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Russia’s Plan to Ban Jehovah’s Witnesses Puts Evangelicals in a Tight Spot
Group gives Protestants competition for souls, but also an ally on religious freedom.
In areas where the group has already been banned, police cite their criticism of traditional Christianity and Orthodoxy—as well as their objection to military service—as grounds for the
Kidnapped Samaritan’s Purse Workers Freed Amid South Sudan Famine
(UPDATED) Eight staff members found safe and relocated.
A military spokesperson told Reuters today that humanitarian aid was demanded in exchange for the staff members. It's a claim that's easy to believe in a country crippled by famine.
Sudan Frees Czech Missionary Imprisoned for Life
President pardons Petr Jasek, but local ministry partners remain in prison.
He then was accused of entering the country illegally, conspiring against the state, espionage, entering and photographing military areas, inciting violence against the state, provoking
Trump Grants Russell Moore One of His Top 2017 Wishes
President restores Mexico City Policy banning the funding of foreign abortions.
executive orders revoking a trade agreement with Asia known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership and instituting a hiring freeze for federal government posts other than those in the military.
Free Pastor Andrew: Christians Rally for Missionary Jailed in Turkey
American pastor caught up in terrorism sweep by Muslim-majority country he served for more than 20 years.
The Christian group Middle Eastern Concern reports that more than 40,000 people, including opposition party politicians, military personnel, journalists, and teachers, have been
Finally: Killers of Malatya Martyrs Sentenced to Life in Turkish Prison
But Turkish Christians are still 'infuriated.' Here's why.
Most significant in delays was the attempt to explore links between the killings and a larger alleged attempt by the Turkish military to subvert the Justice and Development Party-led
A Splintered Boko Haram Becomes an Even Greater Threat to Christians
The plight of the 218 kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls remains uncertain after a recent split in the world’s deadliest terrorist group.
Outside pressure comes from Nigeria's military, which cracked down on Boko Haram's territory in the northeast after the country elected Muhammadu Buhari as president in 2015.
Weekend Edition—June 3, 2016
British Evangelicalism, A Confession, Military chaplains, church signs and more!
British Evangelicalism, A Confession, Military chaplains, church signs and more! What happens when the military chaplain is shaken by war—Michelle Boorstein.
Israel Accuses World Vision Gaza Staffer of Giving Millions to Hamas
(UPDATED) World Vision halts Gaza operations, but disputes Israel’s accusations of fraud.
funds intended for fisherman instead bought diving suits and boats for Hamas's navy, and money marked for building greenhouses was actually spent on digging military tunnels—while
Where Evangelicals Stand on Transgender Morality
LifeWay Research looks at how Americans feel about changing genders.
As politicians debate restroom access, employment protection, insurance coverage, and military service for transgender people, questions of morality have emerged.
Pro-Life Democrats Struggle with Clinton Challenging Status Quo
Hyde Amendment joins Johnson Amendment in no longer being sacrosanct.
for federal abortion policy and “spawned similar restrictions banning abortion coverage for government employees, Peace Corps volunteers, federal inmates, military personnel, and
World Relief: One Family’s story—Finding New Dreams
The lives of the war-torn are changed with World Relief’s help.
to them as heroes. By the time he was 17, he applied to work as an interpreter for the US military, but was rejected for being too young. A year later, he
Accused MK Counterfeiter Asks To Be Released to YWAM
Son of Uganda missionaries allegedly smuggled $400,000 into US inside child sponsorship pamphlets.
He later married the granddaughter of Idi Amin, a military dictator who ruled Uganda from 1971 to 1979 and is accused of torturing and killing up to 500,000 people.
How Patriotic Church Services Misunderstand the Military
They sing anthems that reverence God and country, but speak little of the lived experiences of veterans.
How Patriotic Church Services Misunderstand the Military. Todd Lovell/ January 7, 2016. How Patriotic Church Services Misunderstand the Military. Image: Jim Lopes / Shutterstock.
Nigerian State Proposes Banning Preaching Without a License
An “obnoxious” bill would require pastors to procure an annual permit and ban playing evangelical tapes and CDs in public.
For more than 30 years, a state in Africa's most populous country essentially ignored a law put in place by its military government that required preachers to get licenses, limited the
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There’s No Crying on Social Media!
There’s No Crying on Social Media!
Young adults are desperate not to let peers see any signs of weakness or failure.
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