Compassion: 145,000 Children Could Lose Sponsorship by Christmas
Christian charity's largest country, India, no longer lets it transfer money. And now it's run out.
And four months ago, the Indian Supreme Court ruled that the Indian government's response to anti-Christian mob violence that killed 100 and displaced 50,000 Christians in 2008 was
Five Men Sentenced to Death for Burning Christian Couple Alive
Ruling on 2014 incident is rare moment of justice for Pakistani Christians facing blasphemy allegations.
Judge Chaudhry Muhammad Azam imposed a fine of equivalent to US $2,000 to each of the five killers who were convicted of inciting violence and of throwing the couple into the kiln.
Louisville-based ministry shares the love of Jesus with women in the adult entertainment industry
(John 13:4-5, 12-14). (1) Melissa Farley, from “Prostitution and Trafficking in Nine Countries: An Update on Violence and PTSD.” (2) Alegria, M., Vera, M., Freeman, D., Robles, R., Santos
Facts, Faith, and Faces
World Relief hosts free webinar: Leading Your Church Through the Post-Election Environment
who also endured the long process to be approved to come to America, along with many other immigrants coming here, have come seeking safety from persecution, terror, and violence
Why We Keep Ministering in a City Haunted by Violence
Church planter Brian Dye on how the church is helping to heal a troubled Chicago.
Why We Keep Ministering in a City Haunted by Violence. Chicago has been riven with violence this summer, and you live in one of the most violent neighborhoods.
Hacksaw Ridge: The Bloody, True Story of Faith in Action
Mel Gibson’s new film raises questions about religious liberty and moral conviction amidst national turmoil.
Between the in-your-face violence and a structure that draws attention to itself, Hacksaw Ridge reminded me of a Quentin Tarantino film, particularly (in a weird way) the decidedly two
Weekend Edition - October 7, 2016
Refugees, pastor burnout, Evangelicals in exile, and more
But at a time when 65 million people have been displaced by violence, and 20 million of them are classified as refugees — more than half of them children — it is not enough.
Whom Should We Blame for the Violence?
Maybe someone we hadn't even considered.
Whom Should We Blame for the Violence? Maybe someone we hadn't even considered. Mark Galli/ July 19, 2016. Whom Should We Blame for the Violence?