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Here’s the Million-Dollar Answer to How Persecuted Christians Persevere
Under Caesar’s Sword researchers release final analysis of 25 countries.
One possible reason is the prevalence of “just war” doctrine, which allows violence only in self-defense. Another is that “Christian tradition and spirituality
How Pastors Perceive Domestic Violence Differently
Most pastors want their churches to be a safe haven, but don’t have a plan to get there.
How Pastors Perceive Domestic Violence Differently. When it comes to domestic violence, Protestant pastors want to be helpful but often don't know where to start.
Counting the Cost: DR Congo Demonstrates Difficulty of Measuring Martyrdom
(UPDATED) How to classify Christian deaths in DRC is crux of persecution debate.
Meanwhile, the country has remained prone to violence, leading Catholic news site Crux to examine it in March as “the new look of Christian martyrdom.” (The death of an Eastern
ISIS Church Bombings Kill Dozens at Palm Sunday Services in Egypt
(UPDATED) Christian leader: ‘During this week of Jesus’ suffering, we will pray to God to give us protection and healing.’
He prayed that God would “convert the hearts of those who spread terror, violence and death, and also the hearts of those who make, and traffic in, weapons,” reports the Associated
Kidnapped Samaritan’s Purse Workers Freed Amid South Sudan Famine
(UPDATED) Eight staff members found safe and relocated.
Samaritan's Purse was forced to evacuate most personnel from the country two weeks ago due to violence, and “calls on all parties to stop hostilities and allow immediate full access to
Open Your Home to the Homeless, Even When It Makes You Uncomfortable
Welcoming the stranger carries real risks. But hospitality is a New Testament expectation.
to what one researcher called “mean world syndrome.” As Scott Bader-Saye describes in his book Following Jesus in a Culture of Fear, research on television violence has found “not
One-on-One with Dave Choi of Church of the Beloved in Chicago
Dave started the church in 2011 with no people, no resources, no building, nothing.
to be addressed. You can't not talk about race in Chicago. You can't not talk about some of the violence that's going on in our cities. There are certain
Courts Split on US Christians Caught Up in Turkey's Crackdown
Deportation of evangelist David Byle blocked, while pastor Andrew Brunson still imprisoned without evidence.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide attributes the tense climate to “the promotion of Turkish ultra-nationalism” and “the backdrop of mounting terrorist violence,” as the country grows more
Engaging Churches in Caring for Incarcerated Persons and Their Families
Correctional ministry leader calls churches to care for the incarcerated as they do the sick.
would be to stigmatize biblical characters like Joseph, Jeremiah, Paul, and others who were imprisoned, and people like Moses, David, and Peter, whose acts of violence would have
City Reaching: A Conversation with Three Leaders about a Gospel Movement in South Florida
Church United is a partnership of local churches across denominations joining together to transform South Florida.
It was a mass shooting incident. Within 24 hours, Church United had written a response that we posted on our website condemning this horrific act of violence.
Healing Victims of Human Trafficking: A Long, Slow Road to Transformation
When we give our lives to the service of others, THEY will change US.
If she doesn't acquiesce to the demands of the trafficker, the repercussions are unthinkable: extreme violence, homelessness, mental abuse, forced substance abuse, threats to harm
‘Worst Year Yet’: The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Hardest to Be a Christian
Islamic extremism now has a rival, according to 2017 World Watch List.
The annual list examines the pressures faced by Christians in five spheres of life (private, family, community, national, and church), plus levels of religiously motivated violence, in order
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
Modeling the Ministry Success of Jesus
Why do we expect to be welcomed and cheered in our communities?
He was assigned a grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death, though he had done no violence, nor was any deceit in his mouth. (Isaiah 53:5-9).
Meet the Pastor Who Challenged Africa’s Oldest Dictator with Surprising Success
#ThisFlag protest leader Evan Mawarire is back home—and was back in jail until yesterday.
Mawarire was arrested in July and charged with inciting public violence. After thousands rallied to support him and a court tossed the charges, Mawarire and his family fled to America.
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Sasse: Adolescence Is a Gift, but Extended Adolescence Is a Trap
Ben Sasse: Adolescence Is a Gift, but Extended Adolescence Is a Trap
The Nebraska senator wants parents to get serious about shepherding kids into responsible adulthood.
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