Race in America: Pushing Forward on the Heels of the 'Voiceless'
Co-founder and director of the Voices Project and college pastor at Kilns College
The uprising in Charlotte last month is a reminder that we are in a critical and urgent time. Many people want to push the attention towards the few who use violence as their voice.
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.
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?
A 'Romantic Way to Escape Persecution': Online Matchmaking
Persecution watchdog group hopes romantic connections between Western and Pakistani Christians could lead to asylum. Other persecution groups aren’t so sure.
About 4 million of Pakistan's 200 million citizens are Christians. Due to violence and persecution, the country ranks among the top 10 of hardest places to be a Christian.
Weekend Edition—June 17, 2016
The SBC and Refugees, Ministering in Disaster, Pastor Mistakes, Church Signs, and more!
Tips for helping a loved one after a tragedy, from a Christian disaster expert—Jamie Aten. The senseless act of violence in Orlando is the worse mass shooting on US soil.
The Promised Law: Egypt Authorizes New Churches
(UPDATED) After more than 160 years, restrictions on church building—including requiring Christians to get permission from the country’s president—are finally eased.
Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al Sisi apologized that it was taking so long for the army to rebuild the churches that were damaged or destroyed by the flood of violence in 2013, and