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The Christian Case for Not Giving Up on the World's Most Fragile State
Why World Vision and local Christian leaders remain hopeful about South Sudan.
Subscriber Access Only Racial Reconciliation Begins with You
Let’s break down the barriers that divide us.
Subscriber Access Only Was the Samaritan Woman Really an Adulteress?
We know her as sexually immoral. Her community would have known otherwise.
Died: Menes Abdul Noor, 85, Former Pastor of Middle East’s Largest Evangelical Church
Author/translator of 100 books, Abdul Noor used literacy campaigns and Bible-based preaching to spread the gospel.
Subscriber Access Only The Black Church: A Necessary Refuge
I learned at age five that many US churches are unsafe for black people.
Subscriber Access Only Tough Love for the Black Church
Thabiti Anyabwile, a Reformed pastor in Washington, D.C., offers celebration, critique, and hope for revival.
'I'm Born Again': Sudan Frees Pastors Facing Death Penalty
The good news behind judge's guilty verdict.
Subscriber Access Only Melinda Gates: ‘I’m Living Out My Faith in Action’
One of the wealthiest and most controversial women in the world believes that all lives have equal value. She’s willing to spend $3.6 billion a year to prove her point.
Subscriber Access Only Hope in the Face of Intractable Racism
The church provides two gifts to the conversation on race.
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The Icky Truth about Global Clean Water Campaigns
More people have cell phones than access to toilets and latrines. It’s a global problem that can’t be flushed away.
Burning Black Churches Rekindle Old Fears
(UPDATED) Two cases of arson found so far. Most weeks average five.
Taking the Charleston Shooting Personally
Why Black Americans—and this time, white Americans too—can relate to the Emanuel Nine.
Healing Mission Field PTSD
How trauma counseling helps missionaries and the populations they serve.
Stop Explaining Away Black Christian Forgiveness
The Charleston families did not forgive to express the values of their race, but to be faithful to their God.
Fight Back With God
After Charleston, we stand together in faith.
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Top Story October 8, 2015
Why the ECFA Kicked Out Gospel for Asia
Why Gospel for Asia Got Kicked Out of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability
One of the world’s largest missions agencies denies wrongdoing and vows to improve.
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