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God's Place in Black History
Looking to the past provides direction for the current fight for justice.
Racial Reconciliation Knows No Borders
How I came to see the church’s prophetic work on race as a global issue.
Terrorists Kill Seven Missionaries in Burkina Faso
(UPDATED) One of two kidnapped missionaries finally freed from al-Qaeda affiliate.
What Can the #BlackLivesMatter and Pro-Life Movements Learn from Each Other?
Michelle Higgins, Al Mohler, John Perkins, and other evangelical leaders weigh in.
Weekend Edition: January 15, 2016
A video for your church, ignoring the poor, and more.
InterVarsity, #BlackLivesMatter, Criticism, and Three Suggestions for the Future
What are we to make of the recent InterVarsity comments on #BlackLivesMatter?
What Pope Francis Told the Central African Republic's Evangelical Seminary
Pope discusses 'ecumenism of blood' and assassination attempt on CAR Evangelical Alliance leader.
Protestants Follow Catholics' Lead on Martyr Tourism as Pope Francis Visits Uganda
(UPDATED) A swampy site that draws millions across East Africa symbolizes religious freedom. One day it may prove better than gorillas for the economy.
No More All-White Conference Lineups
#SpeakersofColor share their tips for ensuring diversity.
Burning Black Churches Rekindle Old Fears
(UPDATED) Arson suspected in spate of six St. Louis church fires in nine days.
Subscriber Access Only Was the Samaritan Woman Really an Adulteress?
We know her as sexually immoral. Her community would have known otherwise.
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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.
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.
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