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Subscriber Access Only Intercultural Fiesta Fail
'We are all alike!' doesn't fly in a fly-infested hut in El Salvador.
Brazil's Evangelicals Make Voting Bloc Debut
Forced presidential runoff demonstrates the importance of Protestant voters.
Subscriber Access Only Border Crossing
Why Philip Yancey's newest book is debuting in Brazil.
Subscriber Access Only In Jesus' Name
Must Christians pray in public forums using Jesus' name?
Subscriber Access Only Jesus March in Brazil
São Paulo parade highlights more than the gospel.
Higher Goals
Brazilian evangelicals will be ready when nation hosts 2014 World Cup.
Subscriber Access Only 'Something Better Than Revival'
Buenos Aires pastors believe their city of 13 million should have only one church.
Subscriber Access Only Ministry at the Center of Violence
Russ Stendal, held hostage for months by narco-terrorists, now ministers in their midst.
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Power Pentecostalisms
The 'non-Catholic' Latin American church is going full steam ahead—but are we on the right track?
Subscriber Access Only El Salvador's Values Voters
Evangelicals discount portrayal as leftist voting bloc.
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You Say Choice, I Say Murder
Before prolife arguments can reach the undecided American, we have got to look at the language we use.
Subscriber Access Only Always Summer, Never Christmas
Bolivian evangelicals wonder how—and whether—to celebrate the holiday of the Incarnation.
Subscriber Access Only Report Suggests CIA Covered Up Role in Missionary Death
An attack that killed a missionary and her daughter can be traced to a reckless CIA-sponsored drug interception program.
Subscriber Access Only Early Returns Are Mixed
Global evangelicals don't necessarily vote like American evangelicals.
Subscriber Access Only Corporate-Sponsored Terror
Wives of slain missionaries sue Chiquita for complicity in the murders.
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Special Report: Will Success Spoil Cuba’s Revival?
Special Report: Will Success Spoil Cuba’s Revival?
With relaxed travel rules, Cuban leaders wonder whether Americans will dampen their churches’ zeal.
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