New York's New Hope
From inner-city gardens, to fine-art exhibitions, to political activism, street-smart churches are changing the culture of America's largest and most dynamic city.
Activists hope to change North Korea by punishing China's economy.
Threatened by persistent violence, Assyrian Christians in Iraq want to govern themselves.
First Church of Prosperidad
Arlene Sanchez Walsh on the African-style prosperity gospel right in our backyards--in immigrant Latino churches.
Congregation Gets Protesters, Then Cops' Bill
Plus: Methodist locale loses tax exemption over gay ceremony stand, bad grades for Oxford's Christian schools, Dobson nixes Thompson again, and hundreds of other stories from online sources around the world.
The New Refugees
As the U.S. opens to Iraqis and Burmese, refugee ministries must adjust.
When the Stranger Knocks
The influx of immigrants to the U.S. means a new mission field for churches, says World Relief's Jenny Hwang.
Scrambling for Bibles
The world may have moved in next door, but non-English Scriptures remain frustratingly hard to find.