How Discipleship Is Transforming Nairobi, One Woman at a Time
Women in urban East Africa face challenges that are both unique and universal.
Women in urban East Africa face challenges that are both unique and universal. Although women in Africa are hungry for this holistic discipleship, many of them don't have access to it.
How Poetry Might Change the Pro-Life Debate
The moral imagination of literature speaks volumes.
Let us be clear. In the barracoons and along the slave shipping coasts of Africa, for more than twenty generations, it was he who dashed our babies brains out against the rocks.
The Three Myths of Cohabitation
Sociologist Bradford Wilcox reports the surprising results of his new international study on cohabitation and its impact on kids.
When you look internationally at trends, what you see is that there are a number of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, such as South Africa, and Latin America, like Colombia, that now
I’m Not Called to Keep My Kids from Danger
I can’t keep my kids safe. But I can prepare them for a life of faithfulness.
Fifteen years ago, my husband and I did the riskiest thing we could imagine and took a job in the Horn of Africa. Rachel Jones lives in Africa with her husband and three children.
Get Thee to a Swanky Tourist Trap
What missions-oriented evangelicals gain from seeing the richer side of a poorer country.
It was in Kigali, Rwanda—a tiny, landlocked country in East Africa known internally as the “land of a thousand hills.” Externally, however, it's known as the site of a genocide where
Women Speak Up in #SilenceIsNotSpiritual Campaign
Leaders from Lynne Hybels to Jen Hatmaker want evangelical churches to take a more proactive position on behalf of victims.
After having spent several years working with women in conflict zones in the Middle East and Africa, Bauman approaches gender-based violence as both a personal and missional issue
Tampons Are a Justice Issue
While reporting in sub-Saharan Africa, I discovered the 'period problem' and why solutions are tough to come by.
While reporting in sub-Saharan Africa, I discovered the 'period problem' and why solutions are tough to come by. Reporting | Church. Tampons Are a Justice Issue.
How Moving to Kenya Made Me a Less Fearful Parent
Things shifted when I noticed my preschooler handles daily life in Africa better than I do.
How Moving to Kenya Made Me a Less Fearful Parent. Things shifted when I noticed my preschooler handles daily life in Africa better than I do. Dorcas
Sandals Instead of Sponsorships: The Sseko Story
Behind the fair-trade company that’s helping educate women in Uganda.
her eye at Old Navy and Madewell, she opted to pay more for a pair from Sseko Designs, a company that ensures workers a fair wage and supports college-bound women in East Africa
5 Women Every Christian Should Know
From Katharina Luther, who escaped a convent and became a radical reformer, to Amanda Berry Smith, an itinerant minister who was born a slave, these women changed history.
She dreamed of serving as a missionary in Africa, but upon applying to the mission board of the Presbyterian Church, she was told there were no openings for “Negro missionaries” in
Seminary Is Not About Me
What I learned from Bible students in Rwanda.
I had come halfway around the world with a group of photographers to interview Pastor Charles Buregeya Mugisha, founder of Africa New Life Ministries and Africa College of Theology
Ebola and the Clean Water Crisis
How Christian orgs in Africa are shifting from development to emergency relief to help fight the outbreak.
How Christian orgs in Africa are shifting from development to emergency relief to help fight the outbreak. Reporting | Sexuality. Ebola and the Clean Water Crisis.
Why Corruption Is an Urgent Justice Issue
While living abroad, I discovered the corrosive effects of corruption and the suffering it causes.
Today, the outflow of money from Africa through illicit channels is seven times the amount coming in through trade and aid, seriously stymying economic development efforts.
In a time of digital consumption, here’s how the church can lead the way on healthy media fasting.
In a time of digital consumption, here's how the church can lead the way on healthy media fasting. Christina Crook. Image: Africa Studio / Shutterstock. 0; tweet; link; email; print.
When You've Been Wronged
Is forgiveness more important than justice?
In his book No Future Without Forgiveness, Bishop Desmond Tutu writes about the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa.
Our Top 10 Articles of 2016
Readers and editors rank the best posts of the year.
Tampons Are a Justice Issue (Ruth Moon Mari) While reporting in sub-Saharan Africa, I discovered the 'period problem' and why solutions are tough to come by.