Politics remain divisive, but churches seek unity in prayer.
- Dec 13,
Senate’s Genocide Vote Not the Only Good News for Armenian Christians
- Dec 11,
Solar Light of the World: Evangelicals Launch Global Clean Energy Campaign
- Dec 9,
Christmas Celebrations Canceled in Iraq After Deaths of 400 Protesters
- Dec 9,
The Bible App’s Most Popular Verse of 2019: ‘Do Not Worry’
- Judea, Suburbia, to the Ends of the EarthSuburban America is a strategic mission field.
- Lies Pastors Believe, Part TwoBefore we look at strategy or plans, let’s first look to Jesus and to what he wants to do in and through us. After all, he led us into ministry, and he can give us the strength and guidance to help us continue, and finish well, no matter how long the journey ahead.(The Exchange)
- Alister McGrath: Both Science and Stories Declare God’s GloryThe Oxford scholar reflects on the interface between faith and science and how narratives draw us toward belief.
- Five Ways We Misunderstand American Religious HistoryFrom religious liberty to religious violence, it helps to get our facts straight.
- All God’s Laws Are Equal. Are Some More Equal Than Others?Why Jesus doesn’t give a straightforward answer to questions about the greatest commandment.
- Carving Out a Niche for Micro-CongregationsA new wave of designer ministries isn’t about attracting people to “big church.”
- What It Means that Jesus Was ‘Without Sin’It is central to our faith that Jesus shared our nature. Does that include its fallenness?
- When the Shepherds Spy on the SheepIn communist East Germany, the church was supposed to be a refuge from the government’s godlike gaze. But the secret police managed to bribe and flatter their way in.