Volume 60, Number 2
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Table of Contents
CT visited eight refugee camps to learn how Christians on the front lines would advise American churches to engage the refugee crisis.
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The reason he died a bloody, horrible death.
The activist converted me and my husband to a radical, simple Christian obedience. Why didn't our friends and family follow suit?
If we are in Jesus, we will stay connected to him.
A snapshot of Christian witness in the world (as it appeared in our March issue).
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our March issue).
China has overtaken Mexico as the No. 1 sender of legal immigrants to America.
Orthodox rabbis say Christianity is God’s will. Vatican says don’t formally evangelize Jews.
We don’t have to speak out on every issue.
No other institution contributes to public health like the Body of Christ.
Even knowing the truth of the resurrection, it’s still okay to cry.
The believer's call is never to certainty, but to faith.
Mark Sayers recommends readings that help the church look less like the surrounding culture.
Why rest is at the center of God's design.
A Christian therapist shares lessons from 25 years of counseling survivors.
In Every Issue
My Christian faith got me to and through Hollywood.
We are all 'part of a great and mighty cosmic work of God.'
Responses to our December issue via letters, tweets, and blogs.