Korean Churches Close for First Time as Coronavirus Cases Hit 2,300
More than 1 million ask government to ban apocalyptic Christian sect linked to half of infections.
Trump’s Praise for Modi on India’s ‘Incredible’ Religious Freedom Doesn’t Match Our Research
The Evangelical Fellowship of India documents 300-plus cases of Christian persecution by Hindu nationalists each year. Muslims have it even worse.
Coronavirus, Christians, and a Christ-Centered Response
How we respond in times when we feel powerless may offer a greater opportunity for growth for us and to witness to others.
Pro-Life Democrats Remind Candidates They Exist
Ahead of the South Carolina primary, religious voters’ push for a “diversity of opinions” on abortion gets little reception from presidential hopefuls.
How to Build Trust in Science Within the Black Church
Q&A: Minister and scholar Cleve Tinsley says conversations should address history of inequality and include representation from black scientists.
Don’t Let Jean Vanier (or Other Heroes) Off the Hook
The rhetoric around fallen leaders often erodes our high call to holiness.
Chinese American Churches on the Frontlines of Coronavirus Vigilance
Attendance has dropped as much as 50 percent this year.
500 of Korea’s 1,000 Coronavirus Cases Tied to Shincheonji Church
(UPDATED) COVID-19 outbreak prompts 750,000 to petition South Korean president to outlaw apocalyptic movement deemed a cult by Christian leaders.
Global Family and the Coronavirus
God is our refuge in times of troubles, and he is our defender, as well as our deliverer.
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Meet the Christian Family Behind Free Burma Rangers
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Baseball, Trashcans, Signs, and Numbers
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Meet the leaders, activists, ministers, and artists who changed the church and the world.
Ex-Christian Post Publisher, Bible College Convicted in $35M Fraud Scheme
The money laundering case left a Christian media network out of business and Olivet University owing $1.25 million.
Want Your Kids to Stay Christian? Double Down on Home Discipleship
Data suggests that what you do with your free time affects your family’s long-term spiritual formation.
Five Years Ago, ISIS Executed 21 Christians on a Beach in Libya
How the Coptic Church responded in the wake of this heinous act of violence—and what believers around the world can learn from the ancient institution today.
It Doesn’t Matter If the Coronavirus Whistleblower Was a Christian
There’s little evidence of the Wuhan doctor's faith. The church has something to learn from his life anyway.