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With Gossip of the Gospel, the Church Grows in Nepal
Conversions credited to women evangelists sharing the good news one-on-one in conversations.
Israeli Academics Question Archaeological Discoveries
And other news briefs from around the world.
Evangelicals Outgrow Catholics in Central America
“Nondenominational believers” rank close behind.
Mississippi Evangelicals Prepare to Welcome Dobbs Babies
Christians open their arms to the 5,000 children state officials expect to be born now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned.
6 Ways to Parent Your Kids for the New Creation
As Christian caretakers, we view our kids’ schooling in light of eternity.
Let’s Rethink the Evangelical Gender Wars
Maybe the lines of division between egalitarians and complementarians were in the wrong places.
All the World’s Not a Stage
In a culture given to performative virtue, we need reminders that God delights in hidden righteousness.
David Platt: We Take the Gospel to the Nations, as the Nations
The Great Commission strikes at the heart of an Americanized gospel.
The Bible Gives Investors Like Me a New Perspective on Risk
If we believe all that God promises, we won’t always opt for playing it safe.
Ministers in Ukraine Are ‘Ready to Meet God at Any Moment’
Pastors and church leaders who stayed behind serve as if every day might be their last.
With Sports Betting Surge, Churches Should Up the Ante on Addiction Recovery
As the Super Bowl pulls in record wagers, more people are seeking help for problem gambling. Christians can pull lessons from the opioid crisis to help with treatment.
Must Pastors Report Abuse? Some States Aren’t Clear, But the Bible Is
As a pediatrician-turned-pastor, I believe reporting suspected child harm is our civic and Christian duty.
Pentecostal Chaplain Killed in Russian Rocket Attack
Yaroslav Pavenko volunteered to minister to Ukrainian soldiers at 14 after militants killed two of his brothers in the War in Donbas. 
Let There Be Radio: Lebanese Evangelicals Launch FM Station
Persevering amid the world’s biggest economic crisis, BeLight has found an appreciative audience by offering hope and local Arabic worship.
Super Bowl Fans Don’t Need a Linebacker Jesus
Using sports to market Christ has a long history, but Sunday’s iteration might skip the muscles for heart.
Turkish and Syrian Christians Rally Relief After Earthquake Kills 20,000
(UPDATED) As death tolls climb and with churches of all denominations destroyed, local believers race to the frontlines of emergency response.
A Mighty Controversy Is This Lutheran Catechism
The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod resumes distribution of new annotated volume after detractors push back on essays.
Report: 500 Ukrainian Churches and Religious Sites Damaged by Russian Military
One out of three destroyed or looted buildings tallied by Institute for Religious Freedom belong to evangelicals, accused of being “American spies.”
Let My People Come and Go, Karabakh Christians Tell Azerbaijan
As blockade begets an emerging humanitarian crisis, Artsakh’s Armenians receive groundswell of support.
In Kenya, Sign Language Choir Helps Churches Embrace Deaf Culture
Over three decades, the Zion Praise Team has put its faith on display and challenged misconceptions around people with disabilities.

Top Story March 23, 2023

Criminal or Not, Trump’s Case Is a Moral Test for Christians
Criminal or Not, Trump’s Case Is a Moral Test for Christians
The former president’s potential arrest shows that character does matter.

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