An African American Confronts the Klan in Accidental Courtesy
Daryl Davis has a startling method for converting racists: he befriends them.
Dispatch from SXSW: The Liberators and Everybody Wants Some!!
Things change, especially our notions of what is acceptable behavior in a civilized society.
Can Churches Separate Mental Illness and Shame?
Rick Warren confronts one more "last taboo."
Dispatch from the End of the World
Trying to minister amid the ancient Mayan ruins of Palenque.
School Choice Programs Snowball
Forty-one states introduce or pass new programs.
Q & A: Timothy Goeglein on Redemption After Plagiarism
The former aide to President George W. Bush explains ways to think theologically about repentance.
The Messy Business of Clean Water in Africa
Drilling for truth in the Central African Republic.
Persecution Prompts Missions Agency to Transform
Operation Mobilization India transforms itself into a local witness.
Q & A: Ron Paul on Leaving the Episcopal Church, and Whether to Legislate Abortion, Narcotics, & Same-Sex Marriage
The congressman who won the Values Voters Summit straw poll tells CT that he believes marriage is a sacrament but laws cannot change morality.
Twitter Reaches Out to Christian Leaders at Catalyst's 'Be Present' Conference
The company wants to verify prominent pastors as the religious leaders navigate social media challenges.
Growing in the Word
What the Ethiopian Orthodox have learned from the expansion of evangelicals.
The Foot-Washers of Ethiopia
A mysterious disease, misdiagnosed for decades, finds healing in Christian hands.
Magic Words: Ghanaian Churches Confront Fake Pastors
Ghana's church planting boom has left denominations struggling to keep opportunists out of pulpits.
Pushing Back the Desert: Niger's Christians Get Creative for Daily Bread
'Give us this day our daily bread' is both a prayer and a project for Christians living in one of the world's poorest countries.
Tough Calling in Africa
Two doctors who would rather serve where surgical equipment is dated and wards are overflowing.
Egypt's Christians After Mubarak
They were protesting a church attack when the Tahrir Square demonstrations began. Political change likely won't undo deep tensions with Muslims.
Egyptian Christians Join Calls for Reform
Protests enter second week as Mubarak resists ouster.
Southern Sudanese Head to Polls
Vote may lead to freedom from repressive government in Khartoum.
One Olympic athlete's efforts to build relationships between Sudan's Christians and Muslims.
Youth with a Passion
In its first 50 years, YWAM has deployed four million workers in 240 countries. Now it sets its sights on 152 remaining unreached people groups.
Top Story March 29, 2023After Nashville, Moral Numbness Is Our Enemy
Shootings have become normal to the American public. But as Christians, we know better.
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