Reconcilable DifferencesSubscriber Access Only
Fifteen years after genocide, Rwanda is showing signs of healing.
More Aid Groups at Risk in SudanSubscriber Access Only
President al-Bashir issues public call to 'Sudanize' relief work.
Violence Smothers Jos in SmokeSubscriber Access Only
Peace eludes us.
Re-Imagining RealitySubscriber Access Only
Artist Makoto Fujimura launched the International Arts Movement to 're-humanize the world.'
Crackup of Anglican Communion at Hand, Evangelical Bishops SaySubscriber Access Only
Gloomy assessment comes from two leading Anglicans at Lambeth.
Resolved to DisciplineSubscriber Access Only
Southern Baptists repent of inflated membership numbers.
Unapologetic ApologistSubscriber Access Only
Jay Smith confronts Muslim fundamentalists with fundamentalist fervor.
A Eucharistic PresenceSubscriber Access Only
How South African churches are acting like Jesus.
Siege from Within: Day and Night in JohannesburgSubscriber Access Only
South Africa is not an easy place to minister, despite the apparent normalcy.
A Refugee's Quiet DignitySubscriber Access Only
A Zimbabwean pastor waits warily after South Africa's riots.
Rebooting PEACESubscriber Access Only
Rick Warren adds reconciliation to an already ambitious mission strategy.
American Bible Society Seeks RevelationsSubscriber Access Only
Organization distances itself from a consultant with porn ties—and the president who hired him.
In Ukraine's Capital, Mayoral Campaigns Offer Hugs and SermonsSubscriber Access Only
Looking for votes among Kyiv's skeptical evangelicals.
Myanmar Aid Crisis Triggers More Deaths, DiseaseSubscriber Access Only
Groups still unable to deliver food, medicine. Death toll may top 128,000.
Methodist Restructuring May Empower Non-U.S. Churches — Or Silence ThemSubscriber Access Only
With 3 of 10 delegates from abroad, general conference will consider creating an Americans-only body.
Forty Days for RwandaSubscriber Access Only
Rick Warren, Kagame open Purpose Driven campaign.
Egypt's Identity ImpasseSubscriber Access Only
Former Muslims seek to change their government-issued cards as outreach gains ground.
A Kinder, Gentler Shari'ah?Subscriber Access Only
Muslim states continue pressuring Christians.
Post-Mayhem WoesSubscriber Access Only
Tribal rivalries — including Christian-on-Christian violence — hamper healing.
Jesus in TurkeySubscriber Access Only
After 550 years of decline, a bloodied church is being reborn.
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Preemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney says despite the Turkey deal, “This crisis shows no sign of letting up, and we can’t either.”
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