Chinese American Christians Are Becoming More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
The 2020 race brings out generational gaps within the most undecided Asian American demographic.
Generosity During COVID-19
How do we care for the most vulnerable during COVID-19?
Few Churches Back to Pre-COVID Attendance
Churches are re-opening, but not everyone is returning, according to LifeWay Research.
Fighting the Pandemic with Our Hearts and Our Smarts
A development economist and a disaster-relief expert show how to approach COVID-19 as “Shrewd Samaritans.”
Died: Luci Swindoll, Who Believed in God’s Grace and Being Herself
Woman of Faith speaker celebrated life of singleness.
Three Evangelical Colleges Cut Tuition Prices
Seattle Pacific, Houghton, and Gordon want prospective students to see Christian liberal arts colleges as an affordable option.
As a Mixed-Race Christian, I Used to Think Diversity Was Enough
How I came to see the value and beauty of gatherings exclusively for people of color.
Turks and Armenians Reconcile in Christ. Can Azeris Join Them?
Confessing the genocide, Turkish evangelicals seek forgiveness on behalf of their nation. With ongoing war in Nagorno-Karabakh, is there a path forward also with Azerbaijan’s believers?
Azerbaijan Evangelicals: Conflict with Armenians Is Not a Religious War
Young but growing community of former Muslims says Armenian warnings about genocide in Nagorno-Karabakh hurt the spread of the gospel.
Meet the TikTok Generation of Televangelists
These young influencers want to #MakeJesusViral.
Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
How to heal a medical system that abandons the vulnerable.
Who Preaches on Politics? Most Pastors.
Study of 100,000 sermons shows gospel applied to economics, war, welfare, and other current issues.
A New Partnership with Reformed Church in America
A new graduate school cohort with emphasis on ministry leadership, in partnership with Reformed Church of America.
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Robert Romero Amplifies The Brown Church
Crafted by InterVarsity Press with CT Creative Studio
The Most Diverse Small Town in America Mourns Refugee Cuts
The election could determine the future of resettlement ministries in Clarkston, Georgia.
Died: Thomas Howard, Author Who Said ‘Evangelical Is Not Enough’
In spiritual memoirs, son of prominent Christian family wrote about finding the fullness of his childhood faith in the Catholic church.
Swiss Missionary Executed, Fellow Hostages Freed
Beatrice Stockli was kidnapped by Islamist extremists in Timbuktu, Mali, in January 2016.
Harvest Settles Multimillion-Dollar Agreement with James MacDonald
In Christian arbitration, the preacher was granted $1.45 million and the rights to Walk in the Word.