T4G Conference Will End in 2022
With another cofounder leaving, Together for the Gospel prepares for its final event.
Haiti Negotiates with Gang over $1 Million Ransom for Each Kidnapped Missionary
Christian Aid Ministries requests prayer for 17 captive Christians, including five children ages 15 to 8 months.
My Life in Seattle’s Street Gangs Was a Dead-End Street
How God used a stiff prison sentence and a church invitation to rescue me from a downward spiral of guns, drugs, and despair.
What I Learned From Gen Z’s Faithfulness During the Pandemic
Leading InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has given me a chance to see how younger believers model spiritual resilience.
North Park Faculty Vote No Confidence in President Over ‘Toxic Climate’
Board continues to support leadership at the ECC school after concerns come up around recent firings and retention for students of color.
Suing for Peace: Can Clerics Reconcile Armenia and Azerbaijan Better Than Courts?
One year since the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, a Russian-led reconciliation summit is the first meeting between spiritual leaders since 2017.
Empty Pews Are an American Public Health Crisis
Americans are rapidly giving up on church. Our minds and bodies will pay the price.
The Riddle of Church Loneliness
Why were evangelicals as lonesome as everyone else before COVID-19, but less so after?
Ravi Zacharias’s Daughter Steps Down to Launch New Ministry
Exit appears to mark end of internal struggle over RZIM culture review.
Egypt’s President Promotes Religious Choice During Human Rights Rollout
Some Copts cheer Sisi’s stance and new five-year reform strategy, while others focus on absence of attention to problematic ID cards and reconciliation committees.
Vaccine Campaign at Zimbabwe Churches Praises What’s Done in Secret
Christian health workers and pastors navigate stigma at Apostolic, evangelical, and Methodist congregations.
The Costly Gospel That Keeps Christian Pilots Flying to the Ends of the Earth
Q&A with Mission Aviation Fellowship President David Holsten on the challenges of reaching the most isolated villages in the world.
Ronnie Floyd Resigns from SBC Executive Committee
The EC president and CEO says he “will not and cannot” lead after its vote to waive attorney-client privilege.
America’s Oldest Denomination Faces Split Over LGBT Issues
With dozens of congregations already on their way out, the Reformed Church in America anticipates “difficult decisions” at its postponed General Synod this week.
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What Comes After the Purity Culture Reckoning
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Christians Welcome Coup in Guinea
After yet another military overthrow of a democratically elected leader in West Africa, minority evangelicals debate the role of faith in politics.
You Can’t Reach Nonbelievers with ‘Passive Congeniality’
Two experts on intercultural evangelism explore the challenge of sharing Christ in a climate of growing indifference.