Missionaries Want to Carry the Gospel to the Ends of the Earth. Not COVID-19.
Southern Baptists become first to require vaccines as agencies navigate health requirements and travel restrictions.
SBC Executive Committee Balks at Directive to Open Up to Abuse Investigation
Leaders are still debating whether to hand over privileged materials as survivors and the majority of their own denomination have requested.
CRC Clashes Over Future of Historic Chinese American Church
Once a hub for Reformed thought and a waystation for immigrants, a New York City congregation finds itself at the center of a property dispute.
We Are All Baptists Now—So Let’s Not Fight Like It
American democracy and democratized Christianity face a similar crisis of disunity.
What’s True About Christian Fiction
“This Present Darkness” and other bestsellers show us the history of evangelicalism—and how it could be different.
Hard-Copy Bibles Aren’t Just Nostalgic
As a seminary professor, I’m requiring the physical book in class. Church should do the same.
The Afghan Immigration Crisis Is Bigger, Faster, More Traumatic. Are Ministries Ready?
Tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees are coming to the US without special status or government funding for resettlement, putting more responsibility on Christian donors and volunteers.
Remembering Rubén Proietti, Unifier of Latin America’s Churches
Respected leader with ACIERA, CONELA, and the Luis Palau Association is the latest of hundreds of pastors in Argentina to die from COVID-19.
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Beware False Teachers with Good Doctrine and Bad Ethics
Poor leaders proclaim Christ in word but deny him with their lives. Here’s what we can learn from their failures.
Evangelicals Endorse Unprecedented Ecumenical Plea for the Environment
Ahead of a UN climate summit, Catholic, Orthodox, and Anglican leaders jointly promote a “Season of Creation.”
Died: Marilyn Laszlo, Bible Translator Who Inspired Missionaries to ‘Come By Here’
The passionate storyteller spent nearly a quarter century developing written language and Scripture for a Papua New Guinea village.
Died: David Yonggi Cho, Founder of the World’s Largest Megachurch
The Korean Pentecostal promoted cell groups and gifts of the Holy Spirit for church growth.
Christian Marriage Demands that We Study Our Desires, Not Hide Them
Being faithful to a spouse requires living in community, seeking God daily, and learning from our celibate brothers and sisters.
RZIM Donors Fight to See If Their Funds Enabled Abuse
A federal judge declined to expedite discovery, but lawyers will ask for 17 years of financial records and hundreds of thousands of documents.
Good Riddance to the Robert E. Lee Statue
The Civil War pitted principles against community. A Christian vision ties them together again.
Max Lucado Diagnosed with an Aortic Aneurysm, Asks for Prayer
“I am under the care of an outstanding medical team, and most of all, I am in the hands of a good God.”
Native Christians: Indigenous Bible Version Is ‘Made By Us For Us’
The recently released New Testament translation adopts Native American descriptors for God—the Creator and Great Spirit.