Lebanon’s Christian Schools Are Full of Muslims—and They Need Help
Devastating deflation means evangelical and Catholic schools can barely pay teachers and keep classes open. Yet it’s cheaper than ever for the global church to support them.
Meet the Conservative Evangelicals Practicing ‘Strategic Hibernation’ in the American Northwest
They might embrace their marginal status, but they don’t plan on staying marginal forever.
Southern Baptists Elect Ed Litton as New President
The Alabama pastor, known for his inclusion of women and work on racial justice, beat out Mike Stone of the Conservative Baptist Network in a runoff.
The American Church Is a Mess. But I’m Still Hopeful.
Attrition rates and leadership failures are only one part of the story.
The State of the Diaspora Church: Part 2
Cross-cultural diffusion of the Gospel through people on the move.
How to Proclaim the Good News in the Fastest-Shrinking and Fastest-Growing Cities in America
As the US census charts a decade of dramatic changes, two congregations have lived it.
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The Pandemic May Be Ending, but the Church’s Fight Is Just Beginning
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A hybrid church is needed to reach, engage, and serve more people.
SBC Polity Gives People in the Pews the Power to Stop Corrupt Leaders
This week at the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting, attendees will ask for change from the top. But regular members also bear responsibility.
The American Mosque: More Suburban, Less Conversion
As “mosque planting” and “unmosqued youth” increasingly resemble patterns in the church, evangelical experts reflect on implications for faith and witness.
Southern Baptists Are at a Fork in the Road
The SBC will be making choices about how we respond to abuse, race, and more at this watershed convention.
Mission Fields in the Northern Hemisphere
Hospitals and housing for senior citizens
Southern Baptists Take Sides Ahead of Nashville Meeting
A recent call to investigate the Executive Committee over abuse responses is the latest issue up for debate. Opposing factions in the SBC both say its future is at stake.
Wheaton College New Endowed Chair of Biblical Evangelism
New faculty position to expand scholarship on biblical evangelism.
Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
For international schools, the pandemic offered new opportunities for public witness around the world. It also resulted in staff shortages and unpredictable enrollment.
For Popular Twitter Seminarian, Sassiness Is a Spiritual Gift
Leah Boyd represents a new generation of women in ministry, bringing a sense of humor and hope to theological debates.
Why I Stopped Calling Parts of the Bible ‘Boring’
Scripture is a door and a feast if you ask the right questions.
Thanking God for Miracles, Asylum Seekers Enter US
With the end of Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, new needs challenge Christian ministries helping migrants.
Jemar Tisby: Three Words Should Guide Our Pursuit of Racial Justice
In his latest book, the “Color of Compromise” author turns from the lessons of history to the proper Christian response.