Church Life+Ministry

Tim Keller Calls on God’s ‘Providential Oversight’ Amid Treatment for New Tumors
Three years into his pancreatic cancer diagnosis, the New York pastor will undergo immunotherapy again.
How to Preach to Sleeping People
Sometimes there is more to the story than just a bored listener.
Why Broken Friendships Hurt
For believers, both old and new relationships carry an eternal weight and value.
‘Women Talking’ Focuses on Survivors, Not Abusers
The Oscar–nominated film started a conversation that the church can learn from.
4 Incredible Christian Women Who Changed India
How a social reformer, a lawyer, a doctor, and a peacemaker changed the subcontinent.
Hispanic Leaders Don’t Want to Miss This Missional Moment
The Latino population boom has resulted in more passionate, growing churches in the US. Can pastors keep building on the momentum?
Should Messianic Jews Return to Israel from Russia and Ukraine?
Leaders of Russian-speaking followers of Yeshua discuss whether making aliyah is a commandment, a blessing, or a choice.
To Whom Shall We Go? Global South Anglicans Reject Canterbury’s Leadership
Conservative Anglicans’ gathering in April comes after the Church of England’s “disqualifying” decision to bless same-sex marriages.
Beth Moore: When I Was a Stranger in the SBC, Anglicans Welcomed Me
How the acclaimed Bible teacher found a new church home.
The Problem with Christian Book Endorsements
Publishers and authors have played along by pushing celebrity blurbs—but it’s time to rewrite the rules of promotion.
Christian Conservationists Sue to Protect Ghana Forest
Bauxite mining would threaten birds, plants, and clean water.
Jinger Duggar Vuolo ‘Disentangles’ Her Faith After Gothard Upbringing
She says her new book is “not just for me, but it’s also for the victims.”
Lived to Be Forgotten: Dixon E. Hoste, Missionary to China
The successor of Hudson Taylor as leader of the China Inland Mission never sought fame but was remembered for his earnest prayers.
‘Christian America’ Isn’t Dying. It’s Dividing.
The greatest threat to the church today isn’t apostasy—it’s regionalism.
A Revival in America Answered My Prayers for Europe
Look at history! Revivals rarely stay put.
After Pushing for UMC Unity, Former Bishop Joins New Denomination
The Global Methodist Church welcomes Scott Jones, who led Methodists in Texas and had advocated for the “extreme center” and “staying at the table.”
It’s Time to Correct Your Negative Stereotypes About Haiti
What this Jamaican missionary loves about the island—and wishes more Western media and donors knew about it.
For Gen Z, Revival Is Not a Bandwagon
Christian students aren’t afraid to ask questions and continue to seek the “still, small voice” of the Spirit.
Nigerian Christians Explain High Stakes of 2023 Presidential Election
Facing persecution and economic decline, seven leaders share perspectives on a vote that will “make or mar” the future of a religiously divided nation.
As South Korea’s Marriage Rates Decline, Churches Try to Bring Back Romance
But they struggle to promote "I dos" without sidelining single people in their flocks.

Top Story March 28, 2023

Presbyterian School Mourns 6 Dead in Nashville Shooting
Presbyterian School Mourns 6 Dead in Nashville Shooting
Victims include the head of school and the 9-year-old daughter of the church’s lead pastor.

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