Church Life+Ministry

A Requiem for the Twitter I Once Knew
The social media platform has birthed key movements and conversations. Here’s what I’ll miss if it dies or changes form.
Il faut parfois secouer la poussière de ses pieds
Partir est une façon de répondre à la toxicité institutionnelle.
For to Us a Child Is Born...
Daily devotional readings for Advent 2022.
‘Nondenominational’ Is Now the Largest Segment of American Protestants
US Religion Census finds independent congregations have surged in the last decade.
Les 3 craintes de Dallas Willard à propos de la formation spirituelle
Pourrions-nous passer à côté de l’essentiel ?
Samaritan’s Purse Gives Away 200 Millionth Christmas Shoebox
Operation Christmas Child spokeswoman recalls the power of a yo-yo she received in a Ukrainian orphanage.
On the Streets of China, the Cross Shone Bright
Chinese Christian posters boldly proclaimed salvation, freedom, and hope amid a tumultuous political period.
Ukraine’s Prison Fellowship Extended to Russian POWs
Chuck Colson–linked ministry has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.
Wiser than Solomon: Can Evangelicals Lead the Middle East Toward Creation Care?
As Egypt hosts COP27, a few pioneering believers struggle to transform the region most at risk of climate change yet demonstrating the least concern.
Should We Cancel Luther and Calvin?
The Reformers believed in burning heretics. Making sense of that grave mistake means looking first at ourselves.
Interview: The Growing British Concern for Religious Freedom for All
Bishop of Truro continues advocacy after groundbreaking UK government report on the persecution of Christians wins wide acceptance.
Ethiopia-Tigray Peace Agreement Contains Biblical Mandate
Two-year war ends with the African Union’s first test of transitional justice, as believers continue to debate the rights and wrongs of each side.
Without Answers, Long COVID Patients Keep the Faith
The uncertainty of the condition makes it a challenge for sufferers and caretakers.
Pope Francis in Bahrain: A Royal Reminder of Religious ‘Freedom of Choice’
The pontiff esteemed the welcome given to Christian migrants in the Gulf’s island kingdom, while discreetly calling for wider application.
The Forest Underground: How an Australian Missionary Regrew the African Sahel
Evangelical farmer takes his technique from Niger to COP27 in Egypt, pitching a project in which “everything needed, God has already provided.”
Orissa’s Christian Widows Struggle to Survive
Nearly 15 years after a brutal massacre, victims struggle to overcome trauma and poverty.
If You See Something Unjust, Say Something
The new Emmett Till film tells a story of racial apathy that still haunts the church today.
Billy Graham ahora tiene un archivo de última generación
Un nuevo centro de investigación reúne el registro documental completo de la obra de la vida del evangelista para afirmar la continuidad de su relevancia.
중국의 ‘메이플라워’ 교회는 미국으로 가길 원한다: ‘이것은 도피가 아니라 출애굽이다’
한국에서 2년 이상의 외교적 림보를 겪은 후, 선전개혁교회는 현재 태국에 있으며, 난민 지위를 얻기 위해 애쓰고 있다.
The Demise of Jerry Falwell Jr. Makes for Great Media Fodder
But how should Christians be engaging it?

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Amid China’s Rare Protests, Christians Wrestle With Their Role
Amid China’s Rare Protests, Christians Wrestle With Their Role
Chinese church leaders hold differing views on political participation but stress the need for prayer and evangelism 

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