Speaking Out

Pretending to be a Pentecostal Preacher Is Not a Good Way to Interrogate Suspected Terrorists
A Guantanamo Bay report reminds us our desperation has led to dark places.
Buhari: Pastor Andimi’s Faith Should Inspire All Nigerians
President of Nigeria eulogizes Brethren leader executed by Boko Haram, and criticizes terrorist efforts to divide Christians and Muslims in Africa’s most populous state.
3 Ways UK Churches Can Turn Brexit’s Separation into Reintegration
Amid the "great divorce" from Europe, British believers have opportunities to model a better blend of faith and politics—with each other and the global body of Christ.
Is It Faithful to Flee an Epidemic? What Martin Luther Teaches Us About Coronavirus
The German reformer’s pastoral reflection on the plague can guide both medical students like me and Christians in China—and everywhere the Wuhan virus has spread.
No Friend of Tax Collectors
Churches are tax exempt for good reason. Anything else would be disastrous.
Your Church Needs Boomers
How a hyper-focus on “attracting the young” can sideline the aging faithful.
Nous, le un pour cent des chrétiens, présentons nos excuses aux quatre-vingt-dix-neuf autres pour cent de chrétiens
Vous, les 99 %, n'existez pas pour aider les professionnels du ministère à accomplir le Grand Mandat missionnaire. C’est nous qui existons pour vous aider à le faire.
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Megxit and the Church: Harry and Meghan Reflect Our Lost Youth
Britain’s royal family isn’t the only institution struggling to retain and empower the next generation.
Knocking on My Jewish Neighbor's Door
How to move forward in the complicated relationship of African Americans and Jews.
Cambodian Christians’ Government Endorsement Represents a ‘Modern-Day Miracle’
With major gatherings and promises of continued religious freedom protections, evangelists are eager to see the gospel keep spreading in the Buddhist nation.
‘Religion Poisons Everything’
Three things not to say when responding to severe criticisms of Christianity.
A Message to John MacArthur: The Bible Calls Both Men and Women to ‘Go Home’
The California pastor’s recent statement isn’t fundamentally about female preaching.
Paula White-Cain’s Evangelical Support Squad Isn’t as Surprising as It Seems
The movement has a long history of partnerships that transcend doctrinal divides.
Botham Jean’s Brother’s Offer of Forgiveness Went Viral. His Mother’s Calls for Justice Should Too.
Let’s not distort the gospel by elevating one family member’s words over the other.
Don’t Underestimate the Impact of Lowering the US Refugee Ceiling
Why the recent reduction could lead more countries to follow suit—and continue to damage the church's reputation.
The Lost Genius of the American Settlement
There's a reason the culture war is so ferocious.
The Falls Church Anglican Lost Its Historic Building, But Its New Sanctuary Still Feels Like Coming Home
Seeing my family’s church consecrate a space of its own—years after a denominational split and legal fight—reminded me of God’s providence in where he places us.
Why This Asian Presbyterian Can’t Quit the White Pentecostal Church
How I became convinced Christianity is more than ethnicity.
4 Ways Muslims’ Religious Freedom Fight Now Sounds Familiar to Evangelicals
The two faiths have endured similar legal backlash—underscoring the importance of advocating for religious freedom for all.
The Christian Case Against the Orphanage
Children need a stable family, not institutional care.

Top Story February 17, 2020

God Will Not Speak to You Through Skywriting
God Will Not Speak to You Through Skywriting
Our desperate pleas for a clear sign from the heavens may be answered already.

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