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Female Pastors Bring Hope to War-Torn Middle East Churches
Syria and Lebanon celebrate the historic ordination of a pair of faithful clergy.
Evangelicals Argue Against US Reducing Refugees to 30,000
Trump administration says Christians in Iraq face genocide; only 18 have been allowed to resettle in America this year.
The Art of the Heart
Half of Pastors Worry Speaking Out on Social Issues Will Offend People
Protestant clergy feel the pressure around addressing LGBT identity and same-sex marriage, but that doesn’t mean they’ll change their message.
Americans Now Have Less Faith in Tech Than Church
Christians hope to address the ethical concerns raised as the country grows more skeptical of Big Tech.
Ghana Pentecostals Come to the Defense of Accused Witches
An old woman was killed when she refused to confess to causing irregular rain. Christians had to speak up.
Iraqi Christians at Odds with World on Kurdish Independence Referendum
Kurds and Christians both want security and autonomy as minorities in Iraq. But one’s dream could dash the other’s.
Bethel Church Survives Redding Carr Fire, But Still Faces Heat
Social media debate on intersection of disaster relief and theology echoes Osteen-Harvey episode.
Does Your Youth Ministry Measure Up?
South Pacific Churches Targeted in Billion-Dollar Cryptocurrency Scam
High-tech con used trusted pastors in Samoa and New Zealand to trick hundreds of congregants into investments that have gone nowhere.
No Matter Where You Are, Religious Freedom Is Getting Worse
A decade of analysis from Pew details what global faith leaders already know: From China to Europe, from the Middle East to the US, persecution is climbing.
Meet the Protestant Exorcists
How fighting the devil became an ecumenical pursuit.
Samoa Bans Kids from Church as Measles Outbreak Kills 63
Advent will be “mellow” on South Pacific island as government restricts public gatherings amid vaccination campaign.
Lukewarm Faith Shrinks as More Say Religion Is ‘Very Important’ or ‘Not at All’
Pew: Of 34 nationalities, Americans have declined the most in connecting belief in God to morality.
Mexican Census: Evangelicals at New High, Catholics at New Low
Thanks to migration, missions, and Pentecostal flair, Protestants now make up a 10th of the population.
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US Puts Scores of Iranian Christians at Risk of Persecution
Denied asylum after a year-long limbo, refugees face return to one of world's top 10 persecutors.
Created for Asylum Seekers, Israel Intends to Deport Thousands
40,000 African migrants—many of whom are Christians fleeing Eritrea or Sudan—considered “infiltrators” in need of urgent deportation.
World Cup Evangelism Has Flourished. What Comes Next?
Hundreds of thousands of Russians have heard the gospel during the month-long soccer tournament. It is just the beginning.

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