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On Dying and Reckoning with the Prosperity Gospel
How church historian Kate Bowler's cancer diagnosis brought her face-to-face with the beauty and terror of the popular movement.
Q&A: Ministering to Gang Members Is God’s Work
Why a juvenile justice advocate builds relationships with Chicago’s most vulnerable young men.
The Truth about Suicide
More and more Americans are taking their own lives. How the church can step up.
Visit Those in Prison. Just Remember Jesus May Have Gotten There First.
Very often, people behind bars already have a relationship with God.
Getting a Handle on Boko Haram
What we know, and what we don’t, about Nigeria’s brutal band of Islamists.
Why I’ve Spent Half My Life Helping North Korea
Despite political and military tensions in the region, the director of Christian Friends of Korea is committed to medical ministry.
American Bible Society’s New President Sees a Bible Revolution
Robert Briggs will oversee the launch of a Philadelphia-based Bible history center and continue to foster partnerships to accelerate global translations.
Q+A: Darlene Zschech, the ‘Mama Bear’ of Worship Music
The former Hillsong leader talks about the industry 20 years after ‘Shout to the Lord’
Kenneth Bae: How I Kept the Faith in a North Korean Prison Camp
Why this missionary’s prayer changed from “Send me home, Lord” to “Use me.”
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Prison Was My First Pulpit
Linda Barkman was incarcerated after the man she lived with murdered her toddler. But she turned hardship into ministry.
Nancy Writebol: Ebola Is a Spiritual Battle
The missionary nurse who survived the deadly virus says medicine alone won't cure West Africa.
David Oyelowo: 'Selma Was a Spiritual Endeavor For Me'
We talked to the 'Selma' actor about praying on set, playing an icon as a real human, acting as a calling, and why Christians ought to see the movie.
Healing Mission Field PTSD
How trauma counseling helps missionaries and the populations they serve.
Sherry Turkle: How to Keep Your iPhone from Destroying Your Relationships
The MIT expert weighs in on our worst technology sins.
I Forgave My Teen Daughter’s Killer
The gospel taught me that forgiveness is not a pardon.
The Data Don’t Lie: Couples That Pray Together Actually Do Stay Together
And other key findings from new major research on minority US families.
We Can Stop Modern Slavery—with Churches' Help
Lone "justice freaks" aren't enough. To end exploitation, we need community.
Q+A with Christena Cleveland: 'I Felt for the First Time—I'm Not Alone'
What everyone needs to know about supporting women of color at conferences and in churches.
My Home Has ‘Murder’ in Its Name
How Russell Jeung met Jesus among the Southeast Asian gangs of Oakland.
‘We Have Unreached People Groups Right Here’
An interview with SEND International’s first female head on missions efforts in our own backyard and abroad.

Top Story November 29, 2020

Tigray Crisis Tests Ethiopian Christians Along Tribal Lines
Tigray Crisis Tests Ethiopian Christians Along Tribal Lines
As Abiy’s military closes in on TPLF forces, thousands flee to Sudan.

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