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Hope in the Heart of Darkness
With 3.9 million dead and 40,000 raped, Christians work for renewal and healing in Congo's killing fields.
From Rape to Rebuilding
Women persevere in the Congo despite daunting obstacles.
Building a Peace Beyond Understanding
Amid ongoing violence, southern Sudan's Christians model a different kind of hope.
President Disillusions Christians
Nigeria's Touchy Transition
Christians anticipate next president with mix of reservation and fear.
Hunger Isn’t History
The world produces more food than ever. So why do nearly a billion people still not have enough to eat?
Zimbabwe Nightmare
Christians try to negotiate ministry in southern Africa's most failed state.
Abstinence Brings 'Dignity'
Traveling in Africa, First Lady Laura Bush speaks in favor of faith-based HIV prevention.
From Hand Out to Hand Up
Three Arkansas entrepreneurs are helping build Rwanda's largest bank for the poorest of the poor.
Miracle Vote
Churches in the Democratic Republic of the Congo rejoice over first free elections in 46 years.
Saving Witches in Kolwezi
Accused of witchcraft by parents and churches, children in the Democratic Republic of Congo are being rescued by Christian activists.
Gospel Riches
Africa's rapid embrace of prosperity Pentecostalism provokes concern--and hope.
Sweeter Dreams
HIV infections decline in Zimbabwe.
Born Again and Again
'Jesus gives us strength,' says a Congolese pastor.
Banking on Breast Milk
One ministry's unusual approach to saving AIDS orphans in Africa.
Urban Orphans Learn to Farm
At the Lazarus Project, the list of prayer requests is long, but food comes first.

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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