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Is Coptic Evangelism in Africa Really on the Rise?
Egyptian church's troubles spill into Libya and Sudan.
A Tale of Two Weddings
Why protesting a drive-by shooting is complicated for Egypt's Christians.
Move Over, Al Jazeera: Arabic Christian TV Also Comes to America
In latest sign of how many Christians have fled the Arab Spring, SAT-7 follows them to the United States.
Identity Politics: Israeli Election Squeezes Arab Christians
Research suggests Christians are downplaying ‘Israeli’ and ‘Palestinian’ labels, but losing ministry opportunities as a result.
Before We Conquer, Have We Tried Love and Prayers?
Remembering the first missionary to Muslims, 700 years after his death.
Christian TV Helps ISIS Survivors
As Myriam, the girl who forgave ISIS, returns to school, Arabic broadcaster finds 'unconventional' way to bring education to other refugees.
Should Christians Join Muslims in Breaking Ramadan’s Daily Fast?
In the Middle East, Christians even host iftars.
Does 1 Huge New Church in Egypt Make Up for Troubles with 24 Small Ones?
Government says worship in hundreds of unregistered churches is allowed. Will neighbors agree?
Spanning the Great Schism Between Evangelical and Orthodox Christians
Efforts to unite Christianity’s branches bear fruit.
Mideast Christians See Russia—not the US—as Defender of Their Faith
Perplexed by America on Syria, Russian evangelicals and Middle East Christians debate if Moscow really cares.
Evangelicals Who Distrust Muslims Likely Don’t Know Muslims
A 2019 survey shows how relationships curb Islamophobia and improve understanding between the two faiths.
Armenian Orthodox Leader: ‘We May Forgive One Day ... But We Will Never Forget.’
Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, on what comes next after US House recognizes Armenians’ “legitimate claim” of genocide.
Senate’s Genocide Vote Not the Only Good News for Armenian Christians
In addition to historic recognition by US lawmakers, this week a new patriarch was finally elected in Istanbul, Turkey.
Old Scars and New Wounds: Christians Comfort Lebanon’s Trauma
One month since the blast, emotional support comes from evangelicals, refugees, children, and other unexpected sources.
Should Christians Join Burkina Faso’s Militias Against Terrorism?
As Mali experiences a coup amid sputtering West African campaign against jihadist threat, Burkinabe citizens join the fight themselves.
Armenians Fight to Hold Ancient Homeland Within Azerbaijan
Is the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict a Christian-Muslim clash, or simply politics?
Symbolic Armenian Church Shelled in Clashes with Azerbaijan
Dome and interior of Ghazanchetsots (Holy Savior) Cathedral in Nagorno-Karabakh suffer damage.
Azerbaijan Evangelicals: Conflict with Armenians Is Not a Religious War
Young but growing community of former Muslims says Armenian warnings about genocide in Nagorno-Karabakh hurt the spread of the gospel.
Foxhole Faith in Nagorno-Karabakh
Armenian and Azerbaijani Christians find comfort in the Scriptures and fervent prayer as the war in the Caucasus takes a dramatic turn.

Top Story March 1, 2021

When Violent Nationalism Backfired for God’s People
When Violent Nationalism Backfired for God’s People
Jesus saw the disastrous end of faith-fueled zealotry and warned against it.

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