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It Takes a Schoolhouse
How one Mexican pastor is transforming his community.
Undercover Clinic
Planned Parenthood is caught using a new low-visibility tactic.
Desert Deaths
Martyrdoms threaten to displace Christian workers from Yemen.
Go Figure
Get the numbers on scientists who believe in God, volunteers, and Americans who say they are born again.
'Something Better Than Revival'
Buenos Aires pastors believe their city of 13 million should have only one church.
Francis Chan Leaving Cornerstone Church
Indonesia Keeps Blasphemy on the Books
Court rules that 1965 blasphemy law is constitutional.
Angel Food Ministries Shuts Down (Updated)
New Research Reveals Why People Visit Church Websites
More than 17 million non-churchgoers visited church websites in the past year, according to Grey Matter Research.
Why Coptic Converts From Islam See Islamist Government As Blessing In Disguise
Cairo trip reveals new strategies Egyptian Christians are testing to thrive in an increasingly Islamist Egypt.
Religious Parents Do Not Have Right to Circumcise Sons, Says German Court
Court says its decision doesn't impair religious freedom because sons can later choose to be circumcised themselves.
Court Upholds Public School Credit For Religious Classes
South Carolina's "released time" program accommodates religion without endorsing it, say Fourth Circuit judges.
80% of Churchgoers Don't Read Bible Daily, LifeWay Survey Suggests
Transformational Discipleship study reveals low level of "Bible engagement."
Retiring: Ron Sider, Social Justice Pioneer Who Authored One of Top 10 Books That Shaped Evangelicals
Will be replaced at Evangelicals for Social Action by 'consensus model' leadership team.
Two-Thirds of Evangelical Leaders Don't Give Money to Politicians
National Association of Evangelicals surveys whether board members donate to campaigns.
Mojave Memorial Cross: Once Was Lost, Now Is Found?
Infamous stolen cross reappears (most likely) days before replacement is dedicated.

Top Story December 3, 2020

CT Media Presents: God Pops Up in Southeast Asia
CT Media Presents: God Pops Up in Southeast Asia
When the government blocked his Christian radio station, Chanda had to find another way to spread the Good News of Jesus. His answer came on a microchip.

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