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A New Role for Women in Southern Baptist AgencySubscriber Access Only
Trillia Newbell talks gender, race, and her appointment to the ERLC.
La misionera pionera Elisabeth Elliot camina por los portales del esplendor
Los libros de la viuda del mártir Jim Elliot eran un elemento básico en los hogares evangélicos.
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InterVarsity Asks Staff to Choose a Stance on Sexuality
Campus ministry's push for theological consistency prompts painful backlash.
Refugee Ban Forces World Relief to Lay Off 140 Staff
The evangelical resettlement agency announced it will close five locations.
D. James Kennedy Ministries Sues SPLC over Hate Map
Coral Ridge broadcaster is first Christian group to take Southern Poverty Law Center to court over ‘anti-LGBT’ label.
Died: Michael Cromartie, the Church’s Ambassador to Washington
The late DC leader is remembered for his integrity, friendship, and bridge-building between Christians and the media.
Prayer Vigil Buried by Sierra Leone Mudslide That Killed 1,000
Freetown churches grapple with tragedy in capital city.
Researchers: Faith Helps Mass Shooting Survivors
Psychologists find support from community and trust in God make a measurable impact.
Why Japan Wants Its Past Persecution of Christians to Be World Renowned
A dozen “hidden Christian” sites on verge of gaining UNESCO World Heritage status.
Terrorists in Burkina Faso Execute Six at Pentecostal Church
(UPDATED) Assemblies of God pastor preferred to “die for his faith rather than leave the village” he served for decades.
Are We Putting Too Much Faith in Video?Subscriber Access Only
What you see isn't all you get.
Ralph Winter’s Missions Campus Sold
Update: Pasadena property of former US Center for World Mission will become an international boarding school.
Indonesian Churches Pray for Thousands Dead and Missing After Tsunami
(UPDATED) Some village churches moved a kilometer in resulting mudslides.
Died: Focus on the Family’s H. B. London, Who Inspired Pastor Appreciation
The popular “Pastor to Pastors” host passed away at 81 due to cancer.
Southern Baptists Torn Between Bold Abuse Reforms and Caution
President J. D. Greear wants 10 churches investigated; Executive Committee subgroup wants only 3. But both agree on Sovereign Grace.
Longtime Liberty Prof Karen Swallow Prior Leaving for Southeastern
The author and English instructor will become the first research professor and one of the only female faculty members at the Southern Baptist college.
Sorority Syndrome: Girls Gone MeanSubscriber Access Only
If we're not careful, big groups breed shallow friendships.
The Divine Rise of Multilevel MarketingSubscriber Access Only
Behind the $34 billion industry making its way to your church.
Farewell, Jesus Junk? Christian Retail Finds a Deeper PurposeSubscriber Access Only
With the closing of Family Christian, stores focus on curation and community involvement.
Too Soon for Perry Noble's Second Chance at Church?
NewSpring says its founder, who was fired last year, still isn't qualified to pastor.
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Amid increasing polarization and shifting church trends, the black church continues to speak out on matters of justice.
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