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Christians Fight to Bring Adopted Kids Home from Overseas
The pandemic left families stranded, plans delayed, and some adoptions called off entirely, following a year of historic lows and increased government regulations.
As Violence Escalates in Burkina Faso, Family of Slain Missionary Keeps Serving
Mike Riddering died in the attack that brought about a new era of terrorism in the West African country. Now his relatives are working to bring about revival.
Abortion Regret Isn’t a Myth, Despite New Study
What women may refuse to disclose to researchers at a clinic, they’re confessing in Bible studies decades later.
There’s a New Kind of Pregnancy Center on the BlockSubscriber Access Only
Today’s generation of Christian leaders is making the movement more effective by taking a broader look at community dynamics.
What It’s Like When Your Wife Is ‘Christian Famous’
Hearing from the husbands of some of our favorite authors, teachers, and ministry leaders.
When Prayer Requests Become Viral HashtagsSubscriber Access Only
Online outlets like CaringBridge, GoFundMe, and social media accounts have the power to turn individual medical crises into trending topics.
COVID-19 Forces Hundreds of Bible Study Fellowship Classes Online
From Singapore to Seattle, the traditionally internet-shy ministry has moved 35,000 BSF participants to videoconferencing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
#Blessed: The Ministry of Instagram Inspiration
Morgan Harper Nichols and Ruth Chou Simons are part of a movement to bring beauty, truth, and encouragement to millions scrolling on their phones.
In Pandemic and in Health, I Make This Vow
Engaged Americans are grappling with foiled wedding plans. But Christian couples face unique moral challenges.
How US Churches Cover Millions in Medical DebtSubscriber Access Only
A nonprofit helps even modestly sized congregations take on their neighbors’ unpaid bills.
Jackie Hill Perry After Bethel Controversy: ‘I Don’t Agree With Everyone I Do Ministry With’
Instagram posts spur backlash and lose her spot at an Answers in Genesis event.
Armed Security at Churches Is Becoming a New NormalSubscriber Access Only
Congregations adjust to shifting gun policies and the threat of active shooters.
Dallas Megachurch Puts On Mass Wedding for Dozens of Cohabitating Couples
Pastor’s challenge asks members to honor God in their relationship—that means marry or move out.
Welcome, New Pastor, to Our Empty Church
Congregations and pastoral candidates are adapting the hiring process and getting to know each other online.

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Hashtags Hit Too Close to Home
Hashtags Hit Too Close to Home
Racism in America is a white person's sin issue that can only be resolved by white America.

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