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Fury Over Mission School FeesSubscriber Access Only
Church-run schools in Nigeria made a shift in cost.
Nigerian States Propose Religion Limits as Gunmen Kill 19 at Bible StudySubscriber Access Only
Continued surge in sectarian violence has local governments debating how to stop it.
The Great Baby CommissionSubscriber Access Only
One of Africa’s fastest-growing churches wants to expand by having as many children as possible.
Church Leaders Debate Self-DefenseSubscriber Access Only
Nigerian Christians abandon cheek-turning.
State-Sponsored Pilgrimages Under Review in NigeriaSubscriber Access Only
A third of the country's 90,000 religious pilgrims this year were Christians.
Nigeria Declares Emergency Rule as Christians Debate Amnesty for Boko Haram IslamistsSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Controversial proposal to end terror campaign creates another faultline for Christians in Africa's most-populous nation.
Putting Pastors to Pasture in NigeriaSubscriber Access Only
Churches protest law requiring ministry leaders to resign after age 70 or 20 years.
Private Jets for JesusSubscriber Access Only
Nigeria's Pentecostal preachers say expanding ministries justify their personal planes.
Churches Challenge Nigeria Forcing Pastors to Retire
New law requiring resignation after age 70 or 20 years in pulpit would affect 90 percent of evangelical pastors.
Leah Sharibu Inspires Nigeria’s Christians, Faces Execution by Boko Haram
Beleaguered believers rally behind Dapchi schoolgirl’s example of keeping the faith under pressure.
How a Catholic-Pentecostal Split Could Help Nigeria's Militant IslamistsSubscriber Access Only
United body divides for the first time in 40 years over politics and Islam.

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