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Fraud: New Era's Bennett to Prison, Part 2
How could a little-known Christian business executive defraud charities of $354 million while claiming to do God's work?
Gordon-Conwell Grad Nominated to Complete Administration's Religious Liberty Team
Hanford pledges to bring a balanced approach and a passion for religious freedom.
From Lay Pastor to President
Macedonia's Boris Trajkovski uses both compassion and toughness to defuse a Balkan powder keg
Korea: Helping Refugees Run Roadblocks
"No nation wants North Koreans, but Christians rally to their cause"
North Korea: Christians on the frontlines help refugees escape a nightmare.
Christians among the thousands making their way to China
Conservative Like a Fox
al Thomas hates the liberalism, but tries to love the liberal.
Winking at Corruption No More
Christians help lead a worldwide movement opposing graft.
Arrests of Pastor Signal Religious Freedom Setback
Li Dexian repeatedly detained.
Might for Right?
As presidential primaries get under way, Christian conservatives aim to win.
Bigotry Alleged in Chaplaincy Choice
Three months after controversy began, lots of partisan sniping but still no chaplain vote in U.S. House.
The twelfth of never
Bush administration drastically lowers goals for faith-based initiative.
Rainbow Coalitions
African American, Hispanic pastors lead the charge against gay marriage.
'Violence Gets All of the Attention'
Evangelical Yank activists complain about being upstaged by London bombings.
Billy Does It Again
New York celebrates Graham's enduring importance.
Walking the Talk After Tsunami
In a region known for its hostility to the church, Christian relief work is building bridges with Muslims.
Accidental Outreach
Christian leaders avoid targeting Kurds, but reach them anyway.
What to Do with the Stranger?
Two evangelicals argue for more generous immigration policies.
Anne Graham Lotz: “Nothing God won’t forgive.”
Graham daughter speaks at Bowery Mission in New York City
Alliance Targets Sex Trafficking

Top Story March 1, 2021

‘I’m Following the Cross’: Why Shahbaz Bhatti Died Defending Asia Bibi
‘I’m Following the Cross’: Why Shahbaz Bhatti Died Defending Asia Bibi
Ten years after Pakistan’s highest Christian official was martyred, religious freedom advocates apply his life’s lessons.

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