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The Afghan Immigration Crisis Is Bigger, Faster, More Traumatic. Are Ministries Ready?
Tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees are coming to the US without special status or government funding for resettlement, putting more responsibility on Christian donors and volunteers.
Dennis Hastert, Once an Evangelical Republican Leader, Settles Sex-Abuse Suit
The Wheaton alumnus allegedly stopped paying his victim.
‘Political Evangelicals’? More Trump Supporters Adopt the Label
Surveys show evangelical identity holding steady over the last presidency, but with more complicated partisan connotations for the church.
Evangelicals Endorse Unprecedented Ecumenical Plea for the Environment
Ahead of a UN climate summit, Catholic, Orthodox, and Anglican leaders jointly promote a “Season of Creation.”
Evangelical Colleges Join Effort to Promote Faith in the Vaccine
A campaign to educate campuses about COVID-19 vaccination shifts from persuading the hesitant to making it easier for the willing.
Died: Marilyn Laszlo, Bible Translator Who Inspired Missionaries to ‘Come By Here’
The passionate storyteller spent nearly a quarter century developing written language and Scripture for a Papua New Guinea village.
Died: David Yonggi Cho, Founder of the World’s Largest Megachurch
The Korean Pentecostal promoted cell groups and gifts of the Holy Spirit for church growth.
RZIM Donors Fight to See If Their Funds Enabled Abuse
A federal judge declined to expedite discovery, but lawyers will ask for 17 years of financial records and hundreds of thousands of documents.
Verdict Nears for Palestinian Accused of Diverting World Vision Funds
Mohammad el-Halabi has refused plea deals that would “pollute” the image of Christian aid organization, lawyer says.
Colorado Christian School Faces Shutdown Threat Over COVID-19 Response
After a recent outbreak, leaders say they’re prioritizing parental decision-making over county protocols on masking and social distancing.
Crusaders No More: What Arab Christians and Muslims Think of Mascot Changes
Evangel and Valparaiso are the latest university sports teams to retire a contested symbol of Christian history.
Les Haïtiens se rassemblent dans des églises endommagées, et des gangs offrent leur aide
Alors que la catastrophe a conduit au report de la rentrée scolaire, retour en arrière sur un dimanche d’après-séisme à Haïti, et perspectives pour la suite.
Max Lucado Diagnosed with an Aortic Aneurysm, Asks for Prayer
“I am under the care of an outstanding medical team, and most of all, I am in the hands of a good God.”
Por que o terrível relatório da ONU sobre mudanças climáticas é dedicado a um cristão evangélico
John Houghton, galês vencedor do Prêmio Nobel, via o pecado como o coração desta crise ecológica.
Why the UN’s Dire Climate Change Report Is Dedicated to an Evangelical Christian
Welsh Nobel Prize-winner John Houghton saw sin at the heart of this ecological crisis.
Comment prier pour Haïti après le nouveau séisme ?
Des responsables chrétiens en Haïti partagent ce qui a changé pour les croyants entre 2010 et aujourd’hui.
Dari TV Host: Afghanistan Will Now See ‘Pure Christianity’
As satellite ministry becomes one of the few ways under the Taliban to reach local believers, SAT-7 Afghan pastor reflects on the gospel impact of the US military withdrawal.
Daniel Darling Fired from NRB After Pro-Vaccine Remarks
The ministry’s former spokesman had appeared in national media explaining why he as a Christian trusts the COVID-19 vaccine.

Top Story September 20, 2021

I Went to Hollywood to Make Music. Now I Make a Joyful Noise to the Lord.
I Went to Hollywood to Make My Own Music. Now I Make a Joyful Noise to the Lord.
How a celebrity vocal coach changed her tune after encountering the truths of Scripture.

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