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Chinese American Christians Are Becoming More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
The 2020 race brings out generational gaps within the most undecided Asian American demographic.
Trump Becomes the First President Since Eisenhower to Change Faiths in Office
Like many Christians switching churches, he now identifies as nondenominational.
Will $335 Million Peace with Israel Secure Sudan’s Religious Freedom?
Sudanese religious leaders and American human rights experts examine the latest and symbolically powerful Arab normalization agreement with the Jewish state.
Ousted by Party, Former Democrat Holds to Pro-Life Platform in Tennessee
Longtime state legislator and Memphis pastor John DeBerry is now running as an Independent.
Died: Juan Stam, Missionary Who Defended ‘Radical Evangelicalism’
The seminary professor taught Latin American Christians to apply the Bible to social and political contexts.
Died: Luci Swindoll, Who Believed in God’s Grace and Being Herself
Woman of Faith speaker celebrated life of singleness.
Three Evangelical Colleges Cut Tuition Prices
Seattle Pacific, Houghton, and Gordon want prospective students to see Christian liberal arts colleges as an affordable option.
Prayers for Unity in Eastern Washington House Race
Cathy McMorris Rodgers says she wants to bring people together in divisive times.
Falleció José María Silvestri, pastor cuyo ministerio de "grupos de crecimiento" discipuló a la República Argentina
El fundador de la Iglesia Evangélica Misionera de Argentina falleció por COVID-19.
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Health Care Sharing Ministries Fight for Legitimacy Amid Lawsuits
Regulators aim to prevent another Trinity HealthShare scam. But ministries plan to do it themselves.
Turks and Armenians Reconcile in Christ. Can Azeris Join Them?
Confessing the genocide, Turkish evangelicals seek forgiveness on behalf of their nation. With ongoing war in Nagorno-Karabakh, is there a path forward also with Azerbaijan’s believers?
Azerbaijan Evangelicals: Conflict with Armenians Is Not a Religious War
Young but growing community of former Muslims says Armenian warnings about genocide in Nagorno-Karabakh hurt the spread of the gospel.
Democratic Candidate Says She Has the Faith to Turn Western Michigan Blue
Hillary Scholten hopes to flip a House seat with appeals to deep Dutch Reformed roots.
The Most Diverse Small Town in America Mourns Refugee Cuts
The election could determine the future of resettlement ministries in Clarkston, Georgia.
Died: Thomas Howard, Author Who Said ‘Evangelical Is Not Enough’
In spiritual memoirs, son of prominent Christian family wrote about finding the fullness of his childhood faith in the Catholic church.
Harvest Settles Multimillion-Dollar Agreement with James MacDonald
In Christian arbitration, the preacher was granted $1.45 million and the rights to Walk in the Word.
White Evangelicals Are Actually for Trump in 2020, Not Just Against His Opponent
Polls show faithful supporters no longer see the Republican incumbent as the “lesser of two evils.”
Fewer Southern Baptists Call Themselves ‘Southern Baptist’
SBC president J. D. Greear explains the uptick in an alternative name: Great Commission Baptists.
Former Liberty Athletics Official Wrestles for Virginia Congressional Seat
Bob Good rallies pastors and fellow Trump supporters with what he calls “biblical conservatism.”
Amid COVID-19, Pro-Lifers Push to Avoid Abortive Fetal Cells in Medicine
Despite the ethical challenges, most still concede to using old cell lines in life-saving drugs.

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