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Ethiopia’s Evangelical Prime Minister Wins Nobel Peace Prize
Recognized for stewarding a breakthrough peace agreement with Eritrea with a “revivalist” spirit, Abiy Ahmed also helped end a historic church schism among the Orthodox.
Christians Killed on Syria’s Front Lines
While Trump defends US withdrawal, advocates fear “Turkey will complete the work that ISIS tried to do, in eradicating Christians from this region.”
Teacher’s Lawsuit Reflects Evangelical Educators’ Dilemma Over Transgender Pronouns
A fired French instructor says the school board’s policy didn’t allow for compromise.
Jordanian Evangelicals Push for Official Recognition
Government status would help streamline outreach and foreign partnerships—and alleviate some outside concerns about their churches.
Supreme Court Cases Challenge LGBT Rights-Religious Liberty Balancing Act
Legal experts worry that ruling in landmark workplace discrimination cases can’t provide the nuanced exemptions evangelicals have advocated for.
Syrian Christians to US: ‘Don’t Abandon Us Now’
After surviving a civil war and ISIS attacks, the Christian minority fears a Turkish takeover in Kurdish border region.
SBC President: We Failed to Heed Victims’ Voices
At the recent Caring Well conference, J. D. Greear said the denomination mistakenly saw abuse claims as “attacks from adversaries instead of warnings from friends.”
Gordon College Receives Record $75.5 Million Donation
The anonymous gift—the largest for an evangelical liberal arts college—will dramatically increase student aid.
For Catholics and Protestants, Amazon Fires Fan Partisan Flames
Brazilian Christians divided over rainforest blazes and President Jair Bolsonaro’s response.
Judge: U of Iowa Officials Have to Pay for Repeated Discrimination Against Christian Groups
The recent ruling in favor of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship was the second time the court called out inconsistent policies on campus.
Gen Z Evangelicals Still Express Their Faith at School, But Few Others Pay Attention
Teenage “nones” are less likely to notice Bible-reading, prayer, or evangelistic outreach in public schools.
Died: Cain Hope Felder, Scholar Who Lifted Up the Black People in the Bible
His pioneering work showed Scripture is full of racial diversity.
Pastors Don’t Do It For The Money, But Having Enough to Retire Would Be Nice
Bless Your Pastor campaign raises awareness around the financial strains of ministry.
Evangelicals Trust Faith Leaders, Police More Than the General Public
Pew Research found the only leaders that evangelicals are more skeptical of are journalists.
The Prophetic Voice of Hong Kong’s Protesters
The political forces in the region also pose an existential threat to the church.
Missionary Deaths Mark End of Era
Ann Hill and Dan Coker were the vanguard of Churches of Christ missions to Latin America.
Evangelical Advocates Feel the Sting of More Trump Refugee Cuts
It’s the third consecutive year that the administration has reduced resettlement totals to record lows.
Duke-UNC Middle East Studies Center Flagged for Anti-Christian Bias
The Department of Education called out the program for sidelining non-Muslim faiths—but even Christians wonder whether the feds should oversee college curricula.
Is Racial Justice Becoming a Priority for Evangelical Voters?
LifeWay Research measures political support for the issue for the first time.
Honduran Youth Pastor Wins Asylum
Once threatened by gangs, the Central American minister is safe for now, but he says his heart is still with those who are not.
A Sixth-Generation Mormon Meets a Born-Again Christian
A Sixth-Generation Mormon Meets a Born-Again Christian
He asked me how I knew my faith was true. I couldn’t give a compelling answer.
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