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Dutch Asylum Service Nears 1,000 Hours, With Evangelicals’ Support
Continuous worship brings together Christians in the Netherlands across denominational divides.
At President Bush’s Funeral, Michael W. Smith Honors His ‘Friend Forever’
The CCM pioneer used to talk faith with George H. W. Bush and Billy Graham. This year, he performed at both of their memorial services.
Can Christians Drink Alcohol? Here’s What 1,000 Protestant Churchgoers Think
(UPDATED) Most say the Bible doesn’t ban booze, but they abstain anyway.
Judge Releases Over 100 Iraqi Christians Detained by ICE
Chaldeans in Detroit celebrate the coming return of scores of community members facing deportation.
If You Give a Tsunami Survivor a CrayonSubscriber Access Only
Ministries in Sulawesi, Indonesia, engage kids in a crucial first step in trauma healing: play.
Reading The Jesus Storybook Bible in IcelandSubscriber Access Only
In the world’s most bookish country, evangelicals are taking up the ministry of translation.
Gleanings: December 2018Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our December issue).
Brits’ Top Response to Theology Questions? ‘Don’t Know’
Uncertainty and heresy are common in the UK, but evangelicals stand out for fidelity to orthodoxy.
US Missionary Killed by ‘World’s Most Isolated’ Tribe
John Allen Chau returned to the prohibited island even after being shot: “It's worth it to declare Jesus to these people.”
Do Christians Focus Too Much on the Family?
Pew survey finds that a minority of Americans, even within the church, put faith first.
David Jang’s Christian University Charged in $35 Million Fraud Scheme
Manhattan DA’s case involving the former heads of Newsweek and the Christian Post expands to include Olivet University.
Paradise Fire Burned Most Church Buildings, But ‘the Church Is Still Alive’
California pastor opens up about the most difficult sermon of his career—and the prospects for resurrecting ministry from the ashes.
Bulgaria Revises Proposed Restrictions on Church Activity
Update: After considering laws to halt training, foreign funding, and missionary outreach, the European nation eases its approach.
Presbyterian Hostages Freed in Cameroon, But Conflict Carries On
With students safely returned, the church continues to pray for peace.
Kurt Kaiser Passes Away, But His Music Will Pass It On
From Word Music to Baylor University, Christian composer leaves a legacy of hundreds of songs.
Pepperdine Student, Cal Lutheran Grad Among California Shooting Victims
“Our students are resilient, but the burden is great.”
The Uncertain Future of Pro-Life Democrats
Mixed results in the 2018 midterms leave questions on partisan strategy over abortion.
CCDA President Noel Castellanos Resigns
Allegations of hostile leadership at community development ministry came to a head at last week’s Rooted conference.
Do Methodists Have a Case Against Jeff Sessions?
Though the denomination is the least likely in the US to administer church discipline, critical voices have been swirling around its highest-ranking politician.
Pakistan Frees Asia Bibi from Blasphemy Death Sentence
Jailed Christian mother acquitted by Supreme Court after eight years. Violent protests erupt in major cities.
I Was a Comedian First and an Atheist Second
I Was a Comedian First and an Atheist Second
Until God showed me that there’s more to life than making people laugh.
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