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Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup
With believers unable to communicate, international advocates weigh in on how the Sudanese church—buoyed by recent religious freedom gains—considers the military seizure of power.
Ghana Churches Push Law to Combat Promotion of Homosexuality
Parliament is set to debate a controversial bill that would increase sentences for same-sex relationships and ban advocacy rights groups.
Afghan Muslims Are Asking Questions. These Christians Are Ready to Answer.
From sharing online messages about Jesus to serving in resettlement communities, church leaders approach this missional moment with prayer and patience.
Haiti Gang Threatens to Kill Kidnapped Missionaries over Million Dollar Ransoms
Christian Aid Ministries asks for prayer as families of 16 Americans and one Canadian state, “God has given our loved ones the unique opportunity to live out our Lord’s command to love your enemies.”
Died: Ralph Carmichael, Composer Who Fought for Freedom of Christian Music
Founder of Light Records arranged for Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, and Elvis Presley; scored “The Blob”; developed folk musicals; discovered Andraé Crouch; and believed any style could glorify God.
T4G Conference Will End in 2022
With another cofounder leaving, Together for the Gospel prepares for its final event.
UK Christians Walk 750 Miles to Urge Action on Climate Change
Headed to UN meeting in Glasgow, creation care advocates talk about what churches can do and what they are doing.
Haiti Negotiates with Gang over $1 Million Ransom for Each Kidnapped Missionary
Christian Aid Ministries requests prayer for 17 captive Christians, including five children ages 15 to 8 months.
Suing for Peace: Can Clerics Reconcile Armenia and Azerbaijan Better Than Courts?
One year since the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, a Russian-led reconciliation summit is the first meeting between spiritual leaders since 2017.
After Seminary Shutdowns, Russia Enacts Ministry Training Regulations
New law puts additional requirements on any religious leader who was trained abroad.
Neuf ans et 782 000 mots plus tard, une jeune Américaine termine une Bible écrite à la main
Le projet de Caroline Campbell vise à inciter les chrétiens à étudier les Écritures et à considérer le handicap comme un cadeau pour l’Église.
Ravi Zacharias’s Daughter Steps Down to Launch New Ministry
Exit appears to mark end of internal struggle over RZIM culture review.
Egypt’s President Promotes Religious Choice During Human Rights Rollout
Some Copts cheer Sisi’s stance and new five-year reform strategy, while others focus on absence of attention to problematic ID cards and reconciliation committees.
Vaccine Campaign at Zimbabwe Churches Praises What’s Done in Secret
Christian health workers and pastors navigate stigma at Apostolic, evangelical, and Methodist congregations.
Most Americans Feel Safe Going Back to Church, Pew Reports
Plus, regular attendees trust their pastor’s vaccine advice more than almost any other source.
Ronnie Floyd Resigns from SBC Executive Committee
The EC president and CEO says he “will not and cannot” lead after its vote to waive attorney-client privilege.

Top Story October 28, 2021

Religious Freedom Ambassador Nominee Goes Before Senate
Religious Freedom Ambassador Nominee Goes Before Senate
Rashad Hussain, who would be the first Muslim to hold the position, is seen as a defender of religious minorities including Christians around the world.

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