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Global Religious Freedom Takes Its Biggest Hit in Over a Decade
Christianity is the biggest religion in the world. It's also still the most restricted.
One-on-One with Pastor Choco DeJesus on ‘Move into More: Limitless Surprises of a Faithful God’
We settle for less because there is a challenge that comes with seeking more.
It’s Not My Daughter’s Job to Teach Me About Women
I’m learning how to rightly respect the opposite sex, not because I had a child but because of ongoing encounters with Christ.
Does Evangelism Jeopardize Authentic Artistic Expression?Subscriber Access Only
What an Old Testament artist tells us about aesthetic vocation.
Mideast Christians See Russia—not the US—as Defender of Their Faith
Perplexed by America on Syria, Russian evangelicals and Middle East Christians debate if Moscow really cares.
Our July/August Issue: Tragedy's Many Angles
When it takes more than one story to tell a story.
New & Noteworthy Fiction
Chosen by Anne Bogel, author of 'I’d Rather Be Reading: The Delights and Dilemmas of the Reading Life' (Baker).
Cover Story: Out of the Flood
Three teens survived a rising river at a Bible camp in Comfort, Texas. Would their faith?
I Grew Up in a Ministry Family—and I Hated ItSubscriber Access Only
But as I poured out my anger on the world, Jesus was waiting to pour out his perfect love.
The ‘Protestant Work Ethic’ Really Does Fight Poverty
How Christian discipleship affects household income.
Heard the One About the Jewish Man, the Roman Demon, and the Gentile Pigs?Subscriber Access Only
Exploring the multiple meanings behind a New Testament “political cartoon.”
Christian Artists: Don’t Leave the Bible BehindSubscriber Access Only
Why a Scriptural imagination is essential to the making and enjoying of art.
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Responses to our May issue.
A Degree of Contention at Christian Schools
Rise of honorary degrees raises concern about misuse of “Dr.” in ministry.
Gleanings: July/August 2018
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our July/August issue).
Don’t Roll Your Eyes at LiesSubscriber Access Only
An excerpt from "In His Image."
You Can’t Have Racial Justice Without a Bloody CrossSubscriber Access Only
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove’s necessary rebuke on race rests on a sadly truncated gospel.
The Day I Fervently Asked Jesus to Come BackSubscriber Access Only
How a friend’s tragic death gave me a new perspective on hope.
Blessed Are the Slow
Scripture reminds us that love—and loving communication—is patient.
Top Story June 21, 2018
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Loving Our Neighbors Knows No Borders—Even Political Ones
Along the way, we may be able to show people Jesus.
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