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Living with Bacteria, Dying to Self: My Life with Crohn’s
An ordained scientist reflects on God's grace and his gut biome.
A Visit with Luis Palau, Still on Fire for Christ in the Sunset of Life
Despite terminal lung cancer, the Argentinian-born evangelist remains full of energy and evangelistic passion.
Not Worth a Shot: Why Some Christians Refuse Vaccinations on Moral Grounds
The use of fetal cell lines from the 1960s is another sticking point in the vaccine debate.
Learning to Love Modern Day Lepers
As Christian doctors and development workers take on tuberculosis, trust is key to the cure.
Beyond Disease Transmission: Evangelical Missions and the Consequences of Colonialism
It matters how the church enters a mission field.
John Chau, Missions, and Spreading Disease: What Do We Really Know?
An interview with experts.
I Found Hope in My Husband’s Chronic Illness
Disability changed our family. It also brought us closer to these three Christian truths.
Is the Body That ‘Betrayed’ Me Still ‘Very Good’? Subscriber Access Only
What the incarnation affirms about the reality of God's creation.
The Beginning of Dementia Isn’t the End of GraceSubscriber Access Only
How the church can come to the aid of sufferers and their loved ones.
Realizing My Addiction Had Chosen Me Began My Road to RecoverySubscriber Access Only
Framing addiction as a chronic disease gives a broader framework for understanding.
The Best-Dressed Drug DealersSubscriber Access Only
Pharmaceutical companies may be to blame for the current opioid crisis.
When Modern Medicine Becomes a False GodSubscriber Access Only
A doctor reflects on what healthcare can—and can’t—accomplish.
When Prolonging Life Means Prolonging SufferingSubscriber Access Only
A trauma surgeon on when letting go of our loved ones is the most God-honoring thing we can do.
When God Is Strange and AwfulSubscriber Access Only
Victor Lee Austin was living a Song of Songs life. Then he learned what it’s like to become Job.
Pregnant and on Mission in Zika Territory: Should I Stay or Should I Go?Subscriber Access Only
The outbreak hit Honduras during the third trimester of my long-awaited pregnancy.
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Melinda Gates: ‘I’m Living Out My Faith in Action’Subscriber Access Only
One of the wealthiest and most controversial women in the world believes that all lives have equal value. She’s willing to spend $3.6 billion a year to prove her point.
Fighting Ebola for the Sake of the Gospel: The Story of Kent and Amber Brantly
Medical missionaries like Kent and Amber Brantly put hands and feet on the sacrificial love of the gospel.
Trapped Inside My Own Body for 12 Years
Everyone thought I couldn't hear them, but I did.
The Icky Truth about Global Clean Water CampaignsSubscriber Access Only
More people have cell phones than access to toilets and latrines. It’s a global problem that can’t be flushed away.
Morning Roundup 6/15/15
Single Parenthood in the United States; Mainline Decline? Maybe; Man's Blood Saves Two Million Babies
The Most Diverse Movement in History
The Most Diverse Movement in History
Christianity has been a multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic movement since its inception.
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