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Half of Pastors Say the Opioid Epidemic Has Hit Their Church
The demands of addiction can go beyond typical spiritual and physical help offered by congregations.
Why Islamist Terrorists Attacked Christians in the Philippines
The global and local conditions that have provoked this long-running aggression.
God’s Mayor in Guatemala
Fighting cartels, disease, and poverty, Mayor Jeaneth Ordoñez presides over a safe haven in an otherwise violent region.
An Innocent Black Man Forgave the Crooked White Cop Who Framed Him
And that’s good news—but not cause for ignoring larger patterns of injustice.
Hope for America’s Opioid Epidemic Is Grace in a Syringe
Why addiction ministry can include fellowship, the gospel and Narcan.
Pursuing a Christian Idea of Criminal Justice in the Jeff Sessions EraSubscriber Access Only
Prison Fellowship's Craig DeRoche on the attorney general, America's drug policy, and his organization's unlikely partnerships.
Indonesia Executes Drug Smuggler Whose Faith Inspired Hillsong’s Brian HoustonSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Funeral for Andrew Chan, whom Sydney pastor communicated with 'almost every day,' involves his own eulogy.
Border Crisis = Church OpportunitySubscriber Access Only
The international difference a local congregation can make.
Parenting in the Haze of Legalized MarijuanaSubscriber Access Only
What do I tell my kids about pot?
The Secret Lives of Christian Pill AddictsSubscriber Access Only
Addicts shouldn’t have to hide their recovery from the church.
Q&A: Israel Houghton and Galley Molina on 'I'm In Love With a Church Girl'Subscriber Access Only
A worship artist and a reformed drug lord join forces to proclaim grace.
The Hope Dealers of Honduras
Corruption, assassination, sex trafficking, and drug addiction thwart justice in the murder capital of the world.
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Suspected Drug Traffickers Kidnap Pastor in MexicoSubscriber Access Only
Michoacan state church leader abducted during Sunday service.
Pastor at Center of Jamaica Crime Controversy ChargedSubscriber Access Only
Some see Fellowship Tabernacle's Al Miller as hero who ended a drug war. Police say he broke the law.
Ministry at the Center of Violence
Russ Stendal, held hostage for months by narco-terrorists, now ministers in their midst.
On the Border of Misery and Hope
In a season of heightened violence and reduced financial support, Tijuana Christian Mission keeps up the good fight.
Mass Arrest: Christianity and the Deadly Mexico Drug War
Police raid on service shows that churches are no longer neutral observers.
Faith on the Frontera
Drug violence halts church trips to short-term missions mecca.
Report Suggests CIA Covered Up Role in Missionary DeathSubscriber Access Only
An attack that killed a missionary and her daughter can be traced to a reckless CIA-sponsored drug interception program.
Churches Enlist in the War on Drugs

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