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What Passion Week Means
Because of Christ's darkest week, he can be with us in ours.
Ministering to Teens While They Shelter at Home
Teenagers are at home, activities are shut down, and many of those “lasts” are lost.
Ruth Everhart Reexamines Our Faulty Systems
What is the church’s role in protecting those most vulnerable?
Not Even the Gates of a Hellish Pandemic Will Prevail Over God’s Church
Scripture doesn’t promise wealth or health or even life. What, then, does it promise?
Why Brazil’s Churches Closed, Even Though President Bolsonaro Disagrees
Evangelical leaders explain why heeding public health experts on COVID-19 doesn’t violate their faith but instead demonstrates it.
Christians Debate Paying Tithes to African Churches Closed by Coronavirus
New appeals for digital offerings in Kenya and Rwanda face pushback from congregants sheltering at home and out of work
Will COVID-19 Lead to the Next Great American Awakening?
I think we finally are beginning to realize we need God.
Christian Zionism Isn’t the Caricature of Popular Imagination
It isn’t end-times fascination that explains the enduring bond between evangelicals and Israel.
The Egg Hunt Must Go On? Churches Reconfigure Options for Easter
Socially distant festivities include grab bags, virtual hunts, and coronavirus outreach.
Southwestern Ends Largest Evangelical Archaeology Program
Coronavirus interrupts excavation projects across Israel.
This Holy Week, Linger at the Cross
Explore CT's special issue for the Easter season.
If “We Don’t Go To Church, We Are The Church” Is True, Why Do I Miss Going So Much?
We haven’t ceased to be the church. We’ll never cease to be that. But I miss the gathering.
How Early Christians Handled Their ‘COVID-19’
Those in the early church faced two life-threatening epidemics within its first 200 years.
Joy Comes in the Morning
Joy invades the most sorrowful spaces. It reminds us that beauty and goodness and life can grow even in the most unpromising soil.
Please Don’t Make “How Many Watched Online?” Our New Ministry Metric
While necessary right now and important in the future, we can't close our eyes to the downsides of online church.
Mexico’s Persecuted Protestants Lack Simple Coronavirus Defense
As COVID-19 spreads, dozens of Protestant converts are still denied access to clean water in Catholic-controlled villages in four states.
Arab Christians Have Lost Easter Before. Here’s What They Learned.
Whether COVID-19 or ISIS, believers from Iraq, Syria, and Egypt know “neither plague nor persecution can snuff out the church of Christ.”
Lessons from Moses: Pastor, You Are Not Alone!
Our leaders are seeking endless ways to stave off the fear and anxiety that those under our care are feeling.
To Truly Live, I Needed to Die
If the old me stays alive, I never escape hell. Instead, I live it.
When I Was a Health Risk to Society
My radioactive body brought me shame. But I learned how to bring my fears to the Cross.

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Not Even the Gates of a Hellish Pandemic Will Prevail Over God’s Church
Not Even the Gates of a Hellish Pandemic Will Prevail Over God’s Church
Scripture doesn’t promise wealth or health or even life. What, then, does it promise?

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