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Have Pentecostals Outgrown Their Name?
More than a quarter of the global church falls under new and debated label: “Spirit-empowered Christianity.”
Pastors from Europe Tell North America: Get Ready Now
We talked to pastors from Spain and Italy about their experience, which might be the North American experience in just a few weeks.
Should Your Church Stop Meeting to Slow COVID-19? How 3 Seattle Churches Decided.
A global health expert offers tools for your congregation to respond now.
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A Nigerian Pastor Reflects on Partnering with Christ in Suffering
Christians can find a strange happiness as we grow in our willingness to face persecution.
How is Global Leadership Different? One-on-One with Dr. Rochelle Scheuermann about Global Leadership and Wheaton College’s New M.A.
We are integrated beings which means our faith is not separate from what we do.
When Following God into Dark Places Reveals the Darkness in Your Own Heart
How shepherding others through messy situations brings our own sin and insufficiency to the surface.
Remembering and Praying for Nigerian Christians in the Midst of Persecution
While the world has been consumed by news about Iran, China, and conflicts in other regions, militant and extremist groups in Nigeria have waged a campaign of death and devastation against Christians.
Lessons from the Long-Shot Bid to Bring Christian Liberal-Arts Education to Russia
The Russian-American Christian University had a brief lifespan and a limited enrollment. But the school planted seeds that might flower in the future.
Unleashing the Gift of Evangelism in 2020
What is central to Jesus’ mission for us has become secondary to many Christians.
Christianity’s Influence on World History Is Real but Easily Overstated
Did the teachings of Jesus launch a sweeping revolution in human consciousness? Maybe, but we need better evidence.
Australia Fires Lead to Canceled Mission Trips, Church Climate Change Conversations
Scripture Union evacuates beach teams, Hillsong raises money, and A Rocha explores the biblical response to the blaze.
The Light of the Nations
The visit of the Magi draws our attention to the global nature of the gospel.
Magi’s Gift Under Threat: The Steep Decline of the Frankincense Tree
Used in worship for millennia, the tree’s resin is in dangerous demand due to popularity of essential oils.
Lighting the Way Back HomeSubscriber Access Only
Our ongoing call to offer clarity in confusing times.
Give Us This Day Our Daily Catch
With the oceans no longer teeming with life, scientists and missionaries alike challenge Christians to faithfulness in the face of daunting odds.
In Kolkata as It Is in SuburbiaSubscriber Access Only
How CT can cast a global vision.
Want to Expand Your Global Vision? Read These Books.
8 reading recommendations for a ministry-focused life.
She Arrived as an Overwhelmed Nurse. She Left as the ‘Midwife of Borneo.’
Meet the young British missionary who revolutionized healthcare in a remote territory at the other end of the world.
Will the Largest Diaspora Become a Global Missionary Force?
The globalization of the Indian populace has built bridges for Indian Christians to engage the world at large.

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George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
As a person of peace, “Big Floyd” opened up ministry opportunities in the Third Ward housing projects.

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