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The Most Diverse Movement in History
Christianity has been a multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic movement since its inception.
David Platt: In a Tiny House on a Remote Mountainside, I Saw the Church as God Designed It
Those who come have very little. But they have everything they need.
The Global Church Starts at My Dinner Table
Why my kids participate in praying for the persecuted church.
Andrew Brunson Expected Persecution. He Didn’t Expect to Feel Abandoned by God.
How the American pastor handled a crisis of faith during his Turkish imprisonment.
What Majority-World Missions Really Looks Like
Christians from the Global South are invigorating international missions. Here's how.
Are Missionary Kids Missionaries?Subscriber Access Only
Families in the field say it's complicated.
Why Christians Have a Knack for Boundary-Crossing FriendshipsSubscriber Access Only
Throughout history, believers have taken risks of love for the sake of the kingdom.
World Vision Helped Evangelicals Become Social Activists—Within Limits
A new history tracks the uneasy alliance between the organization and its core supporters.
The Apostles Never ‘Shared’ the Gospel, and Neither Should WeSubscriber Access Only
Why it’s time to retire our favorite evangelistic phrase.
One-on-One with John Johnson on Global Leadership
“Listening to global voices is important. However, listening to the divine voice is the most important factor in developing a healthy approach to leadership.”
The Church is on the Move
Christianity is and always will be a mobile faith.
Churches Outnumber Pubs in the UK
While the big denominations continue their downfall, certain Pentecostal movements, from black churches to Hillsong, see a surge in attendance.
Why Missions Experts Are Redefining ‘Unreached People Groups’
Fewer than 1 percent of missionaries end up among the world's least-Christian peoples. New categories aim to highlight the areas most desperate for the gospel.
Is Islam Receptive to Religious Freedom?
The short-term outlook appears grim, says scholar Daniel Philpott, but there are grounds for hope.
21 Unremarkable Martyrs and Their Remarkable Gifts to the World
A writer goes in search of the young Coptic Christian men executed on film by ISIS.
Announcing the Launch of the Global Diaspora Institute
The Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College has partnered with the Global Diaspora Network to launch the Institute.
China Tells Christianity To Be More Chinese
Is this a case of government oppression or the Chinese church coming into its own? How to understand “sinicization.”
Allegiance to Scripture, Respect for Culture
Ajith Fernando lays out the essentials of cross-cultural discipleship.
‘I Thought God Loved Only the Hutu’Subscriber Access Only
Tutsi widows and orphans felt betrayed by the church during the genocide. Survivor Denise Uwimana made it her mission to help them heal.
Churches That Play Together Stay Together
Pastors report the congregational gains of letting loose as a body.
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
‘Evangelical’ Isn’t Code for White and Republican
The movement is richer and more diverse than media portrayals suggest.
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