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Beyond Remnants: A Snapshot of Vietnam
Vietnam deserves a priority place on our prayer list as we lift our voices as spiritual advocates for the world.
Senate’s Genocide Vote Not the Only Good News for Armenian Christians
In addition to historic recognition by US lawmakers, this week a new patriarch was finally elected in Istanbul, Turkey.
British Evangelicals Brace for Brexit
Politics remain divisive, but churches seek unity in prayer.
Our Favorite New Christian Christmas Albums of the Year
Mix up your holiday listening with releases from Phil Wickham, Audrey Assad, and others.
Lies Pastors Believe, Part Two
Before we look at strategy or plans, let’s first look to Jesus and to what he wants to do in and through us. After all, he led us into ministry, and he can give us the strength and guidance to help us continue, and finish well, no matter how long the journey ahead. 
Observing Advent Makes Me Feel Less Alone
Following the rituals of the church calendar remind me that my life is part of the larger story of God’s creation, redemption, and restoration.
Is the Wisdom of Mary Unique for a Teenager?
Psychology suggests why we shouldn't look down on the faith of the young.
Lies Pastors Believe, Part One
Pastors are called on constantly to help people fix their lives, because pastors minister to people who are broken. But pastors are broken people, too.
How a Denomination Helped Its Churches to Break the 200 Barrier
An interview with Phil Chorlian of the Vineyard Churches.
The Business of Evangelical Book Publishing Is Business
Or is it faith? Or some complex combination of both?
Don’t Remember Reinhard Bonnke for His Crowd Sizes
Focusing on the numbers obscures the German evangelist's real legacy in Africa.
Inspired Questions: A New Approach to Prison Ministry
As we intentionally draw attention to the Scriptures, which reveal Jesus’s power, presence, ministry, words, deeds, miracles, and wisdom, we should also give concerted attention to the very questions the Holy Spirit inspired for us to read and consider. 
Solar Light of the World: Evangelicals Launch Global Clean Energy Campaign
The initiative aims to convert 1 in 5 WEA churches and institutions to renewable power by 2025.
The How and the Why of Writing as a Christian
An experienced editor shows how well-crafted words can help us serve God and neighbor.
Pastors Need Friends Born for Adversity
When beloved congregants turned on me, who could I trust for advice?
Cambodian Christians’ Government Endorsement Represents a ‘Modern-Day Miracle’
With major gatherings and promises of continued religious freedom protections, evangelists are eager to see the gospel keep spreading in the Buddhist nation.
Christianity Today’s 2020 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
What If I‘m Not the ‘Submissive’ Type?
I used to be repulsed by Ephesians 5. Then I learned to see Paul’s instructions through a gospel lens.
Christmas Celebrations Canceled in Iraq After Deaths of 400 Protesters
Amid show of solidarity by Chaldean patriarch, some Iraqi Christians hope to lead nation to Jonah-like repentance.
The Bible App’s Most Popular Verse of 2019: ‘Do Not Worry’
YouVersion users look for comfort the third year in row, while Bible Gateway’s list includes John 3:16 and multiple psalms.
British Evangelicals Brace for Brexit
British Evangelicals Brace for Brexit
Politics remain divisive, but churches seek unity in prayer.
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