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In the French Riviera, Both Arab Immigrants and Their Secular Neighbors Need Jesus
A missionary couple shares the fragrance of Christ in the perfume capital of the world.
The Palestinian Priest Welcoming Syrian and Iraqi Refugees in Jordan
How the church in the Middle East is responding to the refugee crisis.
Praying for Hong Kong Can Be Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Why Chinese diaspora churches remain silent while Christians in Hong Kong take to the streets.
US Pastor Still Detained in India, Awaiting December Trial
Bryan Nerren “always knew the danger” of missions in South Asia but longed to see revival in Nepal.
Split the Cedars of Lebanon: Evangelicals Balance Prayer, Protest, and Politics in Ongoing Uprising
With a prayer tent going up in Beirut square, participants see a “spiritual dimension” to anti-corruption demonstrations.
The Road from Damascus: How a Syrian Christian Spoke at Harvard’s Commencement
From Homs to Harvard Divinity to Fuller Seminary, Tony Amoury Alkhoury trusts God to “bring life out of deadly events.”
When You Are Persecuted in One Place, Flee to Another. But Not to America.
Both US policy and Middle East wisdom discourage suffering Christians from resettling in the West.
The Opportunity of a Lifetime: Reflections on Link Between Prison and Diaspora Ministries
God is raising up a new supply of workers for the harvest in the most unexpected places.
Ethiopians Protest Church Burnings as Ethnic Tensions Rise
After a dramatic October, some say Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed must earn his Nobel Peace Prize.
Armenian Orthodox Leader: ‘We May Forgive One Day ... But We Will Never Forget.’
Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, on what comes next after US House recognizes Armenians’ “legitimate claim” of genocide.
Will US Genocide Resolution Satisfy Armenian Christians?
The Middle East diaspora appreciates the House’s recognition at last. But what they really want is repentance.
11 Places Where Persecuted Christians Need Our Prayers
The International Days of Prayer for the Persecuted Church draw attention to China and other countries where Christian minorities have suffered blows over the past year.
A Rocha Co-Founder, CEO Killed in Crash in South Africa
Miranda Harris and Chris Naylor helped lead the organization’s groundbreaking global efforts to bring together Christian convictions and environmental concerns.
There’s No One Christian View on Turks and Kurds
Middle East believers say the enemies of their enemies are not necessarily their friends.
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.
Israel Supreme Court Ruling Backs Aramean Christian Rights
A decision allowing busing to Hebrew schools calls out the significance of preserving this minority tradition’s unique identity.
Northern Ireland’s Evangelicals Lose on Abortion and Same-Sex Marriage
UK laws imposed overnight after local lawmakers were absent for 1,000 days.
Christians Defend Cultural Heritage in Muslim-Majority CountriesSubscriber Access Only
In areas where minority faiths have carved out a peaceful coexistence, are governments willing to honor the full history also?
Global Outreach Opportunity: Ministry Among International Students
A critical part of the broader diaspora movement of people is international students among us.
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Preemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney says despite the Turkey deal, “This crisis shows no sign of letting up, and we can’t either.”
Knowing God’s Love is Impossible
Knowing God’s Love is Impossible
At least for us. But for God, nothing is impossible.
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