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The Paradox of Playfulness
Christians can engage in whimsy not because life is easy, but because life is difficult.
Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup
With believers unable to communicate, international advocates weigh in on how the Sudanese church—buoyed by recent religious freedom gains—considers the military seizure of power.
Ghana Churches Push Law to Combat Promotion of Homosexuality
Parliament is set to debate a controversial bill that would increase sentences for same-sex relationships and ban advocacy rights groups.
Afghan Muslims Are Asking Questions. These Christians Are Ready to Answer.
From sharing online messages about Jesus to serving in resettlement communities, church leaders approach this missional moment with prayer and patience.
Haiti Gang Threatens to Kill Kidnapped Missionaries over Million Dollar Ransoms
Christian Aid Ministries asks for prayer as families of 16 Americans and one Canadian state, “God has given our loved ones the unique opportunity to live out our Lord’s command to love your enemies.”
My Dad Taught Me How to Love the Exvangelical
What looks like rebellion might often be pain and despair.
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Email Is Useful, but Texting Is Transforming College Campuses
New research shows that texting is the best method of communication to reach college students. So what stops more schools from using it?
The New Prison Ministry Lies in Bible Education
Religious programs, including evangelical schools, are a major force for good behind bars.
Jesus Loves the Brown Pop-Eyed Atewa Slippery Frog
In Ghana, the church is at the center of a bold new conservation effort.
Empty Pews Are an American Public Health Crisis
Americans are rapidly giving up on church. Our minds and bodies will pay the price.
The Riddle of Church Loneliness
Why were evangelicals as lonesome as everyone else before COVID-19, but less so after?
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2021 Holiday Gift Guide for Book Lovers
Find the perfect gift for each book lover on your Christmas list.
Evangelism Not a Priority in Canadian Churches
Even during crisis of COVID-19, few are finding ways to share their faith, study finds. 
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David French and I Have Our First Argument
Moore and French discuss navigating difficult conversations.
Ten Percent Won’t Work for Everyone
The New Testament suggests that different Christians should give different portions of their income to the Lord.
New & Noteworthy Fiction
Chosen by H. S. Cross, author of “Wilberforce” and “Grievous.”
Rizpah’s Long Lament Ended a Famine—and You May Have Never Heard of It
God often resides most powerfully among the most powerless.
Para Pendeta, Utamakanlah Hadirat Ilahi Daripada Performa
Betapa pekerjaan pelayanan bergantung pada partisipasi kita di dalam Kristus.
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Christ’s Prayers Can Transform Ours
When we look closely at how Jesus’ prayer life is depicted in Luke, we discover how essential prayer is for us.
As Olimpíadas têm tudo a ver com fracasso
O sonho olímpico inspira milhões de pessoas a perseguirem objetivos que nunca alcançarão. Veja por que isso é uma coisa boa.
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Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup
Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup
With believers unable to communicate, international advocates weigh in on how the Sudanese church—buoyed by recent religious freedom gains—considers the military seizure of power.

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