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More Afghan Muslims Are Questioning Faith. These Christians Are Ready to Answer.
From online messages to ministry in resettlement communities, church leaders approach this missional moment with prayer and patience.
Died: Ralph Carmichael, Composer Who Fought for Freedom of Christian Music
Founder of Light Records arranged for Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, and Elvis Presley; scored “The Blob”; developed folk musicals; discovered Andraé Crouch; and believed any style could glorify God.
Did You Volunteer Just to Feel Good About Yourself?
A former refugee remembers a mentor who served well.
Quick To ListenEpisode 285|47 min
Does God Really Want Missionaries to Risk Their Lives?
Parsing when doing ministry in the midst of danger is selfish v. selfless.
Viral JesusEpisode 14|43 min
Ed Stetzer: Rising Above the Outrage
As one of America’s most sought-after evangelical commentators, Ed Stetzer is calling Christians to a wiser, more redemptive engagement with politics and culture.
T4G Conference Will End in 2022
With another cofounder leaving, Together for the Gospel prepares for its final event.
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?
Who Canceled the Apostle Paul?
Lessons from the first Christian influencer on how to lead when you are hated.
100 Years After Ireland’s Divide, Church Cooperation Is Better Than Ever
Despite historic clashes, Roman Catholic and Protestant leaders have come together during the pandemic around Brexit, the legacy of the Troubles, and other issues that span both sides of the border.
UK Christians Walk 750 Miles to Urge Action on Climate Change
Headed to UN meeting in Glasgow, creation care advocates talk about what churches can do and what they are doing.
I’m a Climate Scientist Because of My Faith—Not in Spite of It
To start conversations on climate change, one author says we should begin with ourselves.
Haiti Negotiates with Gang over $1 Million Ransom for Each Kidnapped Missionary
Christian Aid Ministries requests prayer for 17 captive Christians, including five children ages 15 to 8 months.
Listener Questions on Leaving Church, Purity Culture, Family Tensions, and More
Russell Moore discusses how to think Christianly on difficult topics.
My Life in Seattle’s Street Gangs Was a Dead-End Street
How God used a stiff prison sentence and a church invitation to rescue me from a downward spiral of guns, drugs, and despair.
North Park Faculty Vote No Confidence in President Over ‘Toxic Climate’
Board continues to support leadership at the ECC school after concerns come up around recent firings and retention for students of color.
What I Learned From Gen Z’s Faithfulness During the Pandemic
Leading InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has given me a chance to see how younger believers model spiritual resilience.
One Nation Under Graham (?)
Pakistan Hosts More Afghans than Any Other Country. How Can We Pray for Them?
The country is struggling to love its neighbor amid a surging crisis.
Suing for Peace: Can Clerics Reconcile Armenia and Azerbaijan Better Than Courts?
One year since the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, a Russian-led reconciliation summit is the first meeting between spiritual leaders since 2017.

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My Dad Taught Me How to Love the Exvangelical
My Dad Taught Me How to Love the Exvangelical
What looks like rebellion might often be pain and despair.

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