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Died: Samuel Hugh Moffett, 98, Leading Expert in East Asia ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
Global Christian mission should pivot to Asia's 4.4 billion people, Moffett said.
North Korean Christians Unlikely To Fare Better Under New LeaderSubscriber Access Only
Observers doubt world's worst persecutor of Christians will shift back toward "Jerusalem of the East."
What Robert Park Learned in North KoreaSubscriber Access Only
The activist on why he entered the country & what he hopes for now. An exclusive interview.
The Answered Prayers of Robert ParkSubscriber Access Only
Christian activist imprisoned by North Korea speaks out as Jimmy Carter brings home friend Aijalon Gomes.
The Robert Park PuzzleSubscriber Access Only
Korean-Americans reluctant to discuss arrest and release of missionary who entered North Korea.
Feeding Hope Under a Rogue RegimeSubscriber Access Only
Christian outreach to North Koreans helps to keep millions from starving.
World's Worst PersecutorSubscriber Access Only
Will U.S. diplomatic shift and Graham visit help Christians?
A Century After North Korean Revival, Dreams of an EncoreSubscriber Access Only
At New Jersey gathering, memories and prayers.
Warren's North Korea Trip DelayedSubscriber Access Only
Stadium event still planned for next year.
North Korea, Land of Opportunity?Subscriber Access Only
Missile tests and a planned trip by Rick Warren have put the spotlight on the country's beleaguered Christians.
Nightmares and MiraclesSubscriber Access Only
A good beginning to the long battle for human rights in North Korea.
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Why Black Protestants and Evangelicals Still Preach Politics
Amid increasing polarization and shifting church trends, the black church continues to speak out on matters of justice.
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