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I Laid Down My Islamic Privilege to Preach Jesus Around the World
How a direct descendant of Muhammad met Christ on a crowded Pakistani sidewalk.
After Physician-Assisted Suicide Bill, Canadian Evangelicals Reassess
Christians joined disability advocates and UN experts to oppose amendment, but failed to stop it.
Diplomacy with Iran Requires Biblical Wisdom. The US Has Chosen Foolishness.
“The mouths of fools are their undoing, and their lips are a snare to their very lives.” (Proverbs 18:7)
What Pro-Lifers Can Learn from the Planned Parenthood Apology
In the fight against dehumanization, both progressives and conservatives miss the mark.
ISIS Executes Christian Businessman Kidnapped in Egypt’s Sinai
Family mourn yet celebrate martyrdom of Coptic grandfather who financed the only church in his city, so as to build “a home in heaven.”
Ashes to Ashes: How St. Vincent Churches Keep Hope After Recent Volcanic Eruption
Water and supplies from ministry partners represent the gospel in action during the biggest disaster on the island in a generation.
Died: Ole Anthony, Terror to Televangelists
He dug through prosperity preachers’ trash and pushed a radical Christian community to be more like the first-century church.
Learning From Each Other: What are the Most Significant Gaps in Reaching North America?
Part 1 in a series of articles based upon the Lausanne North American Listening Call.
Reading Is Up During the Pandemic. That’s Good for Christians.
There are spiritual and cultural implications of deep reading.
In a Post-Christian Culture, There’s No Good Way Around Being the ‘Baddies’
If we have to wear the villain label, we can at least wear it with calmness, confidence, and joy.
Crisis Chaplains Return to Minneapolis After Daunte Wright Killing
The spiritual care ministry finds itself responding to more situations of “civil unrest” following recent shootings and police killings.
O God, Whose Blessed Son
Prayer for the week
Weekly Meanderings, 17 April 2021
Our weekly selection of links across the web.
Liberty Sues Jerry Falwell Jr. for $10M Over Sex Scandal
The university alleges the former president manipulated the board to create a “safety net” for himself while anticipating the backlash of his marital scandal and Trump support.
DMX Bared His Sins and Soul to Make His Music a Testimony
How the life and lyrics of the late rapper challenge our notions of sanctification and struggle.
‘Minari’ Recognizes Those Who Have Sacrificed Much. So Can the Church.
The Oscar-nominated film is a homage to those who feel invisible.
The Splintering of the Evangelical Soul
Why we’re coming apart, and how we might come together again.
Refugee Camps Aren’t Always a Safe Haven
We interview two refugees currently waiting for resettlement

Top Story April 19, 2021

Christian Science Gave Me the ‘Principle’ of Christ, but Never Christ Himself
Christian Science Gave Me the ‘Principle’ of Christ, but Never Christ Himself
My journey from a religion of self-salvation to a faith that takes sin seriously.

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