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The 13 Persecuted Christians Chosen by the State Department to Share Their Stories with the World
At this week's second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, 30 survivors from 19 countries from all faiths were given a global platform in Washington DC.
One-on-One with Leslie Keegel on Prayer for Sri Lanka
“Our highest priority has been to pray.”
An Unexpected Easter in Sri Lanka
The surprise of this attack is that the Muslim community did not have a history of attacking other faiths in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka’s Christian Refugees Displaced by Retaliation Threats
Pakistani asylum seekers in Negombo fled terrorist attacks in their home country, only to fear retribution for more deadly violence in their place of refuge.
A Local Reflection on Early Days After the Sri Lanka Easter Bombings
A powerful letter from Ivor Poobalan of Colombo Theological Seminary in Sri Lanka, in the aftermath of the bombings.
How Do We Reconcile Easter Beliefs with the Easter Bombings?
A Sri Lankan priest reflects on celebrating the Resurrection amid the tragedy of last week's attacks.
Sri Lankan Sunday School Was ‘Willing to Die for Christ’ on Easter. Half Did.
Amid funerals and fears after ISIS-linked attacks, Christian leaders across the island explain how they are guiding the faithful on mourning and Muslims.
The Easter Attacks Are a Turning Point for Sri Lanka’s Christians
Christianity was once viewed as an expression of colonial power. More recently, it's become countercultural.
Six Biblical Responses to Sri Lanka’s Easter Bombings
Colombo theologian: God gives Christians the freedom to leave the revenge cycle and instead love and bless Muslims.
Easter Suicide Bombings Kill 290 at Sri Lankan Churches and Hotels
(UPDATED) Christians end Holy Week shaken by coordinated attacks at Sunday morning services and brunches on opposite coasts of the island nation.
The World’s Biggest Christmas Tree Hasn’t Helped Sri Lankan Christians
Attacks on minority faiths keep increasing in the majority-Buddhist island nation.
Gleanings: June 2013Subscriber Access Only
Important developments in the church and the world.
Ajith Fernando: On the Anvil of SufferingSubscriber Access Only
Offered his dream job in the United States, Fernando opted to stay in war-torn Sri Lanka, a decision that has made all the difference for the cause of Christ
One in the SpiritSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals look for reconciliation in aftermath of Asia's longest civil war.
Man-Made DisasterSubscriber Access Only
In Sri Lanka, money abounds, but fighting halts tsunami reconstruction.
Soaking in Blood—AgainSubscriber Access Only
Sri Lankan violence costs 1,000 lives. Relief efforts set back.
Banning CompassionSubscriber Access Only
Buddhist radicals seek to curtail Christian witness.
Tsunami ComplicationsSubscriber Access Only
Christians who provide aid held in deep suspicion.
First Waves of ReliefSubscriber Access Only
Muslim-Christian hostilities. Competing for qualified labor. Handling record donations. These are just three obstacles Christian aid groups must navigate.
Bent but Not BrokenSubscriber Access Only
A pummeled church helps bury the dead and bring life to those who remain.
Top Story July 18, 2019
And Now, the Star of the Show....
And Now, the Star of the Show....
How we inadvertently create a cult of personality around our preachers.
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