- Our Beloved Ones Don’t Become Angels When They DieDespite what Chinese religions and pop culture might suggest, they stay human—and that’s a good thing.简体中文繁體中文
- Engaging BuddhismA biweekly series exploring different facets of the religion and how Christians can engage with and minister to Buddhists.
- Jesus Is the Path to Flourishing. Can the Buddha and Confucius Be the Beginning?God’s truth revealed in ancient Chinese philosophies can help in evangelism and apologetics.简体中文繁體中文
- A Thai Christian Artist’s Inspiration for Jesus? The Buddhist Temples He Grew Up InIn a significant departure, Sawai Chinnawong grounds his artistry in his own culture.
- Cambodian Spies Were Watching Me. So Was Someone Else.After escaping the Khmer Rouge with my siblings, I learned who had been protecting me all along.
- Ancient Stone Marks China’s First Encounter with ChristianityWhat the Xi’an stele reveals about the rise and fall of the Nestorian church in the Tang Dynasty.简体中文繁體中文
- Thailand’s New Abortion Law Faces Both Buddhist and Christian OppositionWith abortions now legal up to 20 weeks, the two faiths share common cause but not common effort on the sanctity of life.
- What’s to Blame for Thailand’s Deadliest Mass Killing?Some point to economic, social, and moral problems, but a Thai pastor encourages a deeper look.
- Celebrity Funeral Becomes Thailand’s Largest Christian OutreachMillions of fans in the Buddhist country heard the gospel at actress Tangmo’s memorial service简体中文繁體中文
- Pew: What India’s Christians, Hindus, Muslims and More Think About Religion(UPDATED) Pew surveys 30,000 Indians across 6 faiths and 17 languages and finds support for tolerance yet also segregation.