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UK Churches’ Outreach to Muslim Migrants Scrutinized After Clapham Attack
UK Churches’ Outreach to Muslim Migrants Scrutinized After Clapham Attack
Evangelical leader: Ministers’ testimonies were never intended to be the “make-or-break” factor in judging asylum applications.
Confusion, Strategy Shifts, Layoffs: What’s Happening at the American Bible Society?
Confusion, Strategy Shifts, Layoffs: What’s Happening at the American Bible Society?
The historic and well-funded organization has seen two years of turmoil: five CEOs, money fumbles, and a pullback from global work. It is searching for a fresh start.
More Evangelicals See Immigrants as a Threat and Economic Drain
More Evangelicals See Immigrants as a Threat and Economic Drain
Survey: Even with growing concerns over the past two years, most still favor immigration reform and say the church has a responsibility to help.
Calvin President Resigns Over Inappropriate Messages
Calvin President Resigns Over Inappropriate Messages
Trustees found Wiebe Boer’s alleged conduct “concerning” and “inconsistent with the high standard and character” the college expects of its leadership.
In Six-Hour Meeting, Park Street Votes to Affirm Current Leadership
In Six-Hour Meeting, Park Street Votes to Affirm Current Leadership
Senior minister Mark Booker asks the historic evangelical congregation to commit to work of repair after “break of trust.”
Petra Means Rock Churches: Jordan Permits First Prayers in 1,400 Years
Petra Means Rock Churches: Jordan Permits First Prayers in 1,400 Years
Religious tourism initiative at ancient city recalls Moab, Byzantium, and Arab tribal Christianity, amid speculation on Paul’s possible first missionary journey.
Amid Catholic Crackdown, Nicaragua Closes 250 Evangelical Ministries
Amid Catholic Crackdown, Nicaragua Closes 250 Evangelical Ministries
Mountain Gateway became the latest Christian ministry to run afoul of the Ortega regime.
Was Carnival Rapture Warning Courageous or Inappropriate? Brazil Debates Eschatology
Was Carnival Rapture Warning Courageous or Inappropriate? Brazil Debates Eschatology
After pop star’s surprise witness ends with a bang, evangelical leaders discuss whether to axe apocalypse talk as ineffective evangelism.
​​Trump on Track to Sweep South Carolina
​​Trump on Track to Sweep South Carolina
Despite some tension within churches over the candidates, evangelicals mostly side with the former president’s track record over their former governor Nikki Haley.
Can ‘Dirty Money’ Do the Lord’s Work? Indonesian Christians Weigh In
Can ‘Dirty Money’ Do the Lord’s Work? Indonesian Christians Weigh In
How churches and ministries in Indonesia navigate accepting—and refunding—donations from corruption and other sources that conflict with biblical ethics.
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