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The Hardship Is Plentiful But the Workers Aren’t Few: Evangelicals Unite on Ukraine
The Hardship Is Plentiful But the Workers Aren’t Few
20 European groups join as focus shifts to the internally displaced and their long-term trauma.
Nondenominational Churches Are Adding Millions of Members. Where Are They Coming From?
Nondenominational Churches Are Adding Millions of Members. Where Are They Coming From?
It’s not mainline traditions anymore.
Assemblies of God Ordains Record Number of Women
Assemblies of God Ordains Record Number of Women
There is work to do and some of those God has called to do it are female, Pentecostal leaders say.
Foursquare Abuse Response Ignites Fight over Transparency
Foursquare Abuse Response Ignites Fight over Transparency
An investigation found a “culture of unchecked power” at a Virginia college. Denominational leadership has declined to speak about it publicly.
With an Eye to Mission and Money, More Evangelical Universities Go Green
More Evangelical Universities Go Green
New financing mechanisms reduce the cost of reducing emissions.
When ‘Pro-Life’ Isn’t Enough: Abortion ‘Abolitionists’ Speak Up
When ‘Pro-Life’ Isn’t Enough: Abortion ‘Abolitionists’ Speak Up
Most Christians in the movement disagree with a vocal minority that pushes to criminalize women and opposes legal measures short of outright bans.
Seattle Pacific University Sues Washington State Over LGBT Hiring Investigation
Seattle Pacific University Sues Washington State Over LGBT Hiring Investigation
School claims attorney general is “interfering in the religious decisions of a Christian university.”
Died: Carey Latimore IV, Historian who Held Up Black Christians’ Unshakable Faith
Died: Carey Latimore IV, Historian who Held Up Black Christians’ Faith
He saw African American history as a “window into the essence of the gospel.”
Beyond Pope’s Apology, Indigenous Christians Carve Own Path to Healing
Beyond Pope’s Apology, Indigenous Christians Carve Own Path to Healing
Recovering languages and contextualizing theology help Canada's First Nations communities reconcile faith and culture after residential schools made them "hate the name of Jesus."
Died: Ron Sider, Evangelical Who Pushed for Social Action
Died: Ron Sider, Evangelical Who Pushed for Social Action
Author of “Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger” argued poverty was a moral issue.
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