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Even in States with Bans, Christian Clinics Continue Post-Abortion Care
Even in States with Bans, Christian Clinics Continue Post-Abortion Care
Some women who travel out of state for the procedure still rely on local pro-life pregnancy centers for support in the aftermath.
The Light Force of God’s Smuggler: Arab Christians Mourn Brother Andrew
The Light Force of God’s Smuggler: Arab Christians Mourn Brother Andrew
Leaders gathered at Middle East evangelical meeting recall his conversations and books that shaped their ministries.
Died: Dan Busby, Accountant Who Set Standards for Ministry Finances
Died: Dan Busby, Accountant Who Set Standards for Ministry Finances
He believed “Christians should set an example of the utmost integrity.”
Died: Brother Andrew, Who Smuggled Bibles into Communist Countries
Died: Brother Andrew, Who Smuggled Bibles into Communist Countries
Founder of Open Doors said he wasn’t an “evangelical stuntman” but a faithful Christian following the leading of the Spirit.
Orphan Forced from Christian Home Highlights Islamic Ban on Adoption
Orphan Forced from Christian Home Highlights Islamic Ban on Adoption
Egypt sees surge in foster care applications, though still insufficient, while Christians denied custody due to sharia law.
Survey: Today’s Evangelicals More Likely to Welcome the Stranger
Survey: Today’s Evangelicals More Likely to Welcome the Stranger
New research shows a marked shift in attitudes about refugees and immigration reform compared to 2015, and experts have a few ideas why.
Multifaith Panel to Evaluate Homeland Security Church Protections
Multifaith Panel to Evaluate Homeland Security Church Protections
Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and Sikh clergy will advise government on funding and other solutions.
Southwestern Seminary President Resigns
Southwestern Seminary President Resigns
The successor to Paige Patterson cites “reputational, legal, and financial realities” as he moves on to an IMB role.
COVID-19 Church Restrictions Justified, New Zealand Court Rules
COVID-19 Church Restrictions Justified, New Zealand Court Rules
Twenty-four pastors and one imam lose argument that the rules designating worship “high risk” violated their religious rights.
Died: Herb Lusk II: ‘Praying Tailback’ Who Gave Up Football for Ministry
Died: Herb Lusk II: ‘Praying Tailback’ Who Gave Up Football for Ministry
First NFL player to kneel and thank Jesus in the end zone said caring for souls and helping people in poverty were more meaningful than fame.
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