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Lebanon’s Christian Schools Are Full of Muslims—and They Need Help
Lebanon’s Christian Schools Are Full of Muslims—and They Need Help
Devastating deflation means evangelical and Catholic schools can barely pay teachers and keep classes open. Yet it’s cheaper than ever for the global church to support them.
Southern Baptists Elect Ed Litton as New President
Southern Baptists Elect Ed Litton as New President
The Alabama pastor, known for his inclusion of women and work on racial justice, beat out Mike Stone of the Conservative Baptist Network in a runoff.
How to Proclaim the Good News in the Fastest-Shrinking and Fastest-Growing Cities in America
How to Proclaim the Good News in the Fastest-Shrinking and Fastest-Growing Cities in America
Two congregations have lived through change.
The American Mosque: More Suburban, Less Conversion
The American Mosque: More Suburban, Less Conversion
As “mosque planting” and “unmosqued youth” increasingly resemble patterns in the church, evangelical experts reflect on implications for faith and witness.
Southern Baptists Take Sides Ahead of Nashville Meeting
Southern Baptists Take Sides Ahead of Nashville Meeting
A recent call to investigate the Executive Committee over abuse responses is the latest issue up for debate. Opposing factions in the SBC both say its future is at stake.
Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
Will Christians Teaching Abroad Be Able to Go Back to School?
For international schools, the pandemic offered new opportunities for public witness around the world. It also resulted in staff shortages and unpredictable enrollment.
Algeria Returns a Historic Church, But Stops Christian Worship at 20 Others
Algeria Returns a Historic Church, But Stops Christian Worship at 20 Others
One court yields keys to colonial-era worship site, while another issues verdict for prominent pastor facing proselytism charges.
Thanking God for Miracles, Asylum Seekers Enter US
Thanking God for Miracles, Asylum Seekers Enter US
With the end of Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, new needs challenge Christian ministries helping migrants.
Even Pastors Are Pessimistic About the Future of Denominations
Even Pastors Are Pessimistic About the Future of Denominations
As nondenominational identity grows, evangelical pastors are less likely to consider such affiliations vital today and few see their importance holding steady over the next 10 years.
Hillsong Atlanta Launches Sunday Services With Hip Hop and Gospel Worship
Hillsong Atlanta Launches Services With Hip Hop and Gospel Worship
The church’s first African American senior pastor calls for revival in the birthplace of civil rights.
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