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​​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.
Must Christians Accept Money Earned Corruptly or Unethically?
Must Christians Accept Money Earned Corruptly or Unethically?
Indonesia ministries and churches navigate accepting donations from means that conflict with biblical ethics.
Alabama Rules that Frozen Embryos Are Children
Alabama Rules that Frozen Embryos Are Children
The first-of-its kind decision affirms life at its earliest stages but complicates the future of IVF.
Report: Iran Arrested 166 Christians in 2023, Targeting Bible Distributors
Report: Iran Arrested 166 Christians in 2023, Targeting Bible Distributors
Four watchdog groups unite to urge UK parliament to hold Tehran accountable for “faceless victims” of Islamic reeducation and other religious freedom violations.
Park Street Divided: Congregation Asked to End Conflict with a Vote
Park Street Divided: Congregation Asked to End Conflict with a Vote
A clash over leadership at the landmark evangelical church in Boston is testing the strength of democratic governance.
Through Compassion Philippines, Locals Can Now Sponsor Children
Through Compassion Philippines, Locals Can Now Sponsor Children
Following in the footsteps of South Korea, the most-Christian country in Asia opens its own fundraising office.
Southern Baptists to Launch New Org to Oversee Abuse Database
Southern Baptists to Launch New Org to Oversee Abuse Database
After years of holdups, a task force says the work of abuse reform is too much for volunteers alone.
Meet the Iranian Christians Crafting an Evangelical Alliance
Meet the Iranian Christians Crafting an Evangelical Alliance
Introducing 11 of the dozens of diaspora ministries working to unite one of the world’s fastest-growing gospel movements.
Black Americans Who Leave Church Don’t Go Far
Black Americans Who Leave Church Don’t Go Far
How their disaffiliation stands to have a bigger impact on their communities and why leaders are hopeful they’ll come back.
Why Evangelicals Aren’t Afraid of Being Outnumbered by Nones
Why Evangelicals Aren’t Afraid of Being Outnumbered by Nones
Church leaders believe Christ still offers the answers that the religiously unaffiliated are looking for, even if religious baggage is driving them away.
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