Jump directly to the Content

News&Reporting

Former UK Evangelical Leader Charged with Sexual Assault
Former UK Evangelical Leader Charged with Sexual Assault
Retired minister Jonathan Fletcher goes to court following major church investigation.
Evangelical Presbyterians Take on Debate Over Celibate Gay Pastors
Evangelical Presbyterians Take on Debate Over Celibate Gay Pastors
As it brings in churches from mainline and conservative Presbyterian denominations, the EPC feels the tension in compromise.
Christian Billionaire Found Guilty of Massive Wall Street Fraud
Christian Billionaire Found Guilty of Massive Wall Street Fraud
In a case that alluded to the investor’s faith, a federal jury convicted Bill Hwang of market manipulation and defrauding banks.
Republican Party Backs Away from Pro-Life Stance in New Platform
Republican Party Backs Away from Pro-Life Stance in New Platform
Evangelicals oppose Donald Trump’s shift to leave abortion policy up to the states.
Iranian Christians Question Reformist Credentials of New President
Iranian Christians Question Reformist Credentials of New President
Heart surgeon Masoud Pezeshkian takes the helm of the Islamic Republic, having campaigned for ethnic and religious minorities while pledging to reach out to the West.
The Pentecostal Who Shaped Swedish Politics
The Pentecostal Who Shaped Swedish Politics
Lewi Pethrus founded the Christian Democrats, started a still-in-print newspaper, and preached his countercultural values to whomever would listen, explains historian Joel Halldorf.
After Two Elections, France Is Divided. Can Evangelicals Make a Difference?
After Two Elections, France Is Divided. Can Evangelicals Make a Difference?
Though they make up only 1 percent of the population, these believers want their presence to be meaningful.
UK Evangelicals Look Ahead to Potential Changes After Labour Victory
UK Evangelicals Look Ahead to Potential Changes After Labour Victory
Survey finds that evangelical voters are motivated by care for those in need.
Missionaries Have Gone to Thailand for 200 Years. Why Aren’t There More Christians?
Missionaries Have Gone to Thailand for 200 Years. Why Aren’t There More Christians?
The Buddhist nation hosts many Christian conferences, but the faith hasn’t taken root. Five local church leaders discuss why.
After Protests Turn Violent, Kenyan Churches Stand with Gen Z
After Protests Turn Violent, Kenyan Churches Stand with Gen Z
The Sunday after authorities killed people protesting a finance bill, many pastors call for justice.
close