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Buddhism Went Mainstream Decades Ago. US Churches Still Aren’t Ready.
Why Christians need to learn about the religion Asian immigrants brought to the US.
Bhutanese Nepali Refugees Turn Their Trials into Zeal for Evangelism
Thousands found Jesus while displaced, which prepared them to plant churches and settle in a new land.
‘Pray for the End of the Dictatorship’: The Cries of Myanmar’s Christians
Pleas to God for unity, justice, and the strength to survive.
A Scottish Farmer Started the World’s First Chinese-Language Magazine
Before he died at age 37, missionary William Milne had produced a publication promoting Christianity, science, and general knowledge.
Should Christians Support Indonesia Criminalizing Cohabitation and Extramarital Sex?
Local leaders weigh in on the Muslim-majority nation’s new penal code and whether governments should legislate morality.
Taiwan’s False Hope for Hong Kongers Disillusions Fleeing Christians
How a church is enduring uncertainty and disappointment as many struggle to find a home.
Amid China’s Rare Protests, Christians Wrestle with Their Role
Chinese church leaders hold differing views on political participation but stress the need for prayer and evangelism 
Indonesian Churches Organize to Aid Earthquake Survivors
After a powerful quake hit the island of Java this week, a network of local Christians raced to help.
Celebrity Funeral Becomes Thailand’s Largest Christian Outreach
Millions of fans in the Buddhist country heard the gospel at actress Tangmo’s memorial service
Self-Proclaimed Messiahs and Other Southeast Asian Heresies
Misconceptions about the Trinity and the exclusivity of Christ prevail.
Amid Myanmar’s Civil War, Unity Emerges
Christians, Buddhists, and Muslims—all from different ethnic backgrounds—are coming together to resist the violent military junta.
China’s ‘Mayflower’ Church Wants to Come to America: ‘This Isn’t Fleeing. This Is Leaving Egypt’
After more than two years in diplomatic limbo in South Korea, Shenzhen Holy Reformed Church is now in Thailand, trying to seek refugee status.
Saving Local Media Outlets Is a Way to Love Your Neighbor
As Good News people, these Christians are fighting to revive community-centered journalism.
‘Ukraine Today, Taiwan Tomorrow’? Island’s Christians Warily Watch and Pray
Few Taiwanese churches are willing to speak out on China-related political issues, surprising believers who left Hong Kong. But all leaders call for peace-seeking.