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US Commission ‘Outraged’ By Omitted Offenders of Religious Freedom
USCIRF protests Nigeria and India not being included among nations added to State Department’s list of Countries of Particular Concern.
Finding Common Ground in a Big Fish
Christian scholars look for ways to connect with Muslims over the shared story of Jonah.
Ukraine’s Prison Fellowship Extended to Russian POWs
Chuck Colson–linked ministry has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.
Wiser than Solomon: Can Evangelicals Lead the Middle East Toward Creation Care?
As Egypt hosts COP27, a few pioneering believers struggle to transform the region most at risk of climate change yet demonstrating the least concern.
Interview: The Growing British Concern for Religious Freedom for All
Bishop of Truro continues advocacy after groundbreaking UK government report on the persecution of Christians wins wide acceptance.
Ethiopia-Tigray Peace Agreement Contains Biblical Mandate
Two-year war ends with the African Union’s first test of transitional justice, as believers continue to debate the rights and wrongs of each side.
Pope Francis in Bahrain: A Royal Reminder of Religious ‘Freedom of Choice’
The pontiff esteemed the welcome given to Christian migrants in the Gulf’s island kingdom, while discreetly calling for wider application.
The Forest Underground: How an Australian Missionary Regrew the African Sahel
Evangelical farmer takes his technique from Niger to COP27 in Egypt, pitching a project in which “everything needed, God has already provided.”
Christians Say Sayfo Martyrs Should Get Genocide Status
Syriac-Aramean Christians, fewer in number than similarly suffering Armenians, assert their Ottoman-era plight deserves separate recognition.
Evangelical Creation Care Expert Shares Lessons Learned from Global Tour
Around the world, Christians look to scriptural lessons on stewardship to depoliticize environmental issues.
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.
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.
Christian Radio Reacts to Ukraine Restrictions on Russian Language
Slavic broadcasters take different approaches as legal and societal efforts to combat propaganda impact worship and evangelism.
Prayer in Ukraine After Six Months of War
On national independence day, evangelical leaders reflect upon their answered and unanswered petitions to God.
Egypt Church Fire Kills 41, Sparks Blame of Building Law’s Legacy
Reforms have legalized 2,400 Christian structures, yet Abu Seifein represents problems from when construction and repair permits were impossible to obtain.
The Hardship Is Plentiful But the Workers Aren’t Few: Evangelicals Unite on Ukraine
20 European groups join as focus shifts to the internally displaced and their long-term trauma.
Nigerian Christians Protest Muslim-Muslim Ticket as a ‘Declaration of War’
Major political parties try to maximize the northern Muslim vote to rule Africa’s most-populous nation. Will a third-party presidential candidate reap the benefit of Christian frustration?
The British Are Coming: UK Takes Religious Freedom Torch from US
London ministerial and DC summit highlight transatlantic commitment by governments and NGOs to freedom of religion or belief.
The Surge in Arab Seminary Studies
Unlike many American counterparts, evangelical institutions in Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine enjoy an influx of students as they serve beyond their ivory towers.
Christians Fret as Muhammad’s Family Comes Under Fire
Hindu comments on wife Aisha and Shiite film on daughter Fatimah spark protests in India and England.