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Not an Act of God: Ministries Respond to Surge in Mass Shootings
Christian counselors once focused on natural disasters now frequently address manmade crises.
David Platt Is Ready to Leave the IMB
After trying to both run a major missions agency and preach on Sundays, the local church won out.
250 Child Soldiers in South Sudan Begin Recovery with World Vision
The world’s newest nation remains its most fragile state.
Died: James W. Sire, Editor Who Brought Us Francis Schaeffer and Os Guinness
‘The Universe Next Door’ author used worldview as a tool for evangelical apologetics.
Max Lucado, Beth Moore, and Hundreds of Evangelicals Call for Immigration Reform … Again
A year after their letter opposing the refugee ban, the biggest names in the church are defending Dreamers, persecuted Christians, and more.
Sovereign Grace Disputes Rachael Denhollander’s Remarks
As former gymnast advocates for victims in the church, SGC calls her take on its past scandal “not true.”
Samaritan’s Purse VP Nominated for UN Refugee Role Faces Backlash
Ken Isaacs apologized for his tweets about Islamic violence.
Puerto Rico: 3,000 Churches Damaged, Fewer Christians Left to Rebuild
Attendance drops as 400,000 island residents move to the mainland.
How Cecile Richards Strengthened the Pro-Life Movement
Outgoing Planned Parenthood president leaves legacy on both side of the abortion debate.
Sam Brownback Finally Confirmed as America’s Religious Freedom Ambassador
After a tight Senate vote, evangelicals are celebrating the Kansas governor’s new role.
Died: George Lindbeck, Father of Postliberal Theology
Nature of Doctrine author was a “missionary to postmodernity.”
Get Ready, Youth Group Leaders: Teens Twice as Likely to Identify as Atheist or LGBT
Barna findings on Generation Z pose new challenges for the church.
The Year Science Took Over the Pro-Life Movement
Even the technology touted at 2018’s March for Life can divide the cause when it comes to abortion policy.
It’s Official: Trump Turns HHS from Pro-Life Antagonist to Advocate
Department of Health and Human Services reverses Obama-era policies on Planned Parenthood funding.
Why Ralph Winter’s Missions Mobilizer Is Up for Sale
Shift in global evangelism prompts downsizing of US Center for World Mission’s famous Pasadena property—but not all alumni are ready to say goodbye.
These Trump Advisers Want a Dreamers Deal Enough to Meet with Nancy Pelosi
Evangelicals join the push for protection for young immigrants.
New HHS Division Defends Pro-Life Health Care Workers
Under Trump, federal policy keeps shifting away from abortion rights in favor of religious conscience protections.
Moody Bible President and COO Both Resign, Provost Retires
Board unanimously decides "it is time for a new season of leadership."
Latino Churches Fear Impact of Homeland Security Decisions
US removes deportation protections from largely evangelical group of 200,000 Salvadorans.
Died: ‘Mr. Awana’ Arthur Rorheim
The 99-year-old proved the power of kids ministry and got millions going to church on weeknights.