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Eurovision Win Offers Momentary Joy for Ukrainians
“In the midst of a horrific, diabolical invasion,” Christians celebrate their country's recent victory in the global song competition.
How CT Encourages an AI Technologist to Stand Firm in Tough Times
Joanna Ng finds inspiration through the actions and writing of Timothy Dalrymple and Russell Moore.
Katy Perry’s ‘Dark Horse’ Prevails Over Christian Rapper’s Lawsuit
UPDATE: The pop star and her team no longer have to pay $2.8 million in damages in the copyright case.
She Calls Christianity Today a Lighthouse and a Life Preserver
Why Ronna Bauman has found significant solace and encouragement from the ministry in recent years.
Tongan Christians Felt the Force of the Volcano. And the World’s Prayers.
The kingdom and its diaspora credit their Christian faith for the low number of casualties.
Announcing the Winners of Christianity Today’s First International Essay Contest
Wisdom, perspective, and theological understanding from Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Indonesian writers.
Why Latino Christians Treasure January 6
Christian leaders in the US on how el Día de los Reyes (Three Kings Day) brings them closer to their heritage and God.
These Christmas Carols Bring Joy to the Whole World
Christian leaders and musicians in nine countries and territories share their favorite Western and local holiday tunes.
Died: Labib Madanat, Who Showed the Bible to Palestinians and Israelis in Word and Deed
Son of Jordanian missionaries organized the Holy Land’s Bible societies and demonstrated the gospel’s love and forgiveness amid war and terror.
Christians in Haiti Worry About Release of Kidnapped Missionaries
How the 17 Christian Aid Ministries captives are eventually freed could elevate the risks faced by local believers and American workers.
Why One of Christianity Today’s Longest Subscribers Is Still Reading
“I do not know of any other resource that is seeking to understand the world and the gospel in the ways CT is.”
‘Ted Lasso’ Won’t Settle for Shallow Optimism
The show’s second season challenges viewers to consider true joy over hyper-positivity.
Was Afghanistan Worthwhile or Wasted? Christians Lament, Pray, and Learn as Taliban Retakes Control
As the world debates the US withdrawal, 15 leaders reflect on how they are applying their faith to understand how to best advocate for justice in the aftermath.
How to Pray for Haiti After Another Deadly Earthquake
(UPDATED) Christian leaders in Haiti share what is different for believers between 2010 and now, as death toll passes 1,900.
This Land Is Your Land, Say More Churches in Canada Than in US
CRC congregations weigh land acknowledgements amid rising awareness of indigenous injustices on both sides of the border.
Cheer on These Christian Olympians from Around the World
Meet the women and men who make their faith a priority as they compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Died: Joel Edwards, the First Black Evangelical Alliance UK Head
The British church leader could confidently preach the gospel on BBC and challenge his fellow Christians in the fight against injustice.
Do Flags Belong in Churches? Pastors Around the World Weigh In.
Christian cases for yes, no, and flying other nations’ flags as congregations balance love of God, neighbor, and country.
Leaders and Friends Remember C. René Padilla
Theologians and pastors from Latin America and around the world mourn the theologian who helped integrate social action and evangelism.
Can Christianity Today’s Podcasts Fill an ‘Empty Space in Christian Media’?
Mike Cosper hopes audio can meet folks where they’re at.
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