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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.
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.
Died: Luis Palau, Who Preached the Gospel from Portland to Latin America and Beyond
The Argentine-born evangelist rose from Billy Graham translator to lead millions from more than 80 countries to make decisions to follow Jesus.
Died: Jaime Murrell, Gospel Singer Who Brought Caribbean Styles to Worship Music
Dove nominee encouraged Latin American Christians with simple but profound lyrics.
The Black Church, Explained by Pew’s Biggest Survey of African Americans
In-depth study of the faith of 8,660 black Americans offers an unprecedented snapshot of their congregations and beliefs before COVID-19 and George Floyd.
How to Fix the Asian American Female Pastor Dilemma
New “PastoraLab” equips women in ministry who feel torn between their culture’s churches and their calling to lead.
Died: Juan Stam, Missionary Who Defended ‘Radical Evangelicalism’
The seminary professor taught Latin American Christians to apply the Bible to social and political contexts.
Died: José María Silvestri, Pastor Whose Small-Group Ministry Discipled Argentina
Founder of Iglesia Evangélica Misionera Argentina died of COVID-19.
Died: Stuart King, a Pilot Who Survived D-Day to Help Found Mission Aviation Fellowship
How could aircraft serve Christian ministries and humanitarian missions? The Brit was part of a cohort of aviation enthusiasts devoted to finding out.
Died: Édouard Nelson, a French-American Church Planter Who Wanted Secular Parisians to Know the Gospel
The vice president of the Evangelical Council of Churches in France was passionate about training and equipping the next generation of leaders.
Australia Fires Lead to Canceled Mission Trips, Church Climate Change Conversations
Scripture Union evacuates beach teams, Hillsong raises money, and A Rocha explores the biblical response to the blaze.
Challenging a ‘Dark Horse’: Christian Rappers Win Beat-Stealing Lawsuit Against Katy Perry
UPDATE: The pop star and her team were ordered to pay $2.8 million in damages.
Died: Jesse Miranda, Hispanic Evangelicals’ Bridge-Builder
The ministry founder, educator, and Assemblies of God leader elevated the voices of his community and paved the way for future leaders.
10 Persecuted Christians Chosen by the State Department to Share Their Stories with the World
At this week's second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, 23 survivors from 15 countries from all faiths were given a global platform in Washington DC.
Strangers in the Land of Startups
A US missions agency is changing the way Spain’s tech hub engages its influx of migrants.
Court Rules Against Gang Members-Turned-Evangelists
Ex-members say they’re uniquely equipped to reach gangs. Former Latin Kings continue to fight Illinois restrictions they believe hamper their right to share the gospel.
Bolivia Finally Gives Evangelicals the Same Rights as Catholics
With new law, president Evo Morales comes through on his promise of greater religious freedom.
Azusa Pacific Drops Ban on Same-Sex Student Relationships, Again
Revised code of conduct shifts in favor of “uniform standards of behavior for all students.”
Did Trump and Kim’s Summit Help North Korean Christians?
Experts analyze the impact on persecuted believers after the two polemic leaders walk away without a deal.
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