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‘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.
An Indian Christian Doctor Sees COVID-19’s Silver Linings
Johnrose Austin Jayalal, president of the Indian Medical Association, says the pandemic stirred the church to action.
How Luis Palau Shaped the Faith of Lee Strobel, Luis Bush, and Many More
12 evangelical leaders on what they’ll remember most about the mass evangelist.
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 American Politics Complicates Evangelicalism in the UK
Facing Brexit fallout and COVID, the head of the country’s Evangelical Alliance is eager to shift attention back to their mission.
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.
Prayers and Praises from the World’s Hardest Places to Be a Christian
The struggles and joys experienced by believers in 11 nations on Open Doors’ Christian persecution watchlist.
Portraits of the Pandemic
Died: Juan Stam, Missionary Who Defended ‘Radical Evangelicalism’
The seminary professor taught Latin American Christians to apply the Bible to social and political contexts.
As a Mixed-Race Christian, I Used to Think Diversity Was Enough
How I came to see the value and beauty of gatherings exclusively for people of color.
Died: José María Silvestri, Pastor Whose Small-Group Ministry Discipled Argentina
Founder of Iglesia Evangélica Misionera Argentina died of COVID-19.
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