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Why the Church Needs Single Parents, and Single Parents Need the Church
Families with one parent are part of God’s family. But how do we minister to their complex needs?
Get Thee to a Swanky Tourist Trap
What missions-oriented evangelicals gain from seeing the richer side of a poorer country.
Tampons Are a Justice Issue
While reporting in sub-Saharan Africa, I discovered the 'period problem' and why solutions are tough to come by.
How Sewing Saved My Sanity
I took up quilting as a hobby. I had no idea it would become a tool for soul care.
$70,000 Minimum Wage Brings Bible Parable to Life (Unfortunately)
Seattle CEO loses employees, faces lawsuit, in modern-day twist of Matthew 20's workers in the vineyard.
Onward 'Christian Soldiers': First American Volunteer Dies Fighting ISIS
Some of the foreign fighters flocking to Iraq and Syria are taking the side of persecuted Christians.
Under Discussion: Should Churches Dim the Lights for Worship?
Does low lighting set a better mood, or mimic entertainment too much? Experts weigh in.
Overworked, Underpaid, and Cautious about Science
A look at how evangelicals fared in the General Social Survey.
Feeding the Homeless Is a Religious Liberty Issue Too
Good Samaritans fight attempts to ban food-sharing programs.
Muslim Migrants Throw Christians Overboard into Mediterranean
Religion involved for first time in common yet deadly sea crossings from Africa to Italy.
One-Third of Audience for Christian Books, Radio, TV, and Movies Is Unchurched
LifeWay/NRB study examines whether Christian media is used for discipleship or evangelism.
Frank Wolf Calls for Safe Haven for Mideast Christians
Former congressman offers six-point plan. But killing continues as ISIS-linked terrorists behead 21 Christians in Libya.
Breakaway Anglicans Can Keep Churches Worth $500 Million, Rules South Carolina Judge
Diocese of South Carolina not required to give properties and name back to national Episcopal Church.
Should Pastors Stop Signing Civil Marriage Certificates?
First Things says yes. Survey finds 1 in 4 pastors agree.
Signs of Belief: How a Small Dispute over Church Marketing Became Supremely Important
The curious Supreme Court case of a 30-person church in Gilbert, Arizona.
Korea's Christmas 'Psychological Warfare' Canceled After All
South Korean Christians reverse plan to light the North Korean border with holiday cheer.
Does the Gospel Mandate Racial Reconciliation? White Pastors Agree More Than Black Pastors
Recent research informs today's A Time To Speak conference, where Bryan Loritts, John Piper, Matt Chandler, and others will discuss race.
Kony 2012's Invisible Children Makes Major Cuts for One Final Year Fighting the LRA
'Heavy-hearted' but 'incredibly proud,' advocacy group plans to shutter most operations by end of 2015.
Ebola Medical Missionaries Named Time's Person of the Year
Samaritan's Purse and SIM staff among physicians honored for 'risking, persisting, sacrificing, and saving.'
For Giving Tuesday: Where Evangelicals Donate (And No Longer Donate) Their Dollars
Christians are giving away more money than before the recession. But the parachurch, not churches, is getting most of it.
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