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Five Indian Christians Who Fought for India’s Freedom
Following Jesus’ example, many lived simply, humbly, and selflessly to uplift the poor and marginalized, and their faith in God nurtured their hopes for liberation.
Died: Chungthang Thiek, Pastor of Manipur’s Prayer Movement
The Indian evangelical leader sought a space in the hills where people “could commune with God without interruption.”
The ‘Soul of India’ Now Lives in Its Cities. Is the Local Church Ready?
How Christian outreach has come to look like the YMCA, call center ministries, and the “Christward” movement model.
A Leader of India’s ‘Untouchables’ Considered Christianity and Found It Wanting
Why B.R. Ambedkar, a Dalit himself, ultimately embraced Buddhism as the faith best for him and his community.
Meitei Christians Caught in Middle of Manipur Violence
Thousands of majority believers lost homes and churches in India's worst ethnic conflict this year. Yet they feel "overlooked and despised" by both sides.
Kingdom Halls Reopen After Blasts at Jehovah’s Witnesses Convention in India Kills Four
The bombing is the first major attack on the community of 56,000 since its beginnings in the country in 1905.
Indian Church Draws Strength from Ostracism
Facing fresh attacks from Hindu nationalists, Wesleyans recall the history of God’s faithfulness in a Gujarat village.
India By Any Other Name? Christians Braced for ‘Bharat’ or Not
Believers weigh what the latest postcolonial name change discussion would mean for religious freedom and pluralism in the Hindu-majority nation.
White Evangelicals Aren’t Sure About Ramaswamy. But for Indian American Christians, He’s a No-Go.
The former like the young billionaire’s conservative politics. The latter worry about his connections to radical Hinduism.
He Brought God and a Guitar to 245 Nations. Now He Serves Tea to the Suicidal.
Benny Prasad was once a sickly, depressed teenager. How the Indian artist has since used travel, music, and hot beverages to share the gospel.
Extremists Are Destroying Indian Christians’ Homes and Shattering Their Lives
For nearly two decades, mob violence has driven believers from their communities and upended their sense of security.
Indian Politicians Promised Relief for Persecuted Christians. So Far, So Good.
A new government in Karnataka has pledged millions of dollars for religious minorities and to repeal a controversial anti-conversion law.
Christians in Northwest India Want a Political Party to Speak for Them
Other believers warn that’s the wrong response to Hindu nationalism.
Can Christians Do Yoga? Indian Believers Weigh In
Surveying the spectrum of Christian views on the traditionally Hindu practice, from wellness to spiritual caution.
Manipur Christians: ‘The Violence Has Shattered Us’
Many from India’s tribal Kuki community have fled their homes. Amid ongoing violence, returning isn’t an option.
They Persecuted Indian Christians. Most Confessed. Did Divine Retribution Follow?
A new documentary follows the lives of 10 of the men responsible for horrific attacks on the Kandhamal church.
Mobs Kill 6, Burn Down 25 Churches in Northeastern India
While ethnic tensions have festered for decades, leaders in Manipur say religious extremism is fueling the extreme aggression.
Why Nepali Christians Can’t Bury Their Dead
Inside the ongoing struggle of Kathmandu Valley evangelicals to secure a cemetery and avoid cremation.
4 Incredible Christian Women Who Changed India
How a social reformer, a lawyer, a doctor, and a peacemaker changed the subcontinent.
22,000 Indian Christians Peacefully Protest Rising Persecution at Historic Delhi Gathering
Leaders demand the government crack down on violence against the church: “We are not asking for anything out of the ordinary.”
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