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Billy Graham and Johnny Cash: An Unlikely Friendship
The evangelist originally sought out the singer for the sake of his son.
John McCandlish Phillips: Bright Light for Christ in the Big Apple Subscriber access only
The New York Times stylist mixed his love of the Lord with his love of journalism.
Back to the Garden Subscriber access only
Row by row, urban Christians learn to bear literal and spiritual fruit.
The Rush to Reconcile Subscriber access only
Are peacemaking efforts in Sudan enough to prevent violence if the South votes for independence?
A Ministry Grows in Brooklyn Subscriber access only
Messianic leaders explore new strategies for reaching the Jewish community in the U.S. and Israel.
Anne Graham Lotz: “Nothing God won’t forgive.” Subscriber access only
Graham daughter speaks at Bowery Mission in New York City
Bush's Faith-Based Legacy Subscriber access only
Key policies at home and overseas will help victims of poverty and disease for years to come.
Better Than a Bailout Subscriber access only
Foreclosure disaster drives California churches to launch home rescue efforts.
Leap of Faith Subscriber access only
Tony Blair, Middle East envoy, says religion and globalization go together — in a good way.
The Good News in Oil and Acrylic Subscriber access only
A missions center becomes a patron of the arts.
McCain Talks the Walk Subscriber access only
After years of ambiguity, Senator McCain reveals his spiritual side for public viewing. How will evangelicals respond?
In Crisis, Wall Street Turns to Prayer Subscriber access only
Financial meltdown triggers prayer sessions citywide.
Salvation Army Ready to Deploy Tomorrow Morning Subscriber access only
It’s not just the size of the storm that separates ministry’s response to Gustav from its response to Katrina.
American Bible Society Seeks Revelations Subscriber access only
Organization distances itself from a consultant with porn ties—and the president who hired him.
Accidental Outreach Subscriber access only
Christian leaders avoid targeting Kurds, but reach them anyway.
Jesus in Turkey Subscriber access only
After 550 years of decline, a bloodied church is being reborn.
Does Darfur Have a Prayer? Subscriber access only
Genocide in western Sudan proves nearly impossible to stop.
Margin of Victory Subscriber access only
Races where evangelicals play a decisive role in the November election.
Margin of Victory Subscriber access only
Races where evangelicals play a decisive role in the November election. Today: U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania.
A One-China (Church) Policy Subscriber access only
Werner Burklin says overseas evangelicals perpetuate the gulf between state-approved churches and illegal house churches.
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