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They’re Not From the US. But They’re Ministering to the Nation's Soldiers
They’re Not From the US. But They’re Ministering to the Nation's SoldiersSubscriber Access Only
Foreign-born chaplains serve growing diversity in American military.
Our April Issue: Behind the Scenes
Our April Issue: Behind the ScenesSubscriber Access Only
Honoring the hidden heroes of our past can start right now.
Medium Matters
Medium MattersSubscriber Access Only
Like Christians of old, we’re embracing the new.
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Coronavirus Limits on Church Services
Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Coronavirus Limits on Church Services
California restricting churches to 25% capacity or less than 100 worshipers “appear[s] consistent” with First Amendment, wrote Chief Justice John Roberts in 5–4 decision.
Vulnerable Gulf Migrants Offered ‘God’s Karuna’ in Bible Society Outreach
Vulnerable Gulf Migrants Offered ‘God’s Karuna’ in Bible Society Outreach
In prayer, aid, and employment, Christian ministries struggle to adapt to the new coronavirus norms.
When Pastors and Pews Disagree on Churches Reopening
When Pastors and Pews Disagree on Churches Reopening
Pastoral submission amid a pandemic: Who should Christians heed when following Romans 13 and Hebrews 13 seems to conflict?
Have Pentecostals Outgrown Their Name?
Have Pentecostals Outgrown Their Name?
More than a quarter of the global church falls under new and debated label: “Spirit-empowered Christianity.”
George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
As a person of peace, “Big Floyd” opened up ministry opportunities in the Third Ward housing projects.
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Churches Streamline to Stay Afloat
COVID-19's impact and the financial fallout

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