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The Woman Who Gave the World a Thousand Names for God
The Woman Who Gave the World a Thousand Names for God
How a British linguist and a failed Nigerian coup changed everything about Bible translation.
‘Two Taels of Bread’ and Other East Asian Heresies
‘Two Taels of Bread’ and Other East Asian Heresies
Misconceptions about Jesus, Scripture, and salvation prevail.
Brother Andrew Changed Me. His Approach Can Change India.
Brother Andrew Changed Me. His Approach Can Change India.
Gandhi wanted Christians to live more like Jesus. “God’s smuggler” showed me how.
Christian Nationalism Cannot Save the World
Christian Nationalism Cannot Save the World
Do not fall for secularism disguised as a kind of Great Commission.
The Light Force of God’s Smuggler: Arab Christians Mourn Brother Andrew
The Light Force of God’s Smuggler: Arab Christians Mourn Brother Andrew
Leaders gathered at Middle East evangelical meeting recall his conversations and books that shaped their ministries.
Died: Dan Busby, Accountant Who Set Standards for Ministry Finances
Died: Dan Busby, Accountant Who Set Standards for Ministry Finances
He believed “Christians should set an example of the utmost integrity.”
Blessed Are Those Who Mourn Suicide
Blessed Are Those Who Mourn Suicide
Caring for people in pain requires a rich theology of suffering.
Do Chinese Worship Songs Sound Too Much Like Pop Hits?
Do Chinese Worship Songs Sound Too Much Like Pop Hits?
Five praise music songwriters on how they handle criticism, work together, and seek to reach Gen Z through their work.
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Died: Brother Andrew, Who Smuggled Bibles into Communist Countries
Died: Brother Andrew, Who Smuggled Bibles into Communist Countries
Founder of Open Doors said he wasn’t an “evangelical stuntman” but a faithful Christian following the leading of the Spirit.
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Orphan Forced from Christian Home Highlights Islamic Ban on Adoption
Orphan Forced from Christian Home Highlights Islamic Ban on Adoption
Egypt sees surge in foster care applications, though still insufficient, while Christians denied custody due to sharia law.

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