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Ghana Churches Push Law to Combat Promotion of Homosexuali…… | News & Reporting

The majority of Christian churches in Ghana are backing a proposed law that, if passed, could send lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to prison for five years and those who...

Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup…… | News & Reporting

Amid a near complete phone and internet blackout, Sudan’s Christians are on high alert following a military coup. Yesterday the head of the North African nation’s transitional Sovereign Council, Gen. Abdel Fattah...

The Paradox of Playfulness | Christianity Today

In the early 1980s, my grandfather was diagnosed with a brain tumor. The surgeons told my grandparents that they were confident in their skill, but it was still brain surgery (in...

Religious Freedom Ambassador Nominee Goes Before Senate…… | News & Reporting

A Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Tuesday considered the nomination of Rashad Hussain to be President Joe Biden’s ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom. Hussain’s confirmation would make him the first...

After Ireland Legalized Abortion, the Pro-Life Movement Sp…… | News & Reporting

On the first cold autumn evening in Dublin’s City Centre, more than 200 people gathered for a pro-life rally in front of Leinster House, the home of Ireland’s parliament, Dáil Éireann. In...

Lebanon’s Christians Resist Exodus from Worst Economic Col…… | News & Reporting

In 2019, as Lebanon witnessed an unprecedented uprising against its entire political class, evangelical sermons grappled with applied theology: Whether to join in for justice or honor the king. Two years later, amid...

Should Christians Participate in the Day of the D…

El Día de los Muertos, translated as the Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday also celebrated in many US communities. It has roots both in the Catholic observances of...

In Plain Prayer: Why Missionary Families Are Showing Love to Hait…

Like many others, we have been following the story of the 12 adults and five children associated with Christian Aid Ministries (CAM) who were kidnapped in Haiti on October 16 and...
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Can Maine Cover the Cost of Christian School Tuition?…… | News & Reporting

The latest Supreme Court case over public funding for religious schooling examines a policy in Maine, a state dotted with small towns too...

What Is It? Who Wrote It? How Can We Understand It?

It would be quite odd if you showed up to a football game and heard a ref or a player ask, “Has anyone...

On the Twelfth Fail of Christmas – Dogster

My German Shepherds, Fritz and Mina, love the holidays. While they’re very intuitive and sensitive, absorbing and reflecting the extra gaiety and joy...
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