October (Web-only) 2021
The Contentious Literary Family That Explains Global Anglicanism
How the dilemmas driving "The Brothers Karamazov" resemble those confronting the world’s third-largest Christian communion.
In Plain Prayer: Why Missionary Families Are Showing Love to Haiti Kidnappers
Response of Christian Aid Ministries and supporters reveals three Anabaptist distinctives that other Christians should find both familiar and thought provoking.
Should Christians Participate in the Day of the Dead?
The Mexican holiday is more prominent than ever. Three evangelicals who’ve seen Día de los Muertos up close weigh in.español
The Paradox of Playfulness
Christians can engage in whimsy not because life is easy, but because life is difficult.Français
My Dad Taught Me How to Love the Exvangelical
What looks like rebellion might often be pain and despair.españolFrançais
100 Years After Ireland’s Divide, Church Cooperation Is Better Than Ever
Despite historic clashes, Roman Catholic and Protestant leaders have come together during the pandemic around Brexit, the legacy of the Troubles, and other issues that span both sides of the border.
My Life in Seattle’s Street Gangs Was a Dead-End Street
How God used a stiff prison sentence and a church invitation to rescue me from a downward spiral of guns, drugs, and despair.
What I Learned From Gen Z’s Faithfulness During the Pandemic
Leading InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has given me a chance to see how younger believers model spiritual resilience.
The Single Person’s Catechism
21 questions and answers to help the unmarried Christian develop a theology of singleness.españolFrançais
The Costly Gospel That Keeps Christian Pilots Flying to the Ends of the Earth
Q&A with Mission Aviation Fellowship President David Holsten on the challenges of reaching the most isolated villages in the world.
What Comes After the Purity Culture Reckoning
We don’t need a better guidebook or a different set of rules. We need to change the way we approach the conversation.españolFrançais简体中文繁體中文
Christians Shouldn’t Need a Mandate to Provide Paid Family Leave
There are clear, pro-life reasons why mothers and fathers need time with new babies.
You Can’t Reach Nonbelievers with ‘Passive Congeniality’
Two experts on intercultural evangelism explore the challenge of sharing Christ in a climate of growing indifference.
Philip Yancey: God Can Love ‘A Cynical Sneak Like Me’
An excerpt from the best-selling author’s memoir, “Where the Light Fell.”
Don’t Let Religious Liberty Claims Mask Bad Faith Arguments
Inconsistent and insincere appeals for exemptions to public health rules are undermining important freedoms.
Why Church Shouldn’t Just Be on Facebook
The reasons worship services should be offline are all too human.español
WebinarChristians and Critical Race Theory
A webinar about the facts, falsehoods, and theological implications of critical race theory—and the way forward for the church.
‘The Jesus Music’ Is a Love Letter to Fans
But like the CCM industry, it speaks an insider language.
How a Jewish Evangelical Won Trust with Arab Muslim Leaders
Apocalyptic fiction writer Joel Rosenberg’s new book describes his behind-the-scenes interactions with crown princes and presidents in search of peace and religious freedom.