Teeming Diversity
The Third Lausanne Congress demonstrated that global evangelicalism has been transformed.
Standing in the (AIDS) Gap
Only half of HIV-positive children in Uganda receive treatment.
Putting Evangelism on Hold
Will the Global Faith Forum's "evangelistic model" of engaging Muslims and Jews catch on?
Why Not College for the Disabled?
New faith-based school opens doors for young adults with intellectual disabilities.
A Different Kind of Tent Revival
How one pastor is tackling Haiti's complex challenges.
A Ministry Grows in Brooklyn
Messianic leaders explore new strategies for reaching the Jewish community in the U.S. and Israel.
Facing Lutheranism's Crisis of Authority
Seven theologians call North American Lutheranism back to the Word and the Lutheran confessions.
A Little Raising of Hands
How the Pentecostal World Conference compares to your average evangelical conference.
'Something Better Than Revival'
Buenos Aires pastors believe their city of 13 million should have only one church.
Sexual Slavery on Main Street
Trafficking of teenagers in the U.S. is getting worse. Here's what some Christians are trying to do about it.
Ministry at the Center of Violence
Russ Stendal, held hostage for months by narco-terrorists, now ministers in their midst.
Migrating Focus
After Congress's health care vote, activists see a revival of interest in immigration reform.
Leaving Mungiki
Some express skepticism as violent sect receives baptism.
Single Mothers, Second Chances
Robust support makes all the difference during an unplanned pregnancy.
Trees Of Life
How Floresta integrates development discipleship, and creation care overseas.
A Grounded Faith
Mexican ministry branches out beyond tree planting to bring healing to souls in a barren land.
Germany's Christian Democrats
An administration official discusses evangelicals' political involvement—or lack thereof.
More Than Profit
A business plan with a divine edge has an angle on fighting poverty.
Feeding Hope Under a Rogue Regime
Christian outreach to North Koreans helps to keep millions from starving.
Revolution Redux
Southern Baptists debate relationship between evangelism and identity.

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