- Desmond Tutu, Archbishop and Apartheid Foe, Dies at 90South African activist said a disciplined prayer life sustained him.简体中文繁體中文
- Level Ground at the CrossBilly Graham drew people together his whole life. In a segregated South, he wrestled with what that should mean.
- Corruption, Poverty Imperil South Africa’s FutureThe bottom 50 percent shut out. Evangelicals lament failures.
- Died: Nelson Mandela, South African Leader Who Stood Against ApartheidThe legacy of the president who prized reconciliation has much to teach Christians about the necessity, the difficulty, and the limits of politics.
- Graceful JusticeGideon Strauss was shaped by growing up in apartheid-era South Africa.
- Gentleman of JusticeFrom the oppressed side of apartheid, Albert Lutuli (1898—1967) became the first African to receive a Nobel Prize for Peace.
- Reconcilable DifferencesFifteen years after genocide, Rwanda is showing signs of healing.
- Postcard from AfricaWhere hope and despair live side by side.
- How much truth can We take?South Africa's Christian experiment for finding healing from its violent past.
- Between a Nightmare and a DreamIf reconcilication can happen in South Africa, it can happen elsewhere.