- Tim Keller Changed Church Planting, from City to CityFrom Beirut to Barcelona, pastors reflect on his influence.Português
- They Sang ‘a Heavenly Song’ in a Dark Chinese JailTwo Chinese Christian women ministered to their cellmates and prison guards with stories, prayers, and hymns.简体中文繁體中文
- Our Beloved Ones Don’t Become Angels When They DieDespite what Chinese religions and pop culture might suggest, they stay human—and that’s a good thing.简体中文繁體中文
- For Years, This Christian NGO Worked with Muslims in Myanmar. Then Came Cyclone Mocha.Long-term relationships helped the group aid the Rohingya while the UN and others were shut out.
- How Comfort Women Begat Today’s Sex Trafficking RealityWhy we’re still dealing with a deadly and tragic problem that never went away.简体中文繁體中文
- Malaysia’s Death Penalty Is No Longer Mandatory. Advocate Wishes Christian Conversation Was.Christian lawyer explains why loving your neighbor in the Muslim-majority country entails speaking up.
- When Police Arrive at Your Church’s DoorAs persecution worsens in China, an urban house church leader offers guide for perseverance and preparation.简体中文繁體中文
- ‘Memorizing’ the Scars of South Korea’s Gwangju MassacreChun Woo-won’s apology for his military dictator grandfather’s sins is Nehemiah in action.한국어
- The ‘Route Runners’ Are Coming to America. Are Chinese Churches Ready?Chinese Christians reflect on the challenges and opportunities that the new immigration trend presents for evangelism.简体中文繁體中文
- Sammi Cheng: ‘Not Having a Smooth Path Allowed Me to Be Gentler and More Humble’The Hong Kong Christian actress and singer experienced God’s grace in depression and marital crisis and grew in her acting career简体中文繁體中文