- Blessed Are the Meek Missionaries in ThailandA Thai couple has spent the past 50 years teaching and practicing contextualized evangelism in their country.
- 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
- Buddhism Went Mainstream Decades Ago. US Churches Still Aren’t Ready.Why Christians need to learn about the religion Asian immigrants brought to the US.
- Cambodians Usher in a Miraculous Moment for ChristianityHow the Southeast Asian country went from an underground church to a church-planting boom.
- Is Karma a ‘Relaxing Thought’? For Many Buddhists, It’s Not.The real-life impact of believing the law of cause and effect.简体中文繁體中文
- Bridging Sydney’s Churches and Southeast Asian BuddhistsA Thai-Chinese Australian works to help Christians better engage the invisible migrants in their midst.
- Pew: What India’s Christians, Hindus, Muslims and More Think About Religion(UPDATED) Pew surveys 30,000 Indians across 6 faiths and 17 languages and finds support for tolerance yet also segregation.
- Cambodian Spies Were Watching Me. So Was Someone Else.After escaping the Khmer Rouge with my siblings, I learned who had been protecting me all along.
- Ancient Stone Marks China’s First Encounter with ChristianityWhat the Xi’an stele reveals about the rise and fall of the Nestorian church in the Tang Dynasty.简体中文繁體中文