- They Fled Ukraine, and Ukraine FollowedEscaping Russian missiles, some exiled believers found a new sense of purpose helping refugees.españolрусскийУкраїнська
- When Conscience Rights Come at the Cost of Human RightsEvangelicals have done commendable work advancing religious freedom around the globe. But that work has involved some questionable moral compromises.
- Died: Robert Finley, Reformer of Foreign MissionsAfter preaching at Billy Graham rallies and revivals in Asia, the Christian Aid Mission founder introduced new emphasis on supporting indigenous missionaries.
- Quick To ListenEpisode 138|40minWhat John Allen Chau’s Missions Agency Wants You to KnowThe All Nations leader remembers the 26-year-old killed by the “world’s most isolated” tribe.
- From Jim Elliot to John Allen Chau: The Missionary-Martyr DilemmaThe latest death on the mission field challenges the church to rethink a view of martyrdom as peak adventure.
- Look Outside America for Fresh Insight on American EvangelicalsMelani McAlister’s new history aims to capture what the familiar political story leaves out.
- A Preacher, a Businessman, and Their ‘Crusade of Mercy’How American evangelicals became major players in the work of global charity.
- Why Ralph Winter’s Missions Mobilizer Is Up for SaleShift in global evangelism prompts downsizing of US Center for World Mission’s famous Pasadena property—but not all alumni are ready to say goodbye.
- Why We Need to Talk about Trump’s Haiti RemarksChristians can expand their compassion by looking at the deeper story of development and immigration.
- Why the US Thinks Restricting International Adoptions Will Save ThemExperts debate State Department strategy to let the little children come less.