How to Serve Time
There is a Christian way to study the past without weakening the truth.
Whatever Happened to Christian History?
Evangelical historians have finally earned the respect of the secular academy. But some critics say they've sold out. Not really
Profiting from the Past
Will Christian history books ever sell?
- These 3 Japanese Christian Women Changed Their CountryMeet an early evangelist, an education reformer, and a preacher who held Bible studies with the royal family.
- Basketball Is a Beautiful Game, but Not a Blueprint for SocietyTreating the sport as a comprehensive social and political model misunderstands the vision of its Christian founder.
- Lived to Be Forgotten: Dixon E. Hoste, Missionary to ChinaThe successor of Hudson Taylor as leader of the China Inland Mission never sought fame but was remembered for his earnest prayers.简体中文繁體中文
- What Evangelicals Owe HaitiTo understand the island nation’s crisis and what the church must do now, start with what we didn’t do.español
- ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ Continues Its Steady BeatWritten as a hymn for Black middle schoolers, the song’s celebration of resilient faith still resonates.
- What Revivals Can Teach UsA revival historian looks at four possible lessons from Asbury.españolFrançaisIndonesian
- What the Black Church Can Teach Us About LentMajority white churches can learn from the spiritual practices Black believers have cultivated for centuries.
- Three Black Women Who Preached With the Power of the Holy SpiritWhat Zilpha Elaw, Julia Foote, and Sojourner Truth taught me about God’s “withness.”
- Rupert Clarke: The Medical Missionary on the Tibetan PlateauThe British doctor established hospitals for Tibetans and called on Chinese Christians to care for the souls of the ethnic group.简体中文繁體中文
- Beware Drawing Bright Lines Between Evangelical and Ecumenical ProtestantsThe divisions between these “parties” are important. So are the divisions within them.