- 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.
- ‘Honoring’ Your Father and Mother Isn’t Always BiblicalFilial piety has damaged many parent-child relationships. But Christian families can learn where Confucian culture ends and Paul’s parenting practices begin.
- Nicaraguan President Closes Christian NonprofitsAnd other news briefs from Christians around the world.españolPortuguêsFrançais
- Taiwan’s False Hope for Hong Kongers Disillusions Fleeing ChristiansHow a church is enduring uncertainty and disappointment as many struggle to find a home.
- First Study of Chinese Churches in Britain Examines Boom and Possible BustPastors and theologians respond to opportunities and challenges in new study on explosive growth from Hong Kong immigration.简体中文繁體中文
- Filled with the Spirit amid the Hungry GhostsAs the Chinese festival ends, theologians explain why pneumatology matters more in Asia.简体中文繁體中文
- Chinese Christian Pop Star G.E.M.’s New Song Is CourageousDeng Ziqi’s “Gloria” music video embeds gospel messages and shares a journey from wasteland to gospel hope.简体中文繁體中文
- UK Christians Welcome Refugees amid Frustrations with Immigration ProcessThe churches are willing. But the bureaucracy is weak.
- ‘Ukraine Today, Taiwan Tomorrow’? Island’s Christians Warily Watch and PrayFew Taiwanese churches are willing to speak out on China-related political issues, surprising believers who left Hong Kong. But all leaders call for peace-seeking.简体中文繁體中文
- How the Umbrella Movement Spurred Hong Kong’s Digital WitnessFaced with political division and government oversight, the church began to develop richer and wider-reaching online public theology.