- Speaking for Evangelicals at the UN, Gaetan Roy Seeks to ServeThe new representative starts each conversation with an unusual question.
- A Religious Movement Divided Against Itself (Probably) Cannot StandLiberal Protestants built a global elite in the 20th century. Its fracturing holds a caution for evangelicals today.
- Egypt’s President Promotes Religious Choice During Human Rights RolloutSome Copts cheer Sisi’s stance and new five-year reform strategy, while others focus on absence of attention to problematic ID cards and reconciliation committees.
- She Was Captured by the Taliban in 2001. But God Gave Her a Bigger Story.Q&A with Heather Mercer who went on to work for freedom in Kurdistan and adopt a Kurdish son.español
- 117 Witnesses Detail North Korea’s Persecution of ChristiansNew report describes methods and names names of those repressing secret Christian believers—and other faiths.한국어
- 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.
- The Bible’s Impact on Human RightsThe ideas of human dignity and respect for all didn’t develop in a vacuum.
- Hong Kong Pastor Facing Prison Preaches the Sermon of His LifeThe Baptist leader, convicted for his role in the Occupy Central and Umbrella Movement protests, takes the stand with a biblical defense for human rights and civil disobedience.
- World Vision Forced Out of Pakistan After 13 YearsThe country loses an estimated $130 million in aid by expelling 18 international charities.
- Quick To ListenEpisode 131|48minShould Christians Trust Saudi Crown Prince’s Promises of Reform?Things may be getting better for religious minorities, but MBS’s promises of countrywide reform ring hollow.