- Malaysia’s Death Penalty Is No Longer Mandatory. Advocate Wishes Christian Conversation Was.Christian lawyer explains why loving your neighbor in the Muslim-majority country entails speaking up.
- A Scottish Farmer Started the World’s First Chinese-Language MagazineBefore he died at age 37, missionary William Milne had produced a publication promoting Christianity, science, and general knowledge.简体中文繁體中文
- Died: Francis Sunderaraj, Indian Evangelical Leader Who Encouraged EducationUnder his leadership, a popular Sunday school curriculum was translated into 32 languages and dialects.
- Is Christmas a ‘Western’ Holiday in Asia?Theologians and church leaders around the region share how December 25 is perceived in their contexts.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
- Christians Need Win-Wins with Muslim Society More Than Wins in CourtWhat Malaysia’s High Court decision on Christian use of the word “Allah” means for the church.
- Malaysian Christians Can Call God ‘Allah,’ Rules High CourtDecision ends a 35-year-old government ban on the usage of four Arabic words by Christian publications.
- Why This Asian Presbyterian Can’t Quit the White Pentecostal ChurchHow I became convinced Christianity is more than ethnicity.
- Malaysia Rules Muslim Man Can Convert to ChristianityJudge's landmark decision offers hope to Malay Christians amid Bible seizures and 'Allah' bans.