- Boarding School Alumni Push for a New Kind of Abuse InvestigationUncovering decades of allegations out of the Christian Academy of Japan, investigators tried new tactics to facilitate repentance and healing.
- 5 Books About Contemporary Christian MartyrsChosen by Jerry Pattengale, coauthor of “The New Book of Christian Martyrs: The Heroes of Our Faith from the First Century to the 21st Century.”
- 4 Incredible Christian Women Who Changed IndiaHow a social reformer, a lawyer, a doctor, and a peacemaker changed the subcontinent.
- 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
- It’s Time to Correct Your Negative Stereotypes About HaitiWhat this Jamaican missionary loves about the island—and wishes more Western media and donors knew about it.
- 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
- 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
- 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
- David Platt: We Take the Gospel to the Nations, as the NationsThe Great Commission strikes at the heart of an Americanized gospel.
- Born Again and Again: Cambodian Evangelicals Celebrate 100 YearsIn the century since the arrival of Protestant missionaries, the church has been wiped out by genocide and forced to rebuild. Now “it’s time for the gospel to shine.”