- Saudi Arabia Embraced Coptic Christmas. Could Its First Church Be Next?Bishop describes decade-long development of pastoral visits to Egyptian Christians, amid speculation of the kingdom’s steps toward religious freedom.
- Nigerian Christians Explain High Stakes of 2023 Presidential ElectionFacing persecution and economic decline, seven leaders share perspectives on a vote that will “make or mar” the future of a religiously divided nation.
- Turkish Christians Plead: Don’t Distribute Bibles After EarthquakeLocal believers and their Syrian colleagues serve Christians and Muslims alike in cooperative effort at relief aid.Français
- Turkish and Syrian Christians Rally Relief After Earthquake Kills 20,000(UPDATED) As death tolls climb and with churches of all denominations destroyed, local believers race to the frontlines of emergency response.Português
- I Wanted to Die for Allah. Now I Live for Jesus.As a militant Muslim, I never expected to have any dealings with Christians, much less to befriend them.简体中文繁體中文
- Muslims Love Russian Christmas. So Do Eurasia’s Evangelicals.Christian communities in former Soviet Union nations reap the benefits of still-secularized holiday, winning recognition and opportunities for the gospel.
- Should Christians Support Indonesia Criminalizing Cohabitation and Extramarital Sex?Local leaders weigh in on the Muslim-majority nation’s new penal code and whether governments should legislate morality.简体中文Indonesian繁體中文
- Why ‘Persecuted’ Is Not the Best Way to Describe Christians in the GulfWhile restrictions on religion remain, most Arab nations pass the tolerance test enough for Christian ministry to continue.
- Indonesian Churches Organize to Aid Earthquake SurvivorsAfter a powerful quake hit the island of Java this week, a network of local Christians raced to help.Indonesian
- Finding Common Ground in a Big FishChristian scholars look for ways to connect with Muslims over the shared story of Jonah.简体中文繁體中文