- Bhutanese Nepali Refugees Turn Their Trials into Zeal for EvangelismThousands found Jesus while displaced, which prepared them to plant churches and settle in a new land.
- The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 38|40minSenator Coons’s Prayer Across the AislesFinding common ground in fragmented times.
- US Allows Individuals to Sponsor RefugeesAmericans can now independently resettle those fleeing war and persecution. Christian resettlement agencies are largely on board.
- Afghan Christians Are Very OnlineAs Taliban increases restrictions on women and minorities, enterprising ministries offer seminaries and sermons where there are no churches.简体中文繁體中文
- Taiwan’s False Hope for Hong Kongers Disillusions Fleeing ChristiansHow a church is enduring uncertainty and disappointment as many struggle to find a home.
- Cambodian Spies Were Watching Me. So Was Someone Else.After escaping the Khmer Rouge with my siblings, I learned who had been protecting me all along.
- Myanmar’s Christians Fight for PeaceA former beauty queen is a part of the widespread resistance taking a stand against the brutal military regime.简体中文Indonesian繁體中文
- Migrants to Europe Are Changing ChurchesStudy finds new immigrants in about half of hospitable congregations.
- Don’t Leave Migrant Ministry to the BorderQ&A with Sami DiPasquale, head of an El Paso nonprofit, on what the surge of asylum seekers is like on the ground and how the church all over the country can help.español
- Survey: Today’s Evangelicals More Likely to Welcome the StrangerNew research shows a marked shift in attitudes about refugees and immigration reform compared to 2015, and experts have a few ideas why.