- Antioch Has Always Survived Its Tragic History. What Will the Latest Earthquake Change?A city essential to the early church, Antakya has been all but reduced to rubble.
- 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
- Christians Say Sayfo Martyrs Should Get Genocide StatusSyriac-Aramean Christians, fewer in number than similarly suffering Armenians, assert their Ottoman-era plight deserves separate recognition.
- Migrants to Europe Are Changing ChurchesStudy finds new immigrants in about half of hospitable congregations.
- A Requiem for the Disappearing Christians of Iraq, Syria, Egypt, and GazaTheir plight moved a (mostly prayerless) war correspondent to prayer and mourning.
- Interview: The Middle East Church Must Resemble Salt, not RabbitsNew leader of Middle East Council of Churches says the quality of believers preserves their witness, if not their numbers.
- Trump and Biden Disagree on Sanctions. So Do Evangelicals Outside the US.Longstanding foreign policy tool impacts national economies. But evangelicals from US to Syria and Iran differ on who deserves blame.
- Bethlehem Is More Than a Sentimental Backdrop to Christmas in the WestHow Christians are celebrating the holiday in the town of Jesus’ birth—and across the broader Middle East.