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Make Nepal Hindu Again: Christians Concerned by Rising Religious Nationalism
Make Nepal Hindu Again: Christians Concerned by Rising Religious Nationalism
Hindutva ideology is crossing the border from India and making ministry more challenging for churches in the former Hindu kingdom.
More Porridge? Senegal Protestants Debate Exchanging Holiday Foods with Muslims
More Porridge? Senegal Protestants Debate Exchanging Holiday Foods with Muslims
Ngalakh combines baobab fruit and peanuts to end Easter in West African nation, reciprocated by the sharing of meat breaking Ramadan’s fast.
Baptists Call on House Speaker Mike Johnson to Stand with Ukraine
Baptists Call on House Speaker Mike Johnson to Stand with Ukraine
Seminary leaders say that the country, where Baptists are the largest Protestant denomination, has lost hundreds of churches in the war with Russia.
Some Evangelicals Want a Third-Party Option, Even Without a Chance at Winning
Some Evangelicals Want a Third-Party Option, Even Without a Chance at Winning
The American Solidarity Party is a small but growing alternative to the Trump-Biden race.
Record-Setting Betting Weighs on College Athletes
Record-Setting Betting Weighs on College Athletes
As players face new pressures from bettors upset with their performance, chaplains in the NCAA are trying to help students remember their imago Dei.
After Taiwan’s Powerful Earthquake, Christian Aid Groups Work to Rebuild Lives
After Taiwan’s Powerful Earthquake, Christian Aid Groups Work to Rebuild Lives
On an island where Buddhist disaster relief is prominent, Christians work with churches to care for children and families.
Died: Joseph Kayo, the Kenyan Leader Who Revolutionized Worship in East Africa
Died: Joseph Kayo, the Kenyan Leader Who Revolutionized Worship in East Africa
His Pentecostalism put him at odds with many but the Deliverance Church founder stood firm in his convictions “to bring back the glory of God back to the Church in these last days.”
Vietnam’s New Religious Decree Further Burdens Local Churches
Vietnam’s New Religious Decree Further Burdens Local Churches
Pastors and religious liberty advocates worry the government’s effort to manage religion will bring tighter control.
Domestic Violence Is Rampant in Brazil. How Should Pastors Respond?
Domestic Violence Is Rampant in Brazil. How Should Pastors Respond?
Statistics reveal that three out of ten women in the country have experienced abuse at some point in their lives. Theologians and leaders weigh on how to turn churches into safe places for them.
The Regulation Suffocating Christian Ministries in India
The Regulation Suffocating Christian Ministries in India
Designed to monitor foreign funding, more recently FCRA has crippled numerous organizations. Is it intentional?
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