Churches Hear Call of Creation
How a congregation in Baltimore started caring for an urban forest while another in Grand Rapids started counting dragonflies, damselflies, and white heelsplitter mussels.
Where the Great Commission Meets Deportation
For millions of immigrants, removal from the United States is the heartbreaking end of a dream. For these two, it was also the birth of a ministry.
Text by Bekah McNeel. Photographs by Brian Frank.|
Honduran Youth Pastor Wins Asylum
Once threatened by gangs, the Central American minister is safe for now, but he says his heart is still with those who are not.
Is Your Trip Tourism or Missions?
After years of debate, the line is blurrier than ever.
Andy Olsen with additional reporting by Bekah McNeel|
Latino Immigrants Are Evangelizing America
Despite financial and immigration hurdles, ministries led by first-generation pastors are more effective than the average church plant, according to a new LifeWay study.
Grieving Our Broken Border
Max Lucado and five other leaders share their petitions: “Let’s pray. Let’s lament. Let’s groan.”
When Christians Don’t Get a Second Chance
Most evangelicals want America's criminal justice system to offer it. But immigrant Christians like Detroit's Chaldeans don't get one.
Bekah McNeel in Detroit|