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Russian Christians Make Theological Case for Peace
Anonymous Christmas condemnation of invasion offers insight into antiwar movement as it seeks reconciliation with Ukrainian believers—who want names.
Should Messianic Jews Return to Israel from Russia and Ukraine?
Leaders of Russian-speaking followers of Yeshua discuss whether making aliyah is a commandment, a blessing, or a choice.
Nigerian Christians Explain High Stakes of 2023 Presidential Election
Facing persecution and economic decline, seven leaders share perspectives on a vote that will “make or mar” the future of a religiously divided nation.
Christians Assess Criticism of Turkey’s Earthquake Efforts
From delayed emergency response to poor construction, societal anger mounts at manmade failures both before and after natural disaster.
Turkish Christians Plead: Don’t Distribute Bibles After Earthquake
Local believers and their Syrian colleagues serve Christians and Muslims alike in cooperative effort at relief aid.
Let There Be Radio: Lebanese Evangelicals Launch FM Station
Persevering amid the world’s biggest economic crisis, BeLight has found an appreciative audience by offering hope and local Arabic worship.
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.
Let My People Come and Go, Karabakh Christians Tell Azerbaijan
As blockade begets an emerging humanitarian crisis, Artsakh’s Armenians receive groundswell of support.
Terrorist Attack on Congolese Church Prompts Plea for Christian Advocacy
ISIS affiliate strikes Pentecostal baptismal service amid longstanding conflict in Central African region rich in natural resources.
Christmas Epiphanies from the Ruins of Ukraine
As Putin professes a ceasefire over the Orthodox holiday and a famous Kyiv monastery cathedral changes hands, evangelical seminarians relate the toll of ten months of war.
Afghan Christians Are Very Online
As Taliban increases restrictions on women and minorities, enterprising ministries offer seminaries and sermons where there are no churches.
Armenian Christians Endure Christmas Blockade in Artsakh
Closure of corridor to Nagorno-Karabakh by Azerbaijani activists stretches into third week.
Will Ukraine’s Threatened Ban on Russia-Linked Churches Violate Religious Freedom?
Evangelical, Orthodox, and academic sources weigh security concerns against the right to associate with historic patriarchate losing popularity and suspected of war collaboration.
Ukraine Celebrates Christmas Twice. Now Its Orthodox Christians Can Too.
Breaking with tradition, local leaders grant permission to move celebrations from January 7 to December 25, continuing separation from Russia.
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.
US Commission ‘Outraged’ By Omitted Offenders of Religious Freedom
USCIRF protests Nigeria and India not being included among nations added to State Department’s list of Countries of Particular Concern.
Finding Common Ground in a Big Fish
Christian scholars look for ways to connect with Muslims over the shared story of Jonah.
Ukraine’s Prison Fellowship Extended to Russian POWs
Chuck Colson–linked ministry has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.
Wiser than Solomon: Can Evangelicals Lead the Middle East Toward Creation Care?
As Egypt hosts COP27, a few pioneering believers struggle to transform the region most at risk of climate change yet demonstrating the least concern.
Interview: The Growing British Concern for Religious Freedom for All
Bishop of Truro continues advocacy after groundbreaking UK government report on the persecution of Christians wins wide acceptance.