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Week of April 14, 2024

Haitians Are Ministering at the End of the World
Haitians Are Ministering at the End of the World
As Haiti is uprooted by violence, church leaders treat gunshot wounds, give up homes for strangers, and rescue dignitaries.
Forgotten War: Sudan’s Displaced Christians Brace for ‘World’s Worst’ Hunger Crisis
Forgotten War: Sudan’s Displaced Christians Brace for ‘World’s Worst’ Hunger Crisis
Interview with leader of new evangelical alliance describes his escape from Khartoum and the pressure to pick a side.
Are the Global Methodists Evangelical?
Are the Global Methodists Evangelical?
Here’s why the new denomination may or may not fit the label.
What We Can Offer If We Uncircle the Wagons
What We Can Offer If We Uncircle the Wagons
Two new memoirs, Troubled and Between Two Trailers, make a powerful—if unintentional—case for the Christian ethos of family and community.
Paid ContentDoing Time With Mom and Dad
Doing Time With Mom and Dad
How churches can help kids begin to heal.
More Pastors Are Leaving Ministry Over Church Conflict
More Pastors Are Leaving Ministry Over Church Conflict
But experts say it can offer opportunities for leaders and congregations to grow.
Sports Can Be a Touchdown for Faith. Beware of Encroachment.
Sports Can Be a Touchdown for Faith. Beware of Encroachment.
As a lifelong athlete and coach, I know sports build character. But I worry about the idolatrous, selfish culture of American athletics.

Week of April 7, 2024

Your Neighbors (Probably) Don’t Hate You
Your Neighbors (Probably) Don’t Hate You
They might not even know you’re there. When paranoia eclipses our witness, here’s what to remember.
Chuck Swindoll Steps Down as Senior Pastor, but Won’t Retire
Chuck Swindoll Steps Down as Senior Pastor, but Won’t Retire
At 89 years old and more than 60 years into ministry, the Stonebriar Community Church founder plans to remain its primary preacher after the church names his successor.
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.
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