Canada: Learning From Our Neighbors to the North

Canadian churches are pursuing evangelism with people who have little church background … as a process.

Evangelical Leaders Call for Compassionate Response to Refugee Crisis

At GC2 Summit, leaders draft statement of declaration with call to action for evangelicals in caring for refugees.

My Muslim Problem

"Dehumanization may be a casualty of war, but it should never be a casualty of the gospel."

Why Christianity Will Always Be on the Move

The history of our faith is one of movement, so we must see ourselves as global Christians.

How Malaysia and North Korea Inspire Impossible Prayers

Recent breakthroughs in Malaysia and North Korea, traditionally persecutors of the church, inspire us to be fervent in prayer.

The Hopeful Implications of the Tower of Babel

One day, all the nations and every language will be united around the throne of God.

Churches on the Front Lines: An Overlooked International Movement

Rich Stearns: "Evil forces beyond our comprehension are destroying the lives of millions of people."

Victor Marx: Restored!

"People will admire you for your success, but they will relate to you because of your pain."

Why I’m Ditching the Word ‘Empowerment’

Empowerment, while a good concept, has too much baggage. There's a better alternative.

Netherlands: If Here, Then Anywhere? Bethel Church

The touch of God began in an aged, discouraged and divided congregation. Few imagined what the church was to become.
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