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Pastors gear up to welcome evangelicals back to the “greater glory” of church life following 14 months of isolation.
Advocates say more subtle approaches and one-on-one engagement may actually do more to inform the unvaccinated without further dividing the faithful.
Il poussait les évangéliques voir l'action sociale et l'évangélisation comme « les deux ailes d'un avion ».
On what would have been John Stott's 100th birthday, we celebrate his life and legacy.
Impulsó a los evangélicos a ver la acción social y la evangelización como “las dos alas de un avión”.
One lesson from COVID-19: Don't underestimate the model set by worshiping alongside your kids.
In Turkish-controlled northern Cyprus, another Andrew Brunson-style case is brewing.
Conservative pastors and leaders are encouraging the shot while the people in the pews have been more divided.
Two pastors advocate reparations for victims of white supremacy.
The new complications of bringing the congregation together.
Sang Musuh ingin kita meragukan kuasa anugerah Tuhan dan jaminan pengampunan-Nya.
New congregations have put their initial public gatherings on hold for six months or more.
Cómo el pecado de la acedia podría interferir con sus mejores hábitos espirituales en preparación para la Pascua.
En quoi cette pensée est-elle distinguer d'autres formes de nationalisme, du patriotisme ou du christianisme ? Explication.
The pandemic has disrupted everything, but the Lord remains our strength and our song.
Immigrants on ICE's list may see kinder treatment from President Biden, but change hasn't happened yet.
The author of Rabbit Room's “Every Moment Holy” liturgies on what he has learned about grief and hope in 2020.
East African nation has no plans in place to accept COVID-19 vaccines.
These 40 days of self-denial might seem painful during a pandemic. But the habits of “tedious love” are just what we need right now.
Old-fashioned preaching and discipleship can confront the conspiracies that threaten how we know truth.
How churches can pivot to help during the pandemic.
How false worship today resembles false worship in the Old Testament.
As a new biography shows, the Dutch Reformed theologian was adept at navigating perennial tensions of Christ and culture.
Longstanding foreign policy tool impacts national economies. But evangelicals from US to Syria and Iran differ on who deserves blame.

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