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Boko Haram Executes Pastor Who Turned Hostage Video into Testimony

Beheaded Brethren leader, Reverend Andimi, taken captive in Nigeria said he was at peace with death because Jesus “is still alive.”

Multiracial Churches Led by Black, Hispanic Pastors on the Rise

Multiracial churches led by black and Hispanic pastors are on the rise, but remain a challenge emotionally and spiritually.

On MLK Day, Let’s Be Still and Listen

Hearing each other is a miracle. We need to practice receiving it as such. Be still and listen as guided by the Holy Spirit who is our help.

4 Important Issues Regarding Pastors and Mental Health

Pastors and mental health issues around burnout, in particular, are real issues for church leaders in today's complex world.

U.S. Court Ruling Renews Iraqi Christians’ Deportation Fears

The Iraqi Christian at the center of a class-action suit challenging the detention of fellow Iraqi nationals in the Detroit area was granted a major victory in court.

Top 50 Countries Where Christians are Most Persecuted

Open Doors releases the 2020 World Watch List (WWL) of the top 50 countries where Christian persecution takes place around the world.

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