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Praying for Haiti After Another Devastating Earthquake

Christian leaders in Haiti share what is different for believers between 2010 and now, after another deadly earthquake.

What Christian Aid Workers Want You to Know About Afghanistan

The church was at work in Afghanistan long before America’s “forever war” began—and will remain at work there now that the war has ended.

‘They Cannot Burn Jesus Out of Me’: Mozambique Pastors Serve Survivors of Violent Insurgency

Despite the risks in Mozambique, Christians are flocking to camps and targeted villages to provide resources and spiritual care.

How the Critical Race Theory Debate Distracts from God’s Justice

In the conflict over racial issues and critical race theory, the position to “just preach the gospel” misses the gospel.

Social Media and Christians: How to Give Good Faith Answers

Christian engagement on social media should be distinguished by our commitment to always speak in good faith.

Pastors, Keep Your Cup Filled in a World That Empties It

If pastors constantly pour into the lives of others—into ministry—who's pouring into their lives? Here's a plan to help.

Promise Keepers Tried to End Racism 25 Years Ago. It Almost Worked.

As new racial tensions divide the country, Promise Keepers leaders wonder what they could have done differently.

140 Nigerian Baptist Students Kidnapped in Kaduna

More than 100 students at a Baptist boarding school in Nigeria’s northern state of Kaduna were captured early Monday morning in what Nigerian church leaders call the worst kidnapping of Christians to date.

Being a Faithful Boss When a Pandemic Nearly Kills Your Industry

A Christian restauranteur relies on God while navigating his first major layoffs, angry customers, closures, and the continued challenges brought on by COVID-19.

Hillsong Atlanta Launches Sunday Services

Sam Collier, Hillsong’s first African American senior pastor, calls for revival in the birthplace of civil rights.
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Boasting about our accomplishments won't draw others to Christ or to us. We need to be secure in our identity in Him and know we are valuable to God with or without our achievements.
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