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Are the ’81 Percent’ Evangelicals? Is 81 Percent Accurate?

Has evangelicals’ support of Trump given way to a reputation among the broader public as perhaps the Trumpiest demographic in America.

The Top 50 Countries For Christian Persecution in 2021

The latest annual report of top 50 countries for Christian persecution lists both familiar and new countries around the world.

The Top 10 Discoveries in Biblical Archaeology of 2020

Here are 2020’s biggest stories about biblical archaeology, connecting us with ancient biblical times. See what excavations uncovered.

Meet the People Who Minister in America’s Food Chain

Meet pastors, farmers, field workers, and activists in California and North Carolina who minister to migrant farmworkers.

Church IS Essential: SCOTUS Gets It Right on Religious Liberty

SCOTUS' injunctive relief nods toward religious liberty by challenging New York City’s COVID-19 restrictions on in-person gatherings.

There’s No Pandemic Pause in Religious Persecution, Says Poland Ministerial

The 3rd annual conference to promote international religious freedom, held virtually, highlights how governments have exploited COVID-19.

Waiting on the Lord… and the Trump Biden Ballot Count

With no clear presidential victory in sight, blessed are those who wait on the Lord and battleground states' ballot counts.

Your Biblical Devotional is Not the Bible

Devotion is not just feeling, but action. So, while they are inspirational and motivational, daily devotionals are not replacements for the Bible.

Are Coronavirus Church Closings a Form of Persecution?

Church closings due to COVID-19 have been unsettling for many. But, do these closings constitute Christian persecution?

Are You Spiritually Shallow? Don’t ‘Believe Harder,’ Go Deeper in Faith

When we find ourselves living spiritually shallow lives, the antidote is not to believe harder, but go deeper in our faith. Here's why.
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When God Asks You to Pray for Difficult People

As followers of Christ, we are called to pray for our enemies and difficult people. What does a prayer for an enemy look like? Let's see.
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