Friday, October 23, 2020
Swiss Missionary Executed, Fellow Hostages Freed
Beatrice Stockli was kidnapped by Islamist extremists in Timbuktu, Mali, in January 2016.
World Watch Monitor
In Christian arbitration, the preacher was granted $1.45 million and the rights to Walk in the Word.
A Christian vision of the public square starts with being a different kind of people.
Tish Harrison Warren
In spiritual memoirs, son of prominent Christian family wrote about finding the fullness of his childhood faith in the Catholic church.
Young but growing community of former Muslims says Armenian warnings about genocide in Nagorno-Karabakh hurt the spread of the gospel.
Paul’s model for preaching with a missional edge.
A development economist and a disaster-relief expert show how to approach COVID-19 as “Shrewd Samaritans.”
Bruce Wydick and Kent Annan
Seattle Pacific, Houghton, and Gordon want prospective students to see Christian liberal arts colleges as an affordable option.
Concerns for racial justice must address disparities in education and school discipline.
Nicole Baker Fulgham
Characters in Scripture don’t “follow their dreams.” But some do stand out from the crowd.
Nijay K. Gupta
How I came to see the value and beauty of gatherings exclusively for people of color.
Regulators aim to prevent another Trinity HealthShare scam. But ministries plan to do it themselves.
Pastoring can take a toll on the souls of leaders. How can we deal with discouragement without losing our sense of calling and purpose?
The current conflict with Azerbaijan is rekindling fears, a century after genocide.
From teaching Sunday school to a national platform, Beth Moore has always followed her passion . . . and her conscience.
Turkish evangelicals seek forgiveness for genocide, while war in Nagorno-Karabakh dims chances in Azerbaijan.
Humans have a penchant for sacrifice, but it’s the Lord who makes it possible.