Everything you ever wanted to know about Gary Chapman, author of the The Five Love Languages . For starters, he doesn’t know he’s famous.
American evangelicals have spent a lot of time worrying about rising crime when, historically, it wasn’t rising. Now that trends seem to have changed, how should Christians respond to an increase in crime?
The amount of money that Kenyan emigrants are sending back to a refugee camp has dropped as a result of COVID-19, increasing the need for humanitarian aid. As CT previously reported, the coronavirus raises the question, who is my COVID-19 neighbor?
What courageous Christianity looks like in the face of racism. Best-selling historian Jemar Tisby joins Where Ya From? to talk about the American church’s past—and future.
In other news
A leader with the Christian Association of Nigeria died in a mob attack on his home, church, and school.
Christian groups helped bring food, supplies, and COVID-19 tests to thousands of Haitian migrants in Del Rio, Texas.
Gregory B. Brewton, a music professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, has died at 65.
Taking “green pastures” and “quiet waters” literally: A garden inspired by Psalm 23 won the British Bible Society a gold medal at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.
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