Tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees are coming to the US without special status or government funding for resettlement, putting more responsibility on ministries who care for refugees to support them through donations and volunteers.
We can all read the Bible on our phones these days, but that doesn’t mean we should. Wesley Hill makes the case for hanging onto your printed Bible.
A Hollywood vocal coach shares her testimony of how God called her to sing a new song.
There are many many histories of evangelicalism, but here’s a book that tells the history of evangelism, and two other notable new titles.
In other news
The Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission has a new interim president as it begins a quarter-million-dollar project to examine abuse across SBC churches.
The guitarist from the Christian band Kutless, known for songs like “Carry Me to the Cross” and albums like Live From Portland, has become a regional director for a mission organization sending Bibles to Eastern Europe.
Stolen church doors returned after 47 years.