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Monday, February 28, 2022

The legacy of the late Dr. Paul Farmer

As the siege continued in Ukraine over the weekend, the country’s churches adapted their Sunday gatherings to serve their communities in crisis. In Russia, evangelical pastors spoke out in repentance and grief.

Shane & Shane’s new project is the latest effort to train kids in worship beyond memorizing “Jesus Loves Me.”

A small Christian college with sharply declining enrollment announced it had to “face the facts” and either change dramatically or die.

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson responded to her historic nomination to the US Supreme Court by thanking God.

Scripture interprets Scripture. This new cross-referencing book shows how.

Why reading political news on social media is spiritual formation.

In other news

Christians working in humanitarian aid remember the legacy of the late Dr. Paul Farmer, the global health pioneer and author of Mountains Beyond Mountains.

A First Amendment lawsuit over a Bible displayed in a veteran’s hospital was dismissed by a judge last week after the facility suggested a separate display.

Jan Collins, British publisher who promoted the Good News for Modern Man, has died at 92.

Michelangelo’s three “pietas” have been united for the first time in an exhibition in Florence, Italy.

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