These two traits summarize the practical outworking of a life changed by the gospel.
Tag Archives: Persecution
Though the church's wellbeing in China isn't where we'd like it to be, that's not the same as saying it's getting worse.
In the days ahead, you won't need to convince anyone of your immorality.
Increasingly persecuted in our day, the church can learn much from the African American experience.
Yesterday I pointed to the slaughter of Christians by militant Muslims in Nigeria. The New York Times has done a follow-up story noting how the death toll is rising. [Photo attribution: Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters]
We've decided to pull the video we had featured in this post until its accuracy can be verified. We agree with the following statement from Justin Taylor regarding the videos in question and add our apology for any contribution we may have made to confusion about the very real persecution of Christians going on in [...]
Adoniram Judson and Ko Tha Byu (“The Karen Apostle”) brought the gospel to the Karen people of Burma in 1828. Revival came and thousands from this animistic people were saved and baptized. Now 40% Christian, the Karen people are suffering and they need our prayers. Christians receive harsh treatment in Burma (also known as Myanmar), [...]
According to the Joshua Project, there are a little under 1.5 billion Muslims in the world, living among 3,317 different people groups. Scroll through this list and see how many of these people groups have 0.00% evangelical Christians. If we are serious about the Great Commission then we must be serious about reaching these groups [...]