The Promised Law: Egypt Authorizes New Churches
(UPDATED) After more than 160 years, restrictions on church building—including requiring Christians to get permission from the country’s president—are finally eased.
Josh Butler Resigns as Pastor Following TGC Article Backlash
The “Beautiful Union” author said the conversation around his book took an intense toll on his Tempe, Arizona, church.
From the Magazine
When Politics Saved 25 Million Lives
Twenty years ago, Republicans, Democrats, evangelicals, gay activists, and African leaders joined forces to combat AIDS. Will their legacy survive today’s partisanship?
Our Worship Is Turning Praise into Secular Profit
With corporate consolidation in worship music, more entities are invested in the songs sung on Sunday mornings. How will their financial incentives shape the church?