A Kingdom Without Borders
Sep 8, 2021
Neither the gates of hell nor the borders of the most God-hating governments on earth can prevail against Jesus. No countries are closed to Christ.
Remember Our Chains
The State of the Persecuted Church
Jan 20, 2021
In the providence of God, persecution is more than an obstacle to the gospel. It is a means of advance.
Missionary Confidence in the Face of New Critics
Oct 18, 2020
If we could see what God has done to reconcile enemies in war-torn countries around the world, how might we see our nearby tensions differently?
You Cannot Keep Your Life
Courageous Stories for Coronavirus Days
May 7, 2020
While the coronavirus spreads and threatens, remember that courage is just as contagious as fear, and revisit our great reasons for fearlessness.
Across Continents and Centuries
Why Church History Is Our History
Apr 29, 2019
When, as a Christian, you study church history as a believer, you are studying your history.
Headscarves and Hashtags
Other Voices in the Same-God Debate
Mar 8, 2016
The “same God” controversy is the kind of “debate” that plays out mostly on social media and largely among Christians and secularists. But there are other voices that ought to be heard on the subject.
Iwo Jima and the Monumental Sacrifice
Feb 23, 2015
“Some people wonder all their lives if they made a difference,” Ronald Reagan once said. Then he added, “The Marines don’t have that problem.” That was certainly true of the Marines who fought and died on a little island called…
Stumbling into the Future
Aug 3, 2014
A century ago today, August 3, with the German invasion of Belgium and the British declaration of war in response, the conflict on the continent became a world war. None of this, of course, could be seen on that day
A Letter to the Caliph
Jul 28, 2014
Background: The latest headline-making iteration of Islamic terror is the Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), which split with Al-Qaeda in 2010 because (believe it or not) Al-Qaeda was too timid in their use of violence and too slow…
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