Will the World’s Largest Church Survive Amid Growing Hostility and Oppression?
Lisa Sharon Harper’s Thick Faith
Photo Essay: Among the Bajau “Sea Gypsy” People
One Hundred Thousand Flames
The Repatriated Missionary
THE NATIONS PODCAST
Episode 008 |
Captive In Iran
Episode 007 | Benji Nolot
Episode 006 | Mark Foreman
Episode 005 | Jacqueline Isaac
Episode 004 | Dave Eubank
Episode 001 | Steven Elliott
SHORT FILMS AND DOCUMENTARIES
A Portrait of Iraq
The Orphanless Orphanage
Iraq: A Forgotten Hope
‘Iraq: A Forgotten Hope’ unpacks the complexities of a land and its people who have been devastated by ISIS. The genocide displaced millions, enslaved women and children, and exposed questions that are difficult to answer. Join host, Mark Foreman, as he meets with political and religious leaders, frontline missionaries, and escaped ISIS slaves, in order to gain a clearer picture of this modern crisis.
“I see hope in a generation that has seen so much trauma that they no longer are limited by traditions. They can break the barriers of tradition because they’ve been taken away from their worlds.”
Nations journalists travel to the ends of the earth to tell stories of God’s presence in places of pain and persecution. These original features are published online and in our annual print magazine, Nations Journal.
Our documentary film series and video dispatches explore the church’s response to crisis in places with complex narratives.
Our global contributor network brings stories of hope to life. The Nations family is made up of writers, designers, photographers, filmmakers, and readers dedicated to bearing witness to the Gospel’s subversive hope.