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Bibles in the Barricades

Bibles in the Barricades

Throughout revolution and conflict—with violence raging at its doorstep—Bespalov’s church keeps its doors open, practicing mercy and hospitality.

Growing the Global Family

Growing the Global Family

“People are so drawn to freedom, especially in a country that throughout history has been overtaken and conquered and oppressed.”

Flight from an Iranian Prison

Flight from an Iranian Prison

In many ways, Shamal’s life might be divided in two from this point forward. It was not the beginning of his escape from Iran that marked the separation, but the point at which he met Christ.

One Hundred Thousand Flames

One Hundred Thousand Flames

GREECEI came to Greece to see refugees. Instead I met the people who will disciple Europe. By Annelise JolleyPhotos by Easton KawawakiApr 15, 2019Click below to listen to the audio version of this story.  This is not a story about refugees. This is a story about what...

MIDDLE EAST

Renewed Earth, Ancient Trees

Renewed Earth, Ancient Trees

“The best thing that North American Christians can do to better engage in creation care is to listen to our brothers and sisters in the Global South.”

Remembering Sinjar

Remembering Sinjar

In remembrance of the Sinjar massacre, we checked in with reformer Dave Eubank about the hope he sees in Iraq.

NORTH AMERICA

This is God’s Table

This is God’s Table

Rev. Anna Woofenden is the founding pastor of the Garden Church and Feed and Be Fed Farm in San Pedro, California. She now serves as the Protestant Chaplain at Amherst College and co-hosts the Food and Faith Podcast. She is the author of This is God’s Table: Finding Church Beyond the Walls and has written for various publications.

A Letter From Our Founder

Watching the slow murder of George Floyd should have been incomprehensible. I’ve witnessed a flood of emotions and responses wash over social media that have mirrored my own internal world: anger, confusion, grief, hopelessness, and a sense of helplessness that has tempted me towards despair. I’ve found myself asking the tired question again, “Why is this still happening?”

Lisa Sharon Harper’s Thick Faith

Lisa Sharon Harper’s Thick Faith

We live in an age when politics and faith traditions alienate us from each other instead of unite us. Having lived and worked within political movements, I know from experience that life on the inside of politics is as dark as it looks from the outside. But when we...

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

From Nicaragua with Love

From Nicaragua with Love

“I had every reason to be a very broken person. But I discovered a real God who healed my broken heart so I can help bring healing to other broken hearts.”

Dispatch: Nicaragua

Dispatch: Nicaragua

When I think of Mike, Mauricio, and the Herrings, I think of the Kingdom of Heaven. I think of the story Jesus told of the man who discovered treasure in a field and sold all he had to obtain it.

Journey into the Amazon

Journey into the Amazon

For decades, followers of Christ have left the Amazonas capital city of Manaus to live out the good news of the Gospel in the Amazon River Basin’s most untouched places.

Gunshot Echoes (Part 2)

Gunshot Echoes (Part 2)

Following Peter’s attack and only halfway through their missionary commitment to ENLACE, the DeSotos decided that leaving would do more harm than good.

Gunshot Echoes (Part 1)

Gunshot Echoes (Part 1)

Peter and Dara DeSoto had an ordinary life. Many people would’ve considered it far better than ordinary: Peter, a charismatic and passionate young man

THE CARIBBEAN

A New Era, A New Hope

A New Era, A New Hope

In volume one, James Galt introduced you to Pastor Manuel, a humble Cuban man who leads a number of house churches in Havana, Cuba.

OCEANIA