America is Like Heaven
Rags and Righteousness: Basil the Holy Fool
Prophetic Imagination: An Interview with Shane Claiborne
Breaking Bonds of Silence: An Interview with Bryan Stevenson
Revival in Cuba’s Living Rooms
Photo Essay: The Cost of Education in Rural Nepal
At the Edge of Civil War, An Outpouring of Love
Historical Reformer: Dorothy Day
In Nepal’s remote villages, little to no road access and the threat of tigers means it’s tough for children to attend school.
At the edge of Myanmar’s civil war, Ray and Candace Ward find more love.
“The church is learning to become more socially conscious, and trying to discern the use of violence and why it started and how it will end.”
The women’s liberation movement in India owes its beginnings to one woman, and the redeeming power of Christ in her life.
In the face of ongoing attacks, an Indian pastor continues to preach healing in India’s second-largest state.
In the midst of loss and grief, God helped Areefa to stand up and walk.
Meet the Nomavuka family: locals ringing in a new era of reformation for the township of Kayamandi and surrounding communities.
Milly and Robert’s faith was irresponsible. It was what I came to Uganda to find.
Education opened Godfrey Lugoloobi’s future. Now he’s changing the future of Uganda’s students.
On the island of Nosy Be, Madagascar, a group of mothers invite renewal into the community through art.
To know Manenberg is to know a renewed world is on her way, told best by those who belong not only to her, but to one another.
In pursuing missions work, she gave up a future as England’s greatest painter. But however strong the call to artistic endeavors was, the call to ministry
Basil the Holy Fool lived in the peculiar, upside-down Kingdom in which the first become last, and the last become first.
Gregory Palamas was an aristocrat who rejected wealth, an intellectual who valued experience, a monk who found a path forward into the heart of Christianity.
Throughout revolution and conflict—with violence raging at its doorstep—Bespalov’s church keeps its doors open, practicing mercy and hospitality.
“People are so drawn to freedom, especially in a country that throughout history has been overtaken and conquered and oppressed.”
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.
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...
“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.”
Jessica Courtney shares how digital work opportunities for displaced people in Iraq provides a powerful interception point for peace.
Palestinian Peacemaker Sami Awad believes that loving the enemy can turn the Holy Land into holy ground.
In remembrance of the Sinjar massacre, we checked in with reformer Dave Eubank about the hope he sees in Iraq.
Young Iranian men who arrived on Cyprus as asylum seekers share their stories of coming to faith.
Even though Wahid’s imprisonment and the subsequent pressure forced him out of his home country, the church in Iran continues to grow.
Displaced by violence, Missoula’s Congolese community fights to honor their culture while adjusting to life on a new continent.
Nations Media interviews Shane Claiborne, a Christian activist and author who is a leading figure in the New Monasticism movement.
In this installment of our historical reformer series, we look to Dorothy Day and her “revolution of the heart.”
We are instructed to tend to the earth and keep it, and ecological justice—sanitation included—cannot be separated from that mandate.
“Jesus took and trained our simple ‘yes’ into the most radical, beautiful decision of our lives.”
Editor’s Note: This is the second installment in our “Women of Valor” series. For the next few months, we will be spotlighting courageous female reformers around the globe and throughout history. We pray that their stories will inspire you, dear reader, to boldly take...
CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
“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.”
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.
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.
Following Peter’s attack and only halfway through their missionary commitment to ENLACE, the DeSotos decided that leaving would do more harm than good.
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
300 miles south of Miami on the island of Cuba, revival has quietly transformed a country where many believed God had been pushed out.
Describing life in community with their Puerto Rican neighbors, he reaches for words and settles on this: “There’s nothing like it.”
In volume one, James Galt introduced you to Pastor Manuel, a humble Cuban man who leads a number of house churches in Havana, Cuba.