Columnist Greg Mamula reflects on the power of stories and how we need stories that come from outside our immediate context to remind us of different experiences.
After the August 4, 2020 explosion in Beirut, Christianity Today spoke with Joseph Kassab, president of the Supreme Council of the Evangelical Community in Syria and Lebanon.Read full piece
On Tuesday (August 4), voters in Missouri passed a constitutional amendment to become the 38th state to expand Medicaid since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010. Some Baptist ministers campaigned for this effort for years.
References to the beauty and glory of Lebanon appear throughout the Old Testament. And in Jeremiah 22, the weeping prophet urges Jerusalem to cry for the destruction of Lebanon — a passage today seen through photos of the August 4, 2020 explosion in Beirut.
Jerry Falwell Jr.’s dream of athletic domination is in peril, largely due to backlash to his actions viewed as racially insensitivity.Read full piece
After a massive explosion rocked the Lebanese capital of Beirut Tuesday (August 4), Baptists in the country quickly requested prayers. The blast killed at least 73 people and injured more than 3,000 others.
Columnist Ken Satterfield unpacks how to use the HEIC photo format as church communicators may find themselves with new phones offering better ways of capturing and sharing ministry moments.
Christian author and activist Shane Claiborne critiques the resumption of federal executions in July as three people were killed after 17 years without a single federal execution.
Michael Gerson pushes back against the notion that the historical Jesus is White, and he explains the problems with viewing Jesus as such.Read full piece
While coronavirus outbreaks have occurred at multiple Christian camps, PASSPORT moved to a virtual format for this summer, breaking a 27-year run of in-person camps that have been held in 56 cities in 17 states and in six countries.Read full piece