Phil Chorlian on How the Vineyard Movement Helped Its Churches to Break the 200...

Ed Stetzer: Today I am glad to welcome Phil Chorlian to The Exchange. Phil is Lead Pastor of North Jersey Vineyard Church. For this...

Seven Years After Creation, Papal Twitter Account Has Garnered Success, Criticism, and Comic Mishaps

Seven years ago on Dec. 12, then-Pope Benedict XVI published his first tweet before a crowd of prelates and faithful. With a tap on...

China Shuts Down More Churches, Threatens Christians

China’s crackdown on the booming house church movement continued this fall, with government officials raiding worship services and even telling Christians they could no...

British Evangelicals Brace for Brexit After Boris Johnson’s Election

British evangelicals are divided over Brexit. The January 31 deadline for the nation’s departure from the European Union is fast approaching, and Thursday’s elections...

US Senate Recognizes the Genocide of Armenian Christians as New Patriarch is Elected in...

Following years of frustration, Armenian Christians worldwide received a double blessing this week. For the first time in its history, the US Senate recognized the...

Tennessee Church Uses Coffee to Raise Money for Global Missions

If you're heading to Mount Harmony Baptist Church in Knoxville, Tenn., you don't need to stop at a fancy coffee shop on your way...

11 Kenyan Christians Killed After Al-Shabaab Ambushes Bus

As many as 11 Christians were killed in a Dec. 6 bus attack carried out by the Somali-based radical Islamic terrorist group Al-Shabaab in...

Kristina Arriaga on Why Turning the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Into a...

Kristina Arriaga, a USCIRF commissioner from 2016-19, has worked on religious freedom issues for more than 25 years. A former executive director of Becket...

The Virgin Mary Influence Spans Generations as the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe...

A few of the pilgrims walked barefoot up the mountain. Some danced to the sounds of a tamborazo ensemble pounding the drums and playing the...

After Government Endorsement, Cambodian Christians Are Eager to See the Gospel Keep Spreading in...

Bob Craft is the founder and president of Reach a Village. He has served in ministry throughout Southeast Asia for nearly 30 years and has...

God’s Grace Overcomes Divisions in Japan, Generations After WWII

The Walkers' family history was intertwined with Japan long before they landed there. Cornelia's father was an Army Air Force pilot who flew bombing...

World Evangelical Alliance Launches Global Clean Energy Campaign

Solar panels could be coming soon to a church near you. Through a campaign called Project 20.’25, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) has set...

Thomas Reese on Pope Francis Appointing Filipino Cardinal Tagle to Key Vatican Office

The Rev. Thomas J. Reese, a Jesuit priest, is a Senior Analyst at RNS. Previously he was a columnist at the National Catholic Reporter...

Missionaries Find Open Hearts in Québécois College Students

This year's Week of Prayer for International Missions in the Southern Baptist Convention was Dec. 1-8, focusing on Revelation 7:9 ("I saw a great multitude from...

Keith Getty on the Christmas Hymn ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem’

The very first talk I gave in the U.S. was at Harvard University -- I had been asked to give a talk on hymns...

Nativity Scene at California Church Depicts Holy Family Separated at the Border in Cages...

A Southern California church is protesting U.S. immigration policy by displaying a nativity with Joseph, Mary and Jesus isolated in their own chain-linked cages...

British Christian Doctor Wins Court Case, Won’t Lose Job Over Praying With Patient

A Christian doctor in the United Kingdom has been cleared of any wrongdoing following a three-month investigation into an allegation that his praying made...

23,000 Cambodians Hear the Gospel at Franklin Graham Evangelistic Event, Over 1,000 Salvations Reported

More than 23,000 heard the Gospel and 1,396 made the decision to give their live to Christ during a two-day Franklin Graham Festival over...

Over 23,000 Hear the Gospel, 1,396 Give Their Lives to Christ at Franklin Graham’s...

More than 23,000 heard the Gospel and 1,396 made the decision to give their live to Christ during a two-day Franklin Graham Festival over...

165,000 Christians Expected to Travel to Israel to Celebrate Christmas

Israel is prepared to welcome approximately 165,000 visitors to the Holy Land during the Christmas holiday season. The Tourism Ministry will help Christians celebrate the...