A former user, now patient, looking out over the wall from the Dukahtawng detox center. (Image Credit: Josh McDonald)

Christian Vigilantes in Myanmar Have Taken the Fight Against Heroin Traffickers Into Their Own...

In Kachin state, northern Myanmar, one person in every household is addicted to heroin, an extremely addictive drug derived from the poppy plant common...
Filipinos visit the graves of their departed loved ones in Makati (EPA)

Christians Around the World Mark All Saints’ Day, Remembering Those Who Have Died in...

Christians around the world are remembering Christian saints, martyrs and dead loved ones to mark All Saints’ Day 2017 today. The feast day, sometimes called...

France, Poland Clash Over Court’s Ruling to Remove Cross from Statue of Pope John...

A diplomatic spat has erupted between France and Poland over a top court order to remove a cross from a statue of the late...

Faith Leaders Call Out Segregation of American Church on Reformation’s 500th Anniversary

In the spirit of the legendary 95 theses of German priest and scholar Martin Luther addressing widespread abuse in the Church in his day, the Mosaix Global...

5 Church Leaders in Sudan Arrested for Preaching the Gospel to Muslims

Pastors in Sudan are speaking out against the arrests of five church leaders last week for allegedly "disturbing the peace," and said that Christians...

Celebration Over Defeat of ISIS in Iraq is Turning into Depression for Christian Communities

Christian communities in Iraq celebrated when ISIS was driven out of their communities. However, the extent of destruction they left in their wake is...

Egyptian Christians Call for End to Discrimination as Government Shuts Down 3 Churches

Coptic Christians in the south of Egypt renewed calls on local authorities for an end to discrimination, after a number of churches have been...

Greek Orthodox Patriarch Says Christians in Middle East Are a ‘Beacon of Truth in...

Calling on Western partners to help keep Christianity in its ancient homeland, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch John X Yazigi said Christians in the...

UK Church Bans Singing ‘Onward Christian Soldiers’ on Remembrance Sunday to Not Offend Non-Christians

A church in the United Kingdom will not sing the hymn, "Onward, Christian Soldiers," during the service on Remembrance Sunday, which commemorates the contribution...

5 Ways to Use Social Media When You’re Not Doing Promotions by Kem Meyer

Too often, institutions behave as if communications is synonymous with promotions. Promotions is one, singular layer of a communications strategy, but it is not an interchangeable word...

How to Win the Battle for Your Christian Mind by Jeff Myers

The battle for your Christian mind is a battle of ideas. As ministry leaders, we need to constantly remind those we teach that mindless...

Benny Hinn’s Nephew Rejects Prosperity to Find the Gospel

For years, Costi Hinn helped spread what he believed was the “good news” to both prosperous and poverty-stricken listeners around the world. After each...

3 Lessons on Church Change From Nehemiah by Charles Stone

If your church is not changing, it’s not growing. I heard someone once say, “Don’t be afraid of change. You might lose something good,...

8 Reasons Why Most Churches Don’t Break the 200 Attendance Mark by Carey Nieuwhof

While social media, and even traditional media, are still preoccupied with megachurches and multisite churches, the reality is that most churches in North America...

The Right Decision Is Better Than a Quick Decision by Brandon Cox

If you aspire to lead an organization with greater confidence, you’ve no doubt felt the pressure to be the bold decision maker—the one out front...

5 Things I’ve Learned Since Leaving Full-Time Ministry by Jake Ray

I still remember it quite well. I had recently come to faith in Christ and everything was electric; everything in my young world was...

Church George Washington Attended Removes Plaque Honoring First President, Uses Hebrews 13:2 as Justification

The historic Episcopalian Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia, has decided to rip out a plaque that honors the nation's first President George Washington. The...

Pope Says Christians Can Shape Future by Promoting Political Dialogue in Europe

Pope Francis says that Christians can help shape Europe’s future by promoting political dialogue “especially where it is threatened and where conflict seems to...

Ed Stetzer: The Great Divide (in the Church) in 2016, and Why It Still...

It’s been eleven months since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. And even as I reflect on the 2016 election now,...

Ed Stetzer On the The Opioid Crisis and the Church’s Response

This past year, opioids claimed 59,000 lives in the United States. This number is staggering when we consider those who avoided overdose. Add to...