(RNS) A Q&A with Ambassador Deborah L. Birx of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief on HIV prevention and how churches can help
(RNS) Yuan is recognized as one of the leading preachers and theologians for the global Chinese Christian community, which has at least 70 million Christians and more overseas.
(RNS) “We never gave the bad guys one penny,” the Rev. Andrew White, the acclaimed "Vicar of Baghdad," said in denying charges that money used to redeem sex slaves ended up in the hands of the Islamic State group.
(RNS) Tom Lin, 43, a Chicago native, Harvard grad, one-time missionary to Mongolia, was recently named the first non-white president of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
(RNS) Christians in Iraq’s Kurdish north, Jordan, and Lebanon are becoming more innovative in responding to the needs of refugees. U.S. churches can learn from them, Rich Stearns said.
(RNS) Now in his mid-80s, Donn Ketcham has never faced criminal prosecution or civil litigation.
(RNS) The campaign follows Target's announcement that transgender customers may use the restroom that “corresponds with their gender identity.
(RNS) Georgia-based MAP International has joined World Vision, Plan International, Save the Children, UNICEF, CARE and Samaritan's Purse to help with rescue and recovery.
(RNS) The Southern Baptist Convention’s International Mission Board and a dozen other Christian groups will raise awareness in American churches through the #PrayForRefugees campaign.
(RNS) Naghmeh Abedini filed domestic legal papers to ensure her children stay in Boise, where she is living.
NAPERVILLE, Ill. (RNS) A meeting billed as the largest gathering of evangelicals on refugees calls on American Christians to overcome anxieties about differences of religion.
WHEATON, Ill. (RNS) They said there are nearly 60 million displaced or refugee people worldwide, “a humanitarian crisis of unprecedented size.”
(RNS) Fear of gossip and judgmental reactions routinely prevents churchgoing women who are considering an abortion from first seeking the counsel of pastors or others in their church, according to a new survey by an evangelical polling group.
(RNS) Naghmeh Abedini's accusations raise the question: Why do evangelical women wait so long before reporting spousal abuse?
(RNS) Some argue that the best response to the bloody terrorist attacks in Paris is a war on terrorism and militant Islamic ideology, while others favor Christian reconciliation and pacifism.