If we’re serious about the refugee crisis, we must deal with the source of the problem before someone reaches our borders.
Social media campaigns have created offline change for religious organizations.
Recovering from its policy shift on hiring employees in same-sex marriages, World Vision tries to shore up its evangelical base.
A journalist and longtime observer of American religious culture offers some advice to his evangelical friends.
Some would defund poor children to make a dogmatic point. Others want to force all of Christendom on their journey into apostasy.
After Chick-fil-A, Phil Robertson, and World Vision, evangelicals should rethink their response to — and creation of — public squabbles over gay marriage.
From Chick-fil-A to Phil Robertson to World Vision, evangelicalism is embroiled in a public struggle over how to respond to the growing acceptance of homosexuality.
I want my friends who are gay to serve next to me. I also want to embrace traditional Christianity.
The large Christian relief agency signals a policy shift, inviting swift criticism from evangelical thought leaders.