Evangelicalism is bigger than many realize, containing a variety of beliefs and resources for reconciling Christianity with the 21st century. A UNC history professor offers a different way to define evangelicals.
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Though it receives little attention in the West, access to mental health care is one of the most critical health issues in Africa, says a Kenyan psychiatrist.
Every day but Sunday, people come to Mission Arlington for assistance, both physical and spiritual. Photo courtesy of Mission Arlington
Tillie Burgin never envisioned creating a multimillion-dollar social services nonprofit when, 27 years ago, she started a Bible class in a low-rent apartment complex in Arlington, Texas.
The Korean Peninsula is a divided land, long torn by hostility and enmity. But Christianity is a life-giving religion that can help write a new history even there, says the noted Korean-American church leader.
Missionaries have often tried to recreate their version of church abroad. But for Christianity to flourish in another land, it must adapt in its own way, says a scholar on Christianity in China.
A pastor from Japan, where Christians are less than 1 percent of the population, says numbers are not important. What is important is to obey and to follow Jesus, honestly and faithfully.