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The brutal suppression of the peaceful democracy movement in Beijing plunged China’s intellectuals and educated young people into profound gloom and pessimism overnight. For the time being political activism seems hopeless, even suicidal in the face of an intransigent regime.
Using our heads and our hearts, we have an unprecedented opportunity to reach this unique group in the wake of Tiananmen Square.
Specific things parents can do to smooth some of the painful adjustments.
Here’s a step-by-step account of an alternative to face-to-face meetings.
North American and European Pentecostals need to recognize when God is doing in the world and work toward international cooperation.
Accepted missiology didn’t help when this village church planter moved from one tribe to another.
Efforts by Western Christians to help Romania yield valuable lessons—not all of them positive.
At Tenwek Hospital, Kenya, this is how the community health program got off the ground.
Halfway through Sunday mass, Father José walked slowly to his pulpit. As usual, his church was packed. The town of Benedita, Portugal, clings tightly to its Catholic traditions. “All Benedita has been talking about the evangelicals’ desire to start a church in our town,” Father José said, “and I’m going to tell you exactly what I think about it.”