The 33 trapped Chilean miners emerged from their ordeal as more faithful men.
The historic Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization will take place October 16–25, 2010 in Cape Town, South Africa.
When believers are friends, they relate to one another in a unique way.
New research examines expressions of faith in U.S. metropolitan areas.
Mark Mittelberg interviews Dr. Jack Hayford about what we can learn from the Azusa Street Revival.
A new Barna study shows people like to discuss religion more than allow it to change them.
Is your church service compelling?
Ed Stetzer interviews Darrin Patrick on church planting and the state of the gospel in the church today.
We can stop AIDS. It is a preventable disease. It isn’t good enough to manage it.
Christian students are disciplined for distributing donuts to teachers along with Bible verses.
Churches fall behind restaurants, pubs and sports bars when it comes to favorite places to meet new friends.
We talk to King about TwitChange, his idea to raise funds for Haiti using Twitter and celebrities.
Thom Rainer shares the results of a study on what makes nonchurched people come to church.
Learn how and why your church should get in the game of sports evangelism.
These ads are designed to let atheists and nonreligious people know "they're not alone."
Prominent church leaders discuss worship as evangelism.
An excerpt from the fascinating story of a man's conversion from Islam to Christianity.
Pete Wilson: Your leadership will not be defined by how you do when the sea is smooth but when the waves are crashing.
The Wall Street Journal reported a drop of 9.6% in world hunger today.
Many non-churchgoers avoid church because of a negative experience.