Becoming a secret pastor


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Hameedullah* works as a church leader in a country known for intense persecution of Christians.

Awakening Latin America


The Doulos in port | photo: OM

 

For the first half of the 20th century, Latin America was an almost exclusively Catholic continent. Though the gospel had been preached in Latin countries for decades, the local evangelical church hadn’t grown significantly. In 1970, only 4% of the population identified as evangelical and the continent was still considered a mission field. But this was about to change.

Churches & OFSTED update


Lord Nash | photo: Wiki

 

An outcry by Christians over plans to register and inspect Sunday schools is forcing the Government to ‘tread carefully’ over the matter, it emerged in mid-January.

Abuse scandal covered up for years


John Smyth

John Smyth

 

In early February, abuse allegations from the 1970s came to light about a leader at the Iwerne camps, now run by The Titus Trust.

How long have we got?


photo: iStock

photo: iStock

 

[These] freedoms are now under threat, particularly in the United Kingdom but also in other Western countries. This is a three-pronged attack.

Indonesia & Malaysia: Sharia’s forward march


Jakarta, capital of Indonesia | photo: iStock

Jakarta, capital of Indonesia | photo: iStock

 

The version of Islam found in the Muslim majority countries of Southeast Asia – Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei – has long been regarded as a more moderate face of the religion.

Beauty from brokenness


Emotions at the wedding

Emotions at the wedding

 

One of the two sisters brutally gang-raped by three young Muslim men at gunpoint in Jaranwala, Pakistan, during November 2014, was married to a loving Christian husband on 20 December 2016.