Day: October 10, 2018

We Interviewed 20 Christians Who Traveled to North Korea. Now They Can’t.

About 70 faith-based groups must surmount legal hurdles to engage the restrictive nation. It’s been a year since the Trump administration banned Americans—including most humanitarian workers—from North Korea, following the death of Otto Warmbier, an American university student whose imprisonment left him in a vegetative state. Last month, the administration renewed the ban for a Read More

Christians Win the Great British Cake Off

In the UK version of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ashers Baking Company secures a bigger legal victory in the gay cake debate. Evangelicals in the United Kingdom secured a major legal victory for freedom of conscience today, as the nation’s Supreme Court ruled on behalf of a Christian bakery that declined to fulfill an order for a Read More

Susannah Spurgeon Lived for Christ Without Leaving Her Home

Her behind-the-scenes ministry reminds us that pastors (and their spouses) can’t be reduced to a package of roles and gifts. The pastor of the church I attended in college had a strong personality, a firm handle on Scripture, and a clear gift for expository preaching. This, in fact, was my entire perception of him: the Read More