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Interview: From Tiananmen’s Most-Wanted to Followers of Jesus

Though Tiananmen translates as “The Gate of Heavenly Peace,” the Beijing city square is known for something utterly destructive: the June 4, 1989, massacre where Chinese troops fired on nonviolent student demonstrators, killing thousands—deaths that the government still has not publicly acknowledged. The historic event came amid a national movement …

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Sermons Alone Don’t Make You a Teaching Church

The woman was patient and gracious, but clearly concerned. “Why are we showing this movie, and why aren’t we presenting the gospel as part of the event?” This friend from our congregation was referring to what had recently become an annual tradition at our church to show the movie The …

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The Church is on the Move

Often, we forget to consider the spread of Christianity across the globe from a geographical perspective. We read the New Testament with eyes and ears that are largely ignorant to the places Luke mentions in Acts or Paul writes about in the prison Epistles. Most Christians have heard of Jerusalem—the …

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