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Jill Nelson

Jill Nelson

Jill is a correspondent for WORLD. She is a graduate of World Journalism Institute and the University of Texas at Austin. Jill lives in Orange County, Calif., with her husband, two sons, and three daughters.

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Articles by Jill Nelson
Discipleship and Lebanese pizza

Discipleship and Lebanese pizza

Calling Muslims to follow Christ starts with inviting them into community

How a Lebanese man found Christ and the calling to bring the gospel to Muslims

Fox News agrees to settle with Dominion Voting Systems following defamation just before the trial was supposed to begin; The Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case of a postal worker who has been denied the right to take Sundays off for worship; former megachurch pastor Charles Stanley dies at age 90; Zelensky and Putin visit their troops ahead of anticipated Spring counteroffensive; New York firefighters rescue people trapped in a collapsed parking garage; fighting continues in Sudan despite a planned 24-hour ceasefire Tuesday evening; and California Senator Dianne Feinstein has not yet returned to the Senate as she continues a battle with shingles.

Armed conflict in Sudan leaves 200 dead and 2,000 injured since fighting began over the weekend; two American citizens of Chinese descent have been arrested for setting up a secret police station in New York City; An 85-year-old man in Kansas City, Missouri has been charged for shooting a 16-year-old boy who mistakenly rang his doorbell; Kevin McCarthy says the House will vote on legislation to raise the national debt ceiling; Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is back after six weeks recovering from a concussion; and Kenyan runner Evans Chebet won the Boston Marathon yesterday.


The ICC issues an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin while Xi Jinping visits Moscow

Jill Nelson | Muslims are increasingly interested in Christianity, but is the Church ready to give an answer?

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to new partnerships among some of the world’s most feared authoritarians

IN THE NEWS | In its war on Ukraine, Russia is increasingly relying on Iran and other pariah nations for weapons

A roundup of international events this year

Danger grows for religious leaders in Ukraine