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Struck down, but not destroyed

Struck down, but not destroyed

Current and former members of Early Rain church in Chengdu, China, have experienced raids and arrests for practicing their faith, but the work of the church continues, even as some still draw attention to its plight from abroad

In Afghanistan, change was everywhere if you had eyes to see

One year after a massive port explosion, Lebanon struggles to rebound

Decades after helping to grow Sudan’s church, Michael Yerko Nadi prays on

Mysterious hackers disrupt a church talk on politics, raising concerns about internet surveillance
Churches are figuring out how to meet virtually during the coronavirus pandemic
Hundreds of New Yorkers gather to pray for China’s persecuted Christians
Europe’s rethinking of its post-war institutions raises questions about prospects for peace and a Christian witness on the continent
A communal mountain tribe in Taiwan is attracting tourists while showcasing its indigenous heritage and Christian faith
For some, a choice between livelihood and Christian identity