Despite those quibbles, I came to admire deeply Dobson’s life and career. He lived in the public eye for more than 50 years without a whiff of scandal. The organizations he led were transparent with ...
EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Christian Ponzi Schemes, and Elevation Worship Ticket Prices
Obviously a pastor, ministry or nonprofit leader is primarily there because of the mission, but when is that an excuse not to pay them what they’re worth?
EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Celebration Church, Small Is Beautiful, and Wins For Investigative Journalism
EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Respect for Marriage Act, Bible Translation, and Samaritan’s Purse
Following RZIM’s Money, What’s Going On At American Bible Society?
(Open Doors) — A year after the Taliban takeover, life in Afghanistan for Christians and other religious minorities is a hellscape.
Now, a year after the Taliban takeover, what is life in Afghanistan like, especially for Christians and other religious minorities? Put simply, it’s a hellscape. The Taliban’s ideology, and the system of government they’ve installed, ...
EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Matt Chandler, World Vision, and Wycliffe Bible Translators
OPINION--During many years as a consultant to churches and ministries worldwide, one of the most frustrating challenges I’ve discovered within Christian organizations is an overemphasis on loyalty.