More than 700 participate in first Korean World Missionary Fellowship convocation to be held within Korea. Long before K-pop swept the world, South Korean missionaries traversed it. More than 20,000 missionaries belong to the Korean World Missionary Fellowship (KWMF), which last month held its first convocation hosted in Korea after decades of convening in the United States. Despite the pandemic postponing the quadrennial event, the hybrid gathering cohosted by evangelical Handong Global University in the port city of Pohang drew 300 missionaries in-person and 400 virtually from 75 nations. There was a tone of urgency among senior missionaries at the…

More Christian music programs are accommodating students who want to play sanctuaries rather than concert halls. For college students preparing for music ministry, new and evolving programs offer more options than ever. Christian colleges, like institutions across higher ed, feel increasing pressure to offer specialty training for lucrative fields like business and science, sometimes with humanities programs taking cuts. At the same time, several major music programs are growing—in part out of a confidence that the student demand and job market is there. The church will always need writers, performers, leaders, and creators. “We feel obligated to develop these resources,”…

One summer in a hippie commune soured me on the ’60s counterculture. God met me in my disillusionment. The year 1968 was a momentous one for me. All around the country, revolution was in the air. I was a freshman architectural student in Boston, with nothing to prevent me from being radicalized. I grew up in a liberal Congregational church, which my sister and I attended with my mother. During my junior year of high school, my mother—at the behest of my uncle, a Gideons member—came to genuine faith at a Baptist church where the gospel was preached. (My father,…

Protests against Nigeria’s SARS police unit have subsided, but the broader, youth-led movement demanding more accountability has not.

For those in Generation X who are taking care of both their parents and their children, the coronavirus pandemic is posing a major challenge.

Democratic contenders defy stereotypes about age and point to cooperation across generations.

Young people are moving back to farms on the Great Plains. Can they save rural America?

The more we can mobilize our young people, the better. Ed:Tell us more about Together 2018. What is it, and how can people get involved? Nick: We believe there's a generation, with 18-20-year-olds at its center, that is experiencing a new movement of Jesus. So, we started to call Together the “Together Generation.” Together ’16 was around the national mall. Together 2018 will be down in Dallas/Ft. Worth, and in 2020 it’s likely we’ll be back on the national mall. In and around these big events, there are these waves that happen. We believe the events are propelling this ongoing…

Generation Z has numerous characteristics that define them. For example, they are recession marked, Wi-Fi enabled, multicultural to the core and sexually fluid. But we can now add a new mark that no research I am aware of has previously uncovered. We can now say they are the loneliest generation on the planet.

People aren’t reading the Bible because they think it is irrelevant to everyday life. But they’re missing out on a Hebrews 4:12 truth.