The Outlook for the Church in Sudan

The North African region of Sudan – governed by British and Egyptian authorities until 1956 – has long been a hotbed for Muslim-Christian tensions. Embroiled in a conflict that spans two civil wars, it comprises a predominately Muslim Arab North Sudan and a...

Middle East Conference to Address Human Rights

The mandate of the Institute of Middle East Studies is “to bring about positive transformation in thinking and practice between Christians and Muslims in the Middle East and beyond.” In continuation with last year, the organizing team of this year’s...

16 Reflections Gleaned from 1 Day of Silence

We Protestants are wordy people. We are known for our emphasis on the Bible, the Word of God, and also for our preaching and evangelism. Words are our strength. But they are also our weakness. Often, in our prayers, we subject God to tedious monologues without...