- Our July/August Issue: War StoriesAmid the ashes, beauty stands out.
- They Fled Ukraine, and Ukraine FollowedEscaping Russian missiles, some exiled believers found a new sense of purpose helping refugees.русский
- The Foreigner’s Blessing That Broke MeAmong Ukrainian exiles, I found miraculous perseverance in the absence of deliverance.
- ‘Thou Shalt Not Kill’: Ukrainian Orthodox Church Ruptures Relations with RussiaPossible manufacture of holy oil a signal of declaration of independence from Moscow patriarchate, while still opposing rival breakaway church.русскийУкраїнська
- Eurovision Win Offers Momentary Joy for Ukrainians“In the midst of a horrific, diabolical invasion,” Christians celebrate their country's recent victory in the global song competition.
- Why Taiwan’s Christians Should Support Ukraine: A Theological RationaleChristian solidarity doesn’t derive from civil religion, but from the church’s role in redemptive history amid world history.简体中文繁體中文
- Photos Show Ukraine’s Bible Belt Struck Down But Not DestroyedAfter Russia’s withdrawal from Kyiv suburbs, Irpin evangelical ministries emulate the scattered yet persevering church from Acts 8.简体中文繁體中文русскийУкраїнська
- UK Christians Welcome Refugees amid Frustrations with Immigration ProcessThe churches are willing. But the bureaucracy is weak.
- Ukraine’s Refugee Crisis ‘Woke Up’ Networks of Roma EvangelicalsIn Eastern Europe, the faithful rallied to welcome all, but churches have shifted to focus on fellow Roma who face discrimination as they flee.
- How Russian Christians View the ‘Special Military Operation’ in UkraineTorn between “pro-Putin” and “pro-prayer,” only a minority have spoken out publicly against the invasion. Ukrainian seminary leaders call for repentance.español简体中文繁體中文русскийУкраїнська