Faith is growing in the tropics. So are the temperatures and the tides.
Notes from the Global Church
As Protestants gain numbers, a sizable world of Christian music in many genres has emerged.
Tigray, in northern Ethiopia, is in turmoil.
How the Church of South India and Church of North India were formed—and how they fare today.
Likely with both praise and blame.
The Afropean saint is reemerging amid a swelling African diaspora.
As the global population ages, it’s unclear what will bind people to faith.
In Latin America, faith and politics are being disentangled.
Americans don’t have to look as far away as Europe for an example of how quickly secularization can come.
Most LDS members are not from the United States. The church’s leadership and practices are another story.
In the remote northeast region, Christianity has flourished for generations.
James Ault’s new documentary offers a window into a vast and exciting musical world.
The Londoners who come to Aylesford as pilgrims are an impressively polychrome microcosm of Christianity.
It utterly reshaped the country’s religious landscape.
Why is the world’s largest church building in Yamoussoukro?