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Opened September 24 in Washington, DC
Brazil is at the vanguard of the global trend of the evangelicalization of Christianity
How we handle memories does a lot to determine who we are.
Mousama’s simple but powerful prayer translated from Wusulu (a language spoken in the country of Mali and elsewhere).
What if the anti-immigrant forces have their way? What would New York City faith look like? What happened by 2013 among Brazilian churches gives a clue.
Jerusalem? I am always surprised that the Jews, Christians and Muslims can’t agree.
Journey Everwhere Feature: The youngest evangelists in the country’s Pentecostal churches try to balance the demands of their youth with those of their faith.
Imagine a city run by Preacher’s Kids (PKs). What kind of city do they envision?
Yamashita looks like trouble. A stocky man who enjoys weight lifting, tattoos, cars, and West Coast hip-hop, 32 year-old Yamashita does not seem like the “religious type.”
New York City became place where PK & Journey reporter Garrett Kling redefined his faith and here’s how.