Rod Anderson

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Sanya Richards-Ross on Letting God Take Control

Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross, known as the fastest woman in history (at 400 meters) in track and field, suffered a career-ending injury in 2016 after training to compete in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but says she now sees how God worked it all together for good.

A Critical Eye on 'The Benedict Option'

Scholars and defenders of religious liberty are responding to a best-selling book that argues Christians should strategically and temporarily withdraw from politics, calling its implications "spiritually lazy."

Christian Refugees Find No Refuge

A Christian charity is pressuring the Greek government to change a policy that is preventing homeless Christian refugees who fled persecution, bullying and threats inside the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos from being able to apply for asylum and gain help via the United Nations

The Tale of Egypt's Coptic Martyrs

One of the survivors of the massacre of 29 Egyptian Christians in Minya in May said that the Islamic State extremists forced the women off the bus and ordered them to renounce their faith in Christ, but the Copts refused.

The Church of England Goes LGBT

The General Synod of the Church of England has officially passed a motion welcoming and affirming transgender people to the church. A top bishop also declared that being LGBT is "not a sin."

The Story of 'His Only Picture'

A Chicago-based pro-life group has launched a new campaign that aims to show the human faces behind over 2,000 abortions performed on average in the United States every day.