Ambassadors for Christ
 

Revival for Mission / 246 VIEWS

As an official ambassador for the United States, The Honorable Kathryn Proffitt exemplified what it means to represent a country and its head of state. As a Seventh-day Adventist, she sees many parallels in what it means to be an Ambassador for Christ and seeks to help others embrace their mission as they look to Jesus as the Master Ambassador.

 
Do We Really Understand Religious Freedom?
 

Global Affairs Today / 115 VIEWS

Religious freedom is something that many of us simply take for granted. But do we really understand all the rights and responsibilities it brings? We take a closer look at this fundamental human right.

 
Welcoming Strangers: What Do We Owe Refugees and Migrants?
 

Global Affairs Today / 94 VIEWS

The world is experiencing a surge in the numbers of people fleeing violence or poverty and this humanitarian crisis has raised many difficult questions. We take a closer look at how faith informs our attitude toward migrants and refugees.

 
Surviving Horrific Situations
 

Revival for Mission / 70 VIEWS

Few people dig their own graves and survive to tell their story. Phodidias Ndamyumugabe is a survivor of the Rwandan genocide. Although he lost everything but his life, his story of forgiveness and courage will touch your heart.

 
Prophecies and Politics: The Impact of Conspiracy Theories
 

Global Affairs Today / 60 VIEWS

It seems like conspiracy theories are on the rise everywhere—they’re in our social media feeds and even repeated within our circles of friends and family. We’re asking: How do these theories gain power, and how can we sort fact from fiction?

 
Can the Government Really Do That? Covid Restrictions on Worship
 

Global Affairs Today / 52 VIEWS

As governments around the world closed houses of worship in response to Covid-19, many people began to ask: How far can governments legitimately restrict my religious practice? We dig deep into questions about how robust our religious freedoms really are.

 
The Lost Art of Civil Discourse
 

Global Affairs Today / 36 VIEWS

In many countries around the world, it seems like the public discourse is getting louder, angrier and more polarized. We’re asking: Is there a way to cut through all the noise and restore calmer, more respectful ways of disagreeing?

 
Blasphemy and Free Speech
 

Global Affairs Today / 35 VIEWS

In many countries, criticizing religion or even expressing religious doubt can land you with a fine, a jail sentence, or—in some cases—the death penalty. We’re exploring the tragedy of blasphemy and apostasy laws and asking what these can teach us about learning to accept others whose beliefs are different to our own.

 
Who Am I? A Search for Identity
 

Revival for Mission / 34 VIEWS

It wasn’t easy growing up in East Germany. When the Berlin Wall collapsed in 1989, teenage Markus decided to enjoy his new freedom in new and exciting ways that led him down some dark roads. Then one day in 1994 he found an intriguing book on his mother’s desk that changed his life course forever.