Resources on Human Dignity

Jason Lee got a wakeup call on 9/11. He was serving as a missionary in Kenya in 2001. Ten percent of the population he served were Muslim Somali refugees. When the news of the terror act on U.S. soil reached... Continue...

The phrase “out of sight, out of mind” shouldn’t be a reality in the lives of Christians as we think about others’ suffering. This is especially true of the persecuted church. So, at our MLK50 conference Karen Ellis shared a... Continue...

Human dignity is under attack. In two op-eds published in the Washington Post not too long ago, Ruth Marcus attempted to the make the case for something I’ve referred to elsewhere as a silent genocide—aborting children who’ve tested positive for... Continue...

Editor’s note: April 2018 is Second Chance Month. Find out more about this important recognition of human dignity. Alone in a county jail cell, Tish Belk was scared. She had been on the run for almost a year, and now... Continue...

Editor’s note: April 2018 is Second Chance Month. Find out more about this important recognition of human dignity. "I was always high every day . . . always in fights, always getting shot at or shooting at somebody," Jon Kelly... Continue...

Injustice fills today’s headlines. Christians are hunted and killed in Somalia. Men are auctioned off as slaves in Libya. Imperfect babies are murdered in Iceland. Gang violence claims the lives of young men in America. Daughters are discarded in India... Continue...

Editor’s Note: Join World Vision for the 2018 Global #6Kforwater on May 19 and bring life-changing clean water to communities in need. Globally, 844 million people live without a safe water supply close to home. And with World Water Day... Continue...

What began as a tragedy has been used by the Lord as a testimony to encourage countless people around the world. Joni Eareckson Tada’s disability has become the platform for her greatest ministry. At Evangelicals for Life, Joni joined us... Continue...

Imagine you are a pastor of a local church and a man who comes infrequently to your church has requested an emergency meeting with you. In your meeting, he tells you that his father is dying of brain cancer. It... Continue...

On the first full episode of Countermoves, Andrew interviews Commentary writer Sohrab Ahmari, formerly of the Wall Street Journal, on the future of liberal democracy and looks at particular threats facing the West.  His work has covered issues of the... Continue...