While John Njoroge was checking into his flight on Ethiopian Airlines to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, he saw the news that Flight ET302 had just crashed, killing all 157 on board. Read his emotional and powerful reflection.
Vietnam was where a single 25-year-old Ravi Zacharias first sensed his call to fulltime evangelism. Today, decades later, Ravi revisits the country and shares deep memories of revival and the influence the gospel has had after all these years.
"Please pray for Cambodia and its beautiful people," Ravi writes. "Only the gospel can bring hope in a dark land."
This new online course from Zondervan Academic features Abdu Murray's book, "Saving Truth: Finding Meaning and Clarity in a Post-Truth World."
Read an overview of an RZIM university mission week.
This new book from Sam Allberry sets forth a positive vision of singleness by responding to seven common misconceptions.
When it comes to human-trafficking, there are no geographical borders; there are only the people next door. There are no strangers; there are only people like us. There are no faceless statistics; there are only friends.
Slavery is ultimately a violation of very purpose, for the one enslaved and the one who enslaves. How will we shine the light on slavery today?
Vince Vitale reflects on stories that have come out of multiple events held at the Zacharias Institute.
"Nothing is more assuring to me as a speaker than to see someone impacted in a way that was clearly the work of the Holy Spirit." Lou Phillips writes.
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