The Religious Freedom Crisis No One is Talking About

Nepal faces constitutional changes that could hurt Christians. Here's how to pray. Read More

Yesterday, the International Committee of the Red Cross—a global humanitarian organization— suspended operations in the Yemen port city of Aden. Around 2 p.m., a group of gunmen stormed the organization’s compound, held the staff at gunpoint and stole vehicles and cash, along with some laptops. A spokeswoman said the Red Cross relocated the 14 staff members in Aden, which could negatively affect the area in a big way: The group’s Aden operations include supporting a surgical hospital and providing clean drinking water to the city. Discuss

What to Do About Planned Parenthood

Russell Moore on the latest abortion debate and the way forward. Read More

Instead of a traditional reception, this very cool Turkish couple celebrated their wedding by serving food to more than 4,000 Syrian refugees. The now-newlyweds, Fethullah Üzümcüoğlu and Esra Polat, got married July 30 in Kilis, a Turkish city on the border or Syria—which is an area devastated by civil war. With all of the violence, almost 2 million people have fled from Syria to Turkey. So Üzümcüoğlu and Polat skipped the typical wedding reception and bought for hot meals for some of the refugees. Then, in their coolest move yet, they distributed some of the food themselves—dressed in their wedding-day best. Discuss