The Bells Toll: Hope from Notre Dame Cathedral
Three people in hazmat suits rang the bells of Notre Dame Cathedral to salute the healthcare workers serving COVID patients. It was April 15, 2020, a time for Parisians to...
Hope from the Empty Tomb: Jesus Died Once so We Do Not Need to Die Twice
The Gospel is clear–Jesus died once so we don’t have to die twice. When actual women actually went to an actual tomb and found it empty, God showed his face...
Evidence of the Empty Tomb: Part 1: Written Accounts and Public Sightings
Christ’s rise from the dead seems both mysterious and magical. Eyewitnesses called it something else, a divine miracle. We know; we have their statements. This is an event attached firmly...
Russia and Eastern Europe
Learn more about Christianity in Russia and Eastern Europe through these NEW feature stories.
Discover more adventures in Southern Europe through exclusive feature stories.
Inexplicable Part 2: A Nearly Unexplainable Trek Through Europe
Strap up. You’re in for an hour-long adventure in time travel. Just over one thousand years to be more precise. The second installment of the “Inexplicable: How Christianity Spread to...
Marvel at God’s sovereignty and ground-breaking work today in the Eastern Mediterranean through these feature stories.
Continue the Inexplicable journey through the book, Inexplicable: How Christianity Spread to the Ends of the Earth. The Pew Research Center concluded that “Christianity is the only religion in the...
Europe: Heroines & Heroes of the Faith
Explore how the message of Christianity spread from Jerusalem to European nations. Watch now.
Sharing God's Love Around the World: An Overview of Ministry Partnerships with The State of Faith
The story of Christianity: God’s Heart For the Nations How do you tell a story so epic? How do you capture a revival that spans two millennia, traverses every continent,...
From the Cradle of Christianity
Journey with us to the cradle of Christianity, as we track the early spread of the message of Jesus.
Watch stories from the cradle of Christianity, the home of our faith.