Lee Strobel Makes The Case For Christ
Lee Strobel came to faith by examining the Bible like an investigative journalist.
NY Times faces heat for claiming that James Foley converted while in ISIS captivity
GetReligion.org challenges NYTimes report of James Foley’s faith-change.
Kenji Goto, Christian Journalist, Beheaded By ISIS
Adapted & updated from Timothy C. Morgan, Christianity Today
Arnie Fjeldstad, chairman of Gegrapha, passed away Sunday
Arne H. Fjeldstad, tireless worker for Christian journalists, died suddenly on Sunday afternoon subsequent to a clot in the lungs.
Fjeldstad was chairman of Gegrapha, the international fellowship of Christian journalists. He also was head of The Media Project, which equips journalists, editors, teachers of journalism and media analysts to cover the topic of religion in public (more…)
ISIS claims that it beheaded Christian journalist James Wright Foley
“If nothing else, prayer was the glue that enabled my freedom, an inner freedom…” — James Wright Foley, RIP
Six world changing journalists and a campus ministry’s role in their careers
Six journalists who have excelled in the journalistic world believe there’s a place for Christians in journalism.
Gegrapha stalwart & renowned New York Times reporter John McCandlish Phllips passes away
A memorial service for John McCandlish Phillips will be held Wednesday, May 8, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Calvary Episcopal Church (277 Park Ave. South at East 21st Street).
Chuck Colson, the orthodoxy of Watergate and the mercy of God
“Let us fall into the hand of the LORD, for his mercy is great; but let me not fall into the hand of man.” — 2 Samuel 24:14
One of the most peaceful and joyous days of my life was spent in prison. This was back in 2006 and I was covering one of Chuck Colson’s (more…)
“I am not afraid.”
I went early to church on Sunday morning because a journalist friend from Europe said he wanted to introduce me to someone. I struggled to get up (and was late to church) and dashed out to Brooklyn.
We met up at the Dumbo Art Festival on the 10th floor of one those industrial buildings spruced up (more…)