• Brian C. Stiller, Global Ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) travels the world, meeting leaders in church, politics and service agencies, representing the WEA in places of social, economic and political struggle. His blogging is to broker understanding and highlight the good news of Christian faith. He invites you to share your thoughts, concerns, hopes and dreams on issue's which he has commented.

Remembering Tim Keller

There are occasions when a person’s peculiar skills and character add something so remarkable to the world around them that when news comes of their passing, our attention is seized by this loss. Such is the case with pastor and Christian apologist Tim Keller, who died of pancreatic cancer on May 19 at age 72. … Continue reading

A global phenomenon

Forty years ago, evangelicals in Canada faced a problem, and because I had just been elected to head up their national association, it became my problem. It was this: since we did not have a Canadian voice to represent evangelicals, it was assumed that we matched those in the United States. Although we are neighbors … Continue reading

Ukraine Christians in an unrelenting war

“What will come next?” is the question I’m most often asked about Russia’s war in Ukraine. However, war has its own surprises. Prophetic calculations are often fruitless. Will Putin be overturned by his countrymen, and if so, would he be replaced by a kinder or a more vicious commander? Or before Putin allows Western support … Continue reading

The student revival in Kentucky: the makings of a new awakening?

What are we to make of the prayer service which began on February 8 at Asbury University in Kentucky, where students continued in prayer and worship for days? Within the week, thousands arrived to witness this spiritual outpouring, and scores of other colleges are now describing similar events on their campuses. Is this a sign … Continue reading

Keeping the world in view at Christmas

It’s Christmas time, and surely, we want to express joy at the Advent of Jesus, and along with family and community celebration, enjoy all that is associated with this vital moment of our lives. Even so, it matters that I remind myself and all whom I know, of the sorrow and tragedy afflicting so many … Continue reading