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Sins of the Rich: Liberal Hypocrisy Exposed

The rich talk a good game but often don’t live up to their convictions. Many affluent Americans whose politics are on the liberal left are being ...


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Tiny Home Village Offers Pathway to Permanent Housing

Through its constellation of tiny homes, The Chandler Boulevard Bridge Home Village has brought opportunity and vitality to 41 residents of North Hollywood. ...


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Homeless Woman Died Without Claiming Inheritance

Before her death in January 2020, Cathy Boone had been living on the streets for years, struggling with drug abuse and mental illness. But for her father, ...


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America’s Mothers Are in Crisis: Is Anyone Listening to Them?

A recent New York Times article had the following title: “America’s Mothers Are in Crisis. Is anyone listening to them?” The article ...


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Finding Christ's Love in the Midst of Field Labor

California’s San Joaquin Valley not only boasts 17 billion dollars in annual revenue, it’s also home to over 100,000 laborers. The Harvest, ...


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Teenager Gives Back with Pandemic Snack Packs

Michael Platt, 15, is an entrepreneur that uses his sweet tooth to make a difference. His business, Michael’s Desserts, uses a one-for-one model ...


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Couple Donates Wedding Deposit to Feed the Hungry

When Emily Bugg and Billy Lewis wanted to celebrate their love and share it with others, the COVID-19 pandemic put a damper on their plans. But it couldn’t ...


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Winning the Unfair Canoe Race

Writer Al Hsu tells this story:

I grew up in an affluent community that was something like 94 percent white. During high school, I went to a Christian ...

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It’s Time to Get Rid of The Lottery

Writer Leah Muncy recalls one of her earliest memories is of her mother buying a lottery ticket at the supermarket. “When I was young, my mother ...


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What Fame Cannot Do

Paul Louis Metzger writes:

My greatest living hero is Dr. John M. Perkins, an African American evangelical Christian and civil rights leader nearly beaten ...

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