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P.R. for Churches

A small church's most effective tool for creating a good church reputation may be its willingness to help those in need.


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Fighting for the Lost

While women weep, as they do now, I'll fight; while little children go hungry, I'll fight; while men go to prison, in and out, in and out, as ...


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God's Love, Our Burden

We are challenged today by a modernized recasting of Tertullian's question: What has Boston to do with Bosnia? ... Why should we concern ourselves ...


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Other-Worldly Witness

Evangelicals who have a one-dimensional view of the mission of the church are criticized roundly by non-evangelicals and by those evangelicals who declare ...


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God of the Super Bowl?

Luke DeRoeck of Chicago, in a letter to the editor: "To suggest that God really cares about the outcome of a sporting event is preposterous. Conservatively, ...


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High School Students Help AIDS Orphans

If current trends continue, there will be 40 million AIDS orphans worldwide by 2010. A survey by the Barna Research Group, shows that only 3 percent of ...


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Christians as God's "Plan A"

There's over 2,500 verses in the Bible that deal with the issue of helping the poor, the sick, the hungry. God set it up that we are to address this issue ...


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Creating Change from the Bottom Up

Two weeks after the [2008 presidential] election, I traveled to India to meet Christian pioneers seeking to overturn India's institutional form of discrimination, ...


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Growing Number of U.S. Adults in Correctional System

According to a 2009 study by the Pew Center, the proportion of U.S. adults in the corrections system is 1 in 31. A similar study in 1982 found that the ...


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Group of Mothers Makes Big Impact on Gang War Zone

In the early 1990s, gang violence erupted in Boyle Heights, a section of East Los Angeles. Eight gangs were in conflict in the parish around the Dolores ...


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