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Churches Bring People Together

Although the total number of Americans who attend weekly worship services has declined from about 40 percent in the 1960s to around 25 percent now, religious ...


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Number of Homeschoolers Increasing

The number of homeschooled students in 1999: 850,000

The number of homeschooled students in 2003: at least 1.1 million


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Looking for Jesus in the Eyes of the Homeless

In Portland, Oregon, the homeless gather under the Burnside Bridge. For more than three years, carloads of Christians from Bridgetown Ministries have ...


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Teens Find Friends Through Technology

With the rise of technology in everyday life, people are finding more and more ways to get connected. The following represent the average number of "friends" ...


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Mother Starts Ministry to Combat Gang Violence

At 15, Raymond Germany didn't heed his mother [Debra's] pleas to leave the "thug life." He became a successful drug dealer, sometimes making $1,000 a ...


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Chicago Ministry Reaches Out to Male Prostitutes

When a gnawing crack addiction engulfed Andy's life almost two decades ago, he abandoned family and friends. He was sleeping on park benches in Chicago's ...


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Chemistry As Religion

In his book High Society, Joseph Califano, the chairman of the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, talks about the ...


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The Long View: The Enemy Within

Once upon a time, the annual celebration of Thanksgiving was also an occasion for sober reflection….

Our nation, and its pursuit of liberty and ...


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Former Prisoner Ministers to the Imprisoned

By the time of his 22nd arrest—following a dramatic chase through Miami [that involved] many police cars and much shooting—John Sala had reached ...


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What It Looks Like to Be a Neighbor

Recently, while inching along in traffic, I saw two men in conversation on the sidewalk. One man was seated on a box at the end of the freeway off-ramp. ...


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