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Kyrgyzstan's Revolution Leaves Growing Orphans in Limbo

The Kyrgyzstan revolution has thrown families in America in limbo as they wait to finalize their adoptions. If their children reach age 16 before the adoptions are finalized, it may be too late.

Forgotten Girls: Behind Prison Bars in Pakistan

"You wrote that women in Pakistan suffer. But something else is also true. Young girls are languishing in our Pakistani prisons for the crime of being victims and asking for help."

  • Kay Marshall Strom and Michele Rickett |
  • April 30, 2010 |
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Ruth: Sex, Race, and God's Sovereignty at Work

Ruth is a very old book. How is it relevant and helpful for life today? John Piper discusses seven reasons why this book of love, ethnicity, and God's sovereignty deserves our attention.

Grief Work

Wedding Modesty: Has it Gone Out of Style?

You're not alone if you have become increasingly grieved by the immodesty of brides and bridesmaids at "Christian" weddings in recent years. Is anyone asking anymore whether or not God is glorified by what is worn and done?

The Walls of Jericho: Why the Golden Age of Film Ended

Thomas Doherty, author of Pre-Code Hollywood, claimed that the "most vivid and compelling motion pictures" ever made were created "under the most severe and narrow-minded censorship." Why?

Seeing Life: Evaluating Nebraska's Fetal Pain Act

A groundbreaking new law restricting abortion in Nebraska is getting a lot of attention from pro-abortion forces. And well it should.

From Megacity to “Metacity” — The Shape of the Future

If the Christian church does not learn new modes of urban ministry, we will find ourselves on the outside looking in. The Gospel of Jesus Christ must call a new generation of committed Christians into these teeming cities. As these new numbers make clear, there really is no choice.

Ten Things to Know about Healthy Leadership

How do we distinguish healthy from unhealthy leadership? Here are 10 places to start.

God's Word through Multiple Voices: Sennacherib's Invasion of Judah

The Bible has been the world’s bestseller not only because it discloses God and gives meaning to our lives, but also because it is good reading. One of the greatest personal discoveries for readers of the Bible is to step beyond favorite verses and stories and start comparing Scripture with Scripture.

Graduating from Hard Knock U!

Legal Skirmish Colors National Day of Prayer

On Thursday (April 22), the Justice Department said it would appeal the decision, capping a week of political uproar from conservatives after Judge Barbara Crabb issued her ruling.

Does Lady Liberty Need a Mate?

The Statue of Responsibility Foundation is raising money to bookend the continental United States with a second statue on an island in the harbor of an as yet undetermined West Coast city. Why?

“The Year of Our Lord” — Diploma Trouble in Texas

A group of students at Trinity University in San Antonio is petitioning the administration to remove the words "in the year of our Lord" from the school's diplomas.

How to Do Something

God doesn't intend for you to shrink back from the needs around you; He wants to use your life to help others. In fact, God has uniquely created you to meet certain needs and is hoping you'll accept your mission.

Beth Moore Helps Women Say Goodbye to Insecurity

In Beth Moore's new book So Long, Insecurity: You've been a Bad Friend to Us, women learn ways to say "goodbye" to insecurity and "hello" to the confidence God wants you to enjoy.

Seize the Day!

Every day our lives are filled with possibilities and opportunities to advance the Kingdom of God. So how do you we "seize the day" as it says in The Message paraphrase of Luke 9:62?

Earth Day: "Amen, but..."

It's not easy being green, at least not as easy as some suggest. Many Christians find themselves in the position of being "stewards of good intentions."

Volcanic Ash Strands Mission Groups, Adoptive Parents

Among the millions of would-be air travelers stranded worldwide by volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajokull glacier in Iceland are 22 members of a Salvation Army mission team...

Subsidizing Bad Behavior: Mining for Tort Reform

The tragedy of Upper Big Branch mine demonstrates the inadequacy of regulations alone, and it highlights the vital importance of our nation's civil justice system.

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