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November 13, 1995Volume 39, Number 13
November 13
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Table of Contents
The impact of Billy Graham's ministry to the world.
The impact of Billy Graham's ministry to the world.
Stephen Ministries builds communities of caring.
Simpson Verdict, Farrakhan March Energize Interracial Dialogue
Pacifist Bruderhofers do not shy away from controversy.
Feuding ministries take steps toward reconciliation.
As Christian activists focus on presidential politics, they are divided on whether to compromise on the issues.
A touch of the divine in prime time.
The voices of his other disciples.
A manual for leaders.
How old stories can be told in new ways.
How should Christians respond to homosexuals' public presence?
Jonathan Chao reveals the secret of Chinese church growth.
Gluttony makes you soft and lovable. It's the cute sin.
The Billy Graham model for handling conflicts and controversies.
Congregations must renew their care for the called.
Reactions to the verdict have exposed a trust deficit that threatens our way of life.
Volunteers for Mercy Ships demonstrate that God does not require a career track.
Affirmative action should not be based on what is fair.
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Immigration Status: Beloved
Immigration Status: Beloved
In Christ I am more than the ‘crime’ I committed at age 5.