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Subscriber Access Only The Dread Cancer of Stinginess
When it comes to missions giving, donor dependency may not be the greatest problem.
Subscriber Access Only Family Ties
Facing lawsuits and an FBI probe, Angel Food's story bears warnings about family-run mega-ministries.
Amid Bribery Scandal, Wal-Mart Contest Attracts Christians
T. J. Foltz says his clean-water nonprofit works because 84 percent of Americans shop at the superstore chain.
When 'Effectiveness' Is Not Effective
In Haiti, we have to trust that our labor is not in vain.
Christians Really Do Reduce Poverty
Government change often can't get to the root of the problem of poverty. The church does.
Subscriber Access Only Food Fights: Homeless Ministries Respond to Restrictions
Several cities enacted anti-feeding laws over the summer.
Should Pro-lifers Call Black Children an 'Endangered Species'?
The controversial Georgia ad implies that, like endangered species, black children should be protected up until they're born.
Stem Cell Concerns Don't Freeze Evangelical Enthusiasm for Ice Bucket Challenge
(UPDATED) ALS raises $100 million in 30 days; pro-life groups worry about embryonic research.
Subscriber Access Only Popping the Fraud Bubble
More churches seek protection as scams continue to unfold.
The Biggest Poverty-Fighting Tool: Job Creation
Employment for the poor restores their dignity and keeps them off their knees.
The Local Church's Neighbors Are Everywhere
The church isn't just a network of institutions trying to stretch across the globe.
Subscriber Access Only EDITORIAL: Uncle Sam Wants Your Tithes
Courts should keep creditors' hands out of the collection plate.
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Bearing More Burdens
Once-wayward ministry works to reclaim credibility.
Subscriber Access Only Less Charity, More Justice
Sara Groves changes her strategy to spotlight Rwanda's people.
Subscriber Access Only Beauty Will Rise
Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman are making overseas adoption more affordable.
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Was Driscoll's Board a Problem?
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