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Christians Really Do Reduce Poverty
Government change often can't get to the root of the problem of poverty. The church does.
The 'Just You Wait' Mantra: Is Marriage Really That Hard?
My husband and I have encountered much gloom and doom about marriage from older Christian couples. What gives?
Subscriber Access Only We Have to Touch the Problem
Discomfort is the price of making a difference in the world.
Looking for Lent in the News
Technology fasts, carbon fasts, and some of today's more striking Lenten practices.
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.
The Perils of Christian Chick Lit
How my sugary-sweet chick lit relationships turned on me.
"The Shack" Built on Shifting Sands?
William Young's surprise bestseller sparks heated response and prompts important questions
Poverty Has Many Enemies
The solution does not require a choice between individuals and institutions.
The Soul of Your Soles: Why Women Love Shoes
Celebrating those 'bursts of beauty that defy the mundane.'
'Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus': To Adore or Abhor?
What we can take away from the viral video that elicited such visceral reactions.
We Can't Do Everything
But we can change systems to protect the poor, and that requires cooperation on all fronts.
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Readers respond to the June issue.
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Tarrying with Christ and the fearful dying.
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