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Flush Fundraisers: Too Much 9/11 Giving
Charities overwhelmed by task of distributing $1.5 billion windfall
Subscriber Access Only Forgetting God
Why decadence drives out discipline.
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Christian Research Institute Sues Longtime Critic
Hanegraaff says defamation must be answered.
Subscriber Access Only Joel Osteen vs. Rick Warren on Prosperity Gospel
Plus: Hindus attack Catholic school over "séance," court approves Jesus prayers in government meetings, the latest on Iraq Christians, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Subscriber Access Only A Good Time to Launch a Church Building Campaign?
Advice on expensive church projects in a time of economic turmoil.
Subscriber Access Only Cross-Cultural Manners
Wise advice on dealing with money and relationships when working overseas.
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Connoisseur for Christ: Roberta Green Ahmanson
What inspires the art enthusiast to give millions away?
Billionaire Names Two Finalists for Free Mass. Campus
C.S. Lewis College plans for former Moody campus died earlier this year, so the Green family will give the site away.
Subscriber Access Only The Way We Give Now
Christian ministries received $9.8 billion in cash donations in 2011. But which ones received most?
How Poor Could They Be?
On going broke and getting judged.
Subscriber Access Only The $1 Billion Handoff
Sir John Templeton's born-again son takes control of the famous foundation—but there are strings attached.
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Bearing More Burdens
Once-wayward ministry works to reclaim credibility.
Subscriber Access Only Beauty Will Rise
Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman are making overseas adoption more affordable.
Subscriber Access Only Wasted Charity
Why the 'compassion industry' is not helping the poor. A review of 'Toxic Charity'
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Do Christian Schools Produce Good Citizens? The Evidence Says Yes.
Do Christian Schools Produce Good Citizens? The Evidence Says Yes.
Christian private school graduates are just as engaged in their communities as their public school peers—if not more.
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