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Subscriber Access Only Comparing the Platforms
Where the parties stand on abortion, faith-based programs, religious liberty, and other issues.
Not Another Charity Case
Violence against women calls for an immediate, institution-wide response from Christians.
Subscriber Access Only Back From the Brothel
Thanks to brave ministries, prostitutes are still entering the kingdom.
Subscriber Access Only Scotland Yard Reports Child Sacrifices
Plus: Federal court upholds DOMA, Ken Taylor speaks at his own funeral, and other stories from online sources around the world.
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We're Still Supporting Slavery
New efforts to stop U.S. troops from visiting prostitutes abroad are a good step, but let's not whitewash what's happening.
Subscriber Access Only Free at Last
How Christians worldwide are sabotaging the modern slave trade.
Subscriber Access Only No Spoonful of Sugar
What sweetens your tea? Ordinary Brits cared enough to boycott.
Double-Bound: How Immigration Law Can Trap Trafficking Victims
An attorney’s insight on the complicated legal setting for domestic trafficking.
Subscriber Access Only International Justice Mission Gets Notice and Results
Dateline NBC, Forbes, and others show the undercover work of ministry that fights sexual slavery.
Subscriber Access Only Of Czechs, Sex, and Wrecks
Random musings on the U.S. soccer team, World Cup prostitution, and Big Ben's bad bike crash.
Q+A: Selling Girls on Craigslist
Rebecca Project founder Malika Saada Saar explains how Craigslist became the medium for human trafficking.
Subscriber Access Only The Cruel Edges of the World
There are some places that bring the distant biblical text closer to our lives.
Religious Groups' Efforts to Fight Sex Trafficking Draws Presidential Attention
Obama says human trafficking will become a major focus of his Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
The Woman Who Shelters New York City's Trafficking Victims
Faith Huckel, founder and director of Restore NYC, took her social-work skills and a heap of prayer to launch the city's first and only long-term aftercare shelter for foreign-born trafficking victims.
From Going Big to Giving Up
Preparing for Lent at, yes, your Super Bowl party.
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Bless This Tackle? Not a Prayer
Bless This Tackle? Not a Prayer
Christians’ misguided fight for football devotions isn’t working.
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