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Why?
Victims and pundits grope for meaning, political and religious.
Katrina Volunteers Continue, Even When it Costs Them
Volunteers remain willing to donate time and labor, even if it means that they have to pay.
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Churches Try to Find Scattered Flocks, Assess Damage From Afar
With churches damaged and congregations dispersed, measuring Katrina's impact has been nearly impossible.
Subscriber Access Only Houston's Religious Communities Scramble to Help Evacuees
"We're in this thing for the long haul" without government money, church leaders warn.
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The Saints Go Marching Back
Poverty-fighting Christians labor to restore city workforce after Katrina.
How Churches Can Help Without Hurting After Super Typhoon Haiyan
Rule #1: Don't jump into action before you know the needs on the ground.
Subscriber Access Only Weeks After Hurricane, Pastors Become Counselors, Healers, Social Workers
As soon as they can find their flocks, that is.
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The Sunday After
What Gulf churches were doing on the first Lord's Day after Katrina.
Subscriber Access Only The Sunday After
What Gulf churches were doing on the first Lord's Day after Katrina.
Subscriber Access Only Churches Begin Cleanup after Ike
Some congregations worry that storm fatigue could cause exodus.
Subscriber Access Only A 'Coward' Who Stayed to Help
Why Brennan Manning isn't interested in asking why he survived Katrina and others did not. (Please read Editor's Note, added 10/10/2005)
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Word and Deed, Again and Again
Five months later and counting, Katrina continues to change the lives of both victims and volunteers.
Subscriber Access Only The Church of Katrina
Plus: A reprieve for Burleson, a church's controversial deer hunt, and other stories from online sources around the world.
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I’m a Christian. But I’ve Forgotten How to Belong to the Church.
I’m a Christian. But I’ve Forgotten How to Belong to the Church.
A millennial diagnoses her generation’s complicated relationship to the body of Christ.
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