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For Giving Tuesday: Where Evangelicals Donate (And No Longer Donate) Their Dollars
Christians are giving away more money than before the recession. But the parachurch, not churches, is getting most of it.
Morning Roundup 9/22/14
Nashville Millennials; Not Islamophobic; Parachurch Ministry
Study: Where Are the Women Leading Evangelical Organizations?
That's the mystery the Gender Parity Project, whose results debut this weekend, sets out to solve.
Subscriber Access Only A World Vision for Church and Parachurch
Why the organizations that come alongside must also lead.
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Joining the Race for Clean Water
Why lace up your sneakers when you could just write a check? A personal look at what’s driving the charity running craze.
A MASH Unit for Grief: A Support Center Reaches the 'Incoming Wounded' of Long Beach
Nurse Susan Beeney estimates that each year, 40,000 of her neighbors are facing profound loss. What her nonprofit is doing to heal their wounds.
Behind James MacDonald's Resignation from the Gospel Coalition
A prominent pastor's departure raises questions of church/non-church boundaries.
Subscriber Access Only The Messy Business of Clean Water in Africa
Drilling for truth in the Central African Republic.
Subscriber Access Only Persecution Prompts Missions Agency to Transform
Operation Mobilization India transforms itself into a local witness.
Wycliffe, SIL Issue Guidelines on Translating 'Son of God' Among Muslims
The term 'Son of God' should be retained, but not at the expense of comprehension, translating groups say.
Subscriber Access Only Undoing the Famine Damage
If the famine in the Horn of Africa is manmade, human intervention can end the crisis.
Subscriber Access Only Court Rejects Prostitution Restrictions on AIDS Funding
Evangelical NGOS say the ruling is unlikely to change their operations, but the case touches on larger principles.
Google Cuts Churches Out Of Nonprofit Program
Faith-based groups must now pay for search giant's tools.
Subscriber Access Only Homeless Shelters Face Sharp Cutbacks
The feeding programs and shelters are becoming a shrinking circle of protection despite best efforts by churches and ministries.
Famine in East Africa: Who Cares?
Several Christian NGOs are on the move, provided they can get the appropriate funds.
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Why You Shouldn’t Call That False Teaching a Heresy
Why You Shouldn’t Call That False Teaching a Heresy
How to tell which errors deserve the ultimate warning label.
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