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Christians work to rescue world's orphans, but obstacles stand in wayBob Smietana

Bob Smietana, formerly of The Tennessean, and now writing for our flagship magazine Facts & Trends, reported a story on orphans that just ran in the paper. It presents a good and helpful look at the movement, its passion, and its challenges.

The Grace of Repenting To Your KidsYancey Arrington

Just this week I punished my daughter for not being willing to learn when she was wrong. Turns out, she was right (long story). But, I was wrong. So, I apologized, and it's something I try to do regularly. This article explains why we should.

National Association for Mental Illness Suicide Fact SheetNAMI

We've been talking a lot about mental illness and suicide lately (see CNN here and here, The Huffington Post, the Blaze, and my blog here, here, and here). Here's a fact sheet about suicide.

Later today, I'll be posting my interview with my friend Ebenezer Bittencourt of the Haggai Institute Brazil. Check out this episode of The Exchange from when I visited Brazil last April and had the opportunity to chat with Sérgio Queiroz at Cidade Viva. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

Related Topics:Adoption; Parenting; Suicide
Posted:September 26, 2013 at 6:00 am

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