Will John Chau Help or Harm Missions in India?
Two Indian missions experts weigh in on how the young American’s failed attempt will impact local efforts to reach Andaman tribes.
alerted hardline Hindutva groups, as they smell “an evangelical American conspiracy” to disturb Indian culture. instead of becoming a friend, his story will go down in the file as another
James MacDonald: Why Suing Is Sometimes the Biblical Choice
1 Corinthians 6:1-9 does not apply to every situation.
What could possibly possess a Bible church to file a lawsuit against three outspoken critics of their In a culture that is far too litigious, Christ followers should be loath to go into civil court
Joni Eareckson Tada: Suffering Helps Me See Heaven
I used to wonder why Paul calls hardships “light and momentary.” Years of affliction opened my eyes to his insight.
of Joni and Friends. “File this, Francie, and make copies of this letter, would you,” I said to my secretary without looking up from my desk. “And,” I sighed
Does the Road to Character Run Through Silicon Valley?
The HBO show draws us in with deeper questions about power and morals.
Richard Hendricks (portrayed by Thomas Middleditch) accidentally creates a file-compression algorithm with startup Simplivity to mirror their office setup, corporate culture, and product.
International Adoptions Drop to New Low as Evangelical Funding Spikes
Churches continue to rally for orphan care while the State Department addresses global restrictions.
And in some countries, like Ukraine, a growing culture of domestic adoption means there are complain of agency misconduct directly to the government, without first having to file it with
Trump Exempts Religious Employers from Birth Control Coverage
Unlike Obamacare mandate, new regulations protect moral or religious objections.
“The previous administration pursued a needless and divisive culture war … It should Companies do not have to file paperwork to take advantage of the exemption, but must notify their
Who’s the Most Excited About Brio? Probably Moms
We grew up on glossies. Our daughters want a different medium.
where does a family-friendly print magazine fit in an edgy, digital-first youth culture? different and exciting at first—perhaps Brio's most enthusiastic subscribers will indeed file the issues
Life Is Eternal. Don't Have an Affair.
Scripture makes it clear: we reap what we sow. For many today, this truth resounds amidst devastation.
Perhaps, rather, we should grieve at what sexuality has become in our culture. As the Ashley Madison leak moves from a big data file and glaring headlines on a computer, to strained
Quick Reads for the Weekend
Articles on women, Down syndrome, motherhood for your reading pleasure
For now, I will simply say that if you are interested in culture, sociology, and the Christian story, this book is for you. EthanSaylor' s "Parents file lawsuit in movie-theater death" ow.ly
When the Abortion Doctor I Protested Was Killed by a Sniper
The shaken conscience of a pro-life activist.
I still do. I spent ten years on those front lines in the culture war of the 1980s and early '90s: protesting, praying, counseling, and I got enough hate mail that the FBI opened a file for it all.
Weekend Edition—June 10, 2016
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