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A Call for Church Welfare Reform, Part 2Subscriber Access Only
The church needs welfare reform every bit as much as the government did.
An Ichthus in a Sea of Loan Sharks
How faith-based nonprofit Grace Period is turning the tide on predatory lending.
A Guide to Being Salt and Light in Knoxville
Compassion Coalition aims to mobilize and deploy Christians to address their city's brokenness.
Good Eats and Evangelism: A Whole-Gospel Restaurant Serving Pittsburgh's Soul
Chef Nikki Heckmann's Bistro To Go offers tasty ingredients to revitalize Pittsburgh's North Side neighborhood.
STEP-ing Out on Faith--and Off WelfareSubscriber Access Only
How a city ministry rescues the perishing from poverty and drugs.
Charitable Choice: It's Still About Ending DiscriminationSubscriber Access Only
A new study claims to bring bad news for Bush's faith-based initiative. Does it?
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.
Building Houses As If They Mattered
In his attention to sustainability, community, and integrity, Chicago-based Perry Bigelow builds houses that foster their inhabitants' flourishing.
An Architect for the Green-Friendly Masses
Jill Kurtz believes it's time for architects to start serving the other 80 percent.
More Than Sales and Coupons: Giving Circle Connects Suburban Moms to Indianapolis
Cindy Palmer and Barb Tait's Kaleo giving circle is part of a bigger trend in U.S. philanthrophy.
The Cutting Edge of Marketplace MinistriesSubscriber Access Only
How businesses are doing more holistic ministry than ever.
Wasted CharitySubscriber Access Only
Why the 'compassion industry' is not helping the poor. A review of 'Toxic Charity'
The Oceans Declare the Glory of God
How NASA oceanographer Jorge Vazquez is protecting the seas through climate-change research.
A Middleman for Change in Miami
Meet the go-to couple in South Florida for social justice work.
A Call for Church Welfare Reform, Part 1Subscriber Access Only
The church needs welfare reform every bit as much as the government did.
Oldest Profession, or Oldest Oppression? Ohio Judge Creates Court for Abused Prostitutes
Out of Christian compassion, Paul Herbert created CATCH Court for women arrested on the streets.
You Can’t Reject a Faith You Never Knew
You Can’t Reject a Faith You Never Knew
Historian Alec Ryrie offers a revisionist take on the roots of unbelief. But there’s another story that needs telling.
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