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Anatomy of a Giver Part 2
American Christians are the nation's most generous givers, but we aren't exactly sacrificing.
Breakthrough Dancing
A look at one of the most creative youth ministries in Hong Kong—if not the world
Being the Leaven
Why only a handful of Sri Lankan Christians wage peace via the difficult political process
Indigenous and Evangelistic
"Isolated from the infusion of foreign missionaries by Sri Lankan laws, the island's church knows that to survive, it must focus on evangelism"
Reflections of a Preacher’s Kid
You hear criticism about PKs resenting how they were raised and what it did to them. Tim Stafford looks at what his father did right.
The Church—Why Bother?
There is no healthy relationship with Jesus without a relationship to the church.
The Best Research Yet
Two psychologists show that homosexuals should not be discouraged from seeking change.
The Healing Pen
Philip Yancey writes to save his past—and others' futures.
Intellectual Blog Feast
Matthew Lee Anderson's online ruminations go deep.
The Foot-Washers of Ethiopia
A mysterious disease, misdiagnosed for decades, finds healing in Christian hands.
A New Age of Miracles
Around the world, wherever churches are growing, reports of the miraculous are rampant. What do they mean?
More on Cyber Attacks
Cape Town 2010 subjected to millions of malicious hits
Smart ways to make sure the couple's special day is a great one.
Great Sex: Reclaiming a Christian Sexual Ethic
The City that Wouldn’t Say ‘Amen’
Has Christian Rock Lost Its Soul?

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