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November 21, 2011

Walking On Water

By: Christina Crook

I, for one, hope this worldwide flash mob will take their doc martens, their backpacks, their passion and their PhDs into the boardrooms, along the corridors, and around the tables that will shift this world one heart and one penny at a time. Read More
November 7, 2011

Paying for the Crimes of Another

By: Patricia Paddey

Guilt, pain and anger - for the Heberts they are more than just powerful emotions; they are part of the price this family was forced to pay for the crimes of another. Read More
October 21, 2011

When A Friend's Life Is On The Line

By: Rory Butler

It's important for you to know that suicide does not always happen as a result of a mental illness. Read More
October 14, 2011

A Simple Meal to Help Those Who Don't Have Enough to Eat

By: John Longhurst

The money we saved by not preparing a regular meal was put in a jar on the kitchen counter, to be donated later for hunger relief. Read More
October 1, 2011

Insite Ruling

By: Meera Bai

It is my dream that Christians will re-engage with the un-reached people group that is hardcore active drug users. Read More
September 23, 2011

Machine Gun Preacher

By: Sannah Choi

Sam is no stranger to controversy. Read More
September 17, 2011


By: Ron Rutley

We might never know the reason why, this side of eternity. It might be that a generation yet to come will look back at the events of this past week and see the reason behind them. But we can't, we are too close to them. Read More
September 17, 2011

Hasn't Science Disproven God?

By: Andy Bannister

The universe does not merely consist of physical causes, but also personal causes. Read More
September 9, 2011

The Hated, the Hater and 9/11

By: Sheema Khan

Only through love and compassion can we improve our society. Read More
August 26, 2011

The Birds Stopped Singing

By: Peter Holmes

He loved the country as he loved the city and he offered hope to so many who saw only uncertainty in the future. Read More
August 23, 2011

It's not a movie, it's a movement

By: Stephanie Sprenger

Every aspect of it seems designed to be an example to fatherless men, to equip them to break the cycle of absent and ill-prepared fathers. Read More
July 26, 2011

Making a Difference in the Famine

By: Dave Toycen

It's hard not to surrender to the urge to kick back, relax and let the world's problems take care of themselves. Read More

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