Tag Archives: Poverty

Hope

Aminah is a 16 year old Muslim girl living in the Horn of Africa. 18.8% of the population in her country lives below the poverty line. Women in her country do not have a lot of opportunity and many of them … more »

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Leading By Example

In 1789, our forefathers founded the greatest governmental system in the world. I might be biased, but The United States of America quickly rose as the youngest country to be a world superpower, and has been a leader in the … more »

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Missio on Genesis 1: How Reading is Fundamental to Fulfilling the Cultural Mandate Today

To dwell in theory and abstraction serves as one of Christianity’s most tempting and crippling sins. Thinking is easy; working is hard. As the insightful Don Chaffer sings, we are far too often “long on diagnosis and short on cure.” … more »

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Missio on Justice (Acts 16:16-40): Getting to the Root

Italian philosopher and writer Niccolò Machiavelli once stated, “The reason there will be no change is because the people who stand to lose from change have all the power, and the people that stand to gain from change have none … more »

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Gleaning, Generosity, and Imaging God

Misfortune Strikes The book of Ruth is a great example of reversal, of tables turning in favor of God’s people. Speaking of God, He is clearly at the controls.  That is, God is clearly orchestrating the events of this love … more »

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Missio on Bezalel and Oholiab: Artistry Against Poverty

Noemie* is a 16 year old Muslim girl living in the Horn of Africa. 18.8% of the population in her country lives below the poverty line. Women in her country do not have a lot of opportunity and many of … more »

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Faith, Difference, and Friendship

Later this week we are posting a set of reflections and articles on friendship, so I thought I would kick this week off with my own spectrum of thoughts on friendship. Friends provide nourishment, accountability, they celebrate with you, they … more »

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