Archives > September 2007

 
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The Buzz

The Buzz

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Need to Know News

'Development in reverse'

'Development in reverse'

By Marvin Olasky
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Interview | Global capitalism is working well for most developing societies, but a billion people live in countries that are going backward. Economist Paul Collier says…

The Carnegie way

The Carnegie way

By Marvin Olasky
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Special Issue | Andrew Carnegie's old home displays methods of helping the poor that the old millionaire would have liked

Signs of God

Signs of God

By Robby Moeller
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Special Issue | Program brings literacy and the gospel to the deaf

Mile-high hope

Mile-high hope

By Alisa Harris
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Special Issue | Homeless families have a place to live, learn, and grow

Recipe for success

Recipe for success

By Megan Rieger
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Special Issue | Former rescue mission residents cook their way to careers

The divide at El Camino Real

The divide at El Camino Real

By Amy Vercher
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Special Issue | The St. Francis Center provides help for families on the wrong side of the road

On the march again

On the march again

By Allie Cook
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Special Issue | Last year's Samaritan Award winner branches out

A way out, a hand up, a clean sweep

A way out, a hand up, a clean sweep

By Joshua King
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Special Issue | Three charities from last year return as Samaritan Award Finalists

Aftermath (continued)

Aftermath (continued)

By Kristin Chapman
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Special Issue | Two years after the storm, setbacks are a way of life

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Well said, Tony I agree with Tony Blair's assessment of the media that hammer us today ("'Like a feral beast,'" Aug. 4). Reporters no longer report facts.

No prowling wolves

No prowling wolves

By Tony Woodlief
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Why do we envision a future in which Christ is inddifferent?

 
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