Compassion

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Conservative philanthropy: Ignoring the poor?

Conservative philanthropy: Ignoring the poor?

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | When Mitt Romney made a political mistake by being honest-he infamously announced that he was "not concerned about the very poor"-he confirmed "one of the…

And the winner is . . .

And the winner is . . .

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | Victory Trade School of Springfield, Mo., receives the 2011 Hope Award for Effective Compassion

Ron Paul was right

Ron Paul was right

By Cal Thomas
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Compassion | In the Republican presidential candidates debate Monday night in Tampa, Fla., CNN's Wolf Blitzer posed a hypothetical question. Normally, a hypothetical…

'Things a dad would do'

'Things a dad would do'

By Jamie Dean
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Compassion | WORLD's West Region Winner, Hope Now for Youth, teaches former gang members about how to live and work as Christian men

Working & learning

Working & learning

By Joel Hannahs
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Compassion | Borromeo House helps young pregnant women with few options, but it's not a place of Idle retreat

Safe house

Safe house

By Jill Lacey
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Compassion | WORLD's East Region winner, the Bowery Women's Center, provides addicted women security, stability, and the love of Christ

Causes lost

Causes lost

By The Editors
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Compassion | The Bowery Mission has succeeded by staying on track biblically. Other church programs, like Broadway community, have lost their salt. Meanwhile,

Cooking for Christ

Cooking for Christ

By Mary Hopkins
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Compassion | Victory Trade School of Springfield, Mo., is our Midwest Region winner, joining Challenge House of Hopkinsville, Ky., as a finalist in WORLD's sixth annual…

Homeward bound

Homeward bound

By Jamie Dean
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Compassion | Haitian students at Liberty University do not see the United States as a destination. They want to use the skills they learn to help their homeland

Redefining 'social justice'

Redefining 'social justice'

By Elizabeth Waibel
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Compassion | Trevecca Nazarene program pursues neighborly compassion instead of political agenda

The history of compassion

The history of compassion

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | Self-hating evangelicals miss how much good their religion has done

Southern hospitality

Southern hospitality

By Amy McCullough
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Compassion | South region winner Challenge House brings 'local missionaries' to poor neighborhoods and finds ways for them to help

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