Haiti

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Disenchanted island

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Deep-rooted problems make Haiti’s years-long earthquake recovery painfully slow

Globe Trot 11.02

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | Political fallout for President Obama over the attack on the United States in Benghazi is only escalating—particularly after the father of slain CIA…

Globe Trot 10.31

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | Some organizations will commemorate the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church this Sunday, Nov. 4, while others, like Open Doors, will do…

Signs and Wonders 09.21

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Newsworthy | Happy Hobbit Day. On Sept. 21, 1937, J.R.R. Tolkien published The Hobbit . Since then the book has sold 100 million copies and been translated into close to 50…

Lighting up Haiti

Lighting up Haiti

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Haiti | A California nonprofit is fighting poverty in a destitute nation through alternative energy-and without giving handouts

Aid in action

Aid in action

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | In Haiti the labor is plentiful but the harvests are few. What kinds of programs work toward long-term change?

Long weekend

Long weekend

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | Just days before Haiti's president is scheduled to leave office, election officials announce who will contend for his unenviable job

Haiti's other crisis

Haiti's other crisis

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | In the shadow of a high-profile political circus, Haitians continue to languish

Bad medicine

Bad medicine

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | The return of exiled dictator 'Baby Doc' Duvalier threatens more trouble for the already-volatile nation

Slow and unsteady

Slow and unsteady

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Haiti | One year after a devastating earthquake, Haitians continue to face adversity

Haiti's next disaster

Haiti's next disaster

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | A potential hurricane poses a grim question: How much more can this country endure?

Lessons from Haiti

Lessons from Haiti

By Jamie Dean
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Haiti | Controversy at an American-supported ministry offers a cautionary tale for Christians who want to help a devastated nation

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