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You Are a Vapor
If a person survives a massive stroke, they learn a lot. My near death experience was very interesting. Read more about You Are a Vapor
The World’s Biggest Trafficking Problem Remains in the Background
How Christians in Cambodia are drawing attention to labor trafficking and the quiet power of prevention. At a shelter in Cambodia, 16-year-old girl points to the scar where she tried to slit her wrist with a broken plate. Two years before, she left her province when offered a job as a cleaning...
Cambodians Usher in a Miraculous Moment for Christianity
How the Southeast Asian country went from an underground church to a church-planting boom. Dozens of pastors crowded around Hun Sen with smartphones extended, snapping selfies to commemorate the Cambodian prime minister’s first-ever meeting with local Christians. The government session...
Cambodia’s Child Sex Industry Is Dwindling—And They Have Christians to Thank
From rescues to legal reform, a faithful minority changed the country’s criminal landscape. Sek Saroeun first read the Bible at a Phnom Penh bar where young girls were illegally sold for sex. Hamburgers were $1.00, draft beers were $1.50, and bigger bills could get you a companion for the...
NORP Think and the U.S. Criminal Justice System
NORP = Normal Ordinary Responsible Person The United States is the world’s leader in incarceration. Although America is home to only about 1/20 of the world’s population, we house almost 1/4 of the world’s prisoners. Criminologists have coined the term “mass...
Egypt crucial for Christianity’s future
Egypt (MNN) -- Egypt’s president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, recently released the Egyptian-American charity worker, Aya Hijazi, 30, along with her husband and four other workers who have been imprisoned in Cairo for the past three years. The release of these six humanitarian workers comes at a...
Aging with dignity: resources for church-driven care
United States (MNN) -- The needs within the Church can vary from congregation to congregation. But Tom Lothamer of Life Matters Worldwide suggests there is one need that will continue to exist for all churches -- the need to take good care of the aging. And it’s a growing issue in a culture...