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Amid the afternoon bustle of downtown Charlotte, N.C, an unlikely group gathers each day at 3 p.m. around a table in a corner restaurant. On this particular day, it is a homeless man, a homeless woman, a construction worker, a... Continue...

I never gave hunger much thought until I became a mother. Motherhood begins with conversations about “the schedule” and bottles and quickly turns to the veggie/fruit count, snack monitoring and introduction of potential allergens. The information and advice you receive... Continue...

“I sit and look out upon all the sorrows of the world, and upon all oppression and shame… I see the wife misused by her husband— I see the treacherous seducer of young women… All these—All the meanness and agony... Continue...

One of the most underreported stories of the last decade is about good news: we’re winning the struggle against chronic hunger around the globe. A recent U.N. report estimates that the number of chronically undernourished people in the world has... Continue...

All of us have encountered people who do not have the basic necessities of life. To see someone without food to eat and ignore their situation goes against who we claim to be as God’s people. We know that. So, what... Continue...

Dan Dewitt discusses his new book Jesus or Nothing and the misconceptions many atheists have with the deity of Christ. DeWitt has been the dean of Boyce College since May 2011. He previously served as the vice president for communications at Southern Seminary,... Continue...

Accreditation just gets “curiouser and curiouser” (to quote Alice in Wonderland). The New England Association of Schools and Colleges is pressuring Gordon College to drop its strictures against “homosexual practice,” and Gordon has bought time by agreeing to review the policy... Continue...

Tim and Jess had only been married for eight months, but the honeymoon was most certainly over. The sweet conversations that once marked their relationship had been replaced with constant bickering. Their laughter had dulled and their distance had grown. Their... Continue...

“Without fathers, there is no baseball, only football and basketball.” - Diana Schaub, National Affairs Baseball is uniquely a sport that fathers pass on to their children. When Willie Mays speaks of his dad teaching him how to walk when he... Continue...

This morning’s announcement that the Supreme Court denied review of several petitions over disputes about the legal recognition of same-sex marriage has produced a flood of responses and speculation about the future of marriage in America. But what do we... Continue...