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A Heart for Iraq’s Children

Americans Jeremy and Jessica Courtney moved their family to war-torn Iraq  to provide lifesaving medical care to Iraqi children. Are you willing to move from your comfort zone? read more

A Believer’s Guide to the Immigration Debate

With 71 percent of Latinos voting to re-elect President Obama, there's no doubt the immigration issue was a key concern. Here are 10 considerations that Christians should bear in mind about the immigration debate.  read more

Christians Building a City From Scratch

Students from charismatic Lee University have started People for Care & Learning, which isn't just clothing and feeding widows and orphans but building an entire city for them.  read more

Making Every Shot Count

As basketball season rolls in this month, 18-year-old Austin Gutwein continues to use his favorite sport to save and change lives. read more
Joe Bradford

Unconditionally True

Known as “Papa Joe” to the hundreds of inner-city families he helps, Joe Bradford has a powerful testimony that reads like a movie. This month his story comes to the big screen via Unconditional—a film as inspiring as Papa Joe’s ministry. read more

Facebook Game Helps Fight Hunger

World Vision has developed a game that is not only fun, but also gives players a chance to help nourish hungry children and families in impoverished communities around the world. read more

Katie Davis

She’s a 22-Year-Old Mother of 13

It was love at first sight for Katie Davis—not an abnormal feeling for a senior in high school. But for Davis, it was life-changing, not merely emotional. read more

Philip Cameron

A Home for Stella

Philip Cameron never planned on extending his family, nor had he envisioned creating a refuge for potential sex slaves. Yet his efforts to transform orphans into walking testimonies of God’s love are now transforming a country. read more

Leaving No Darkness Behind Christine Caine

Leaving No Darkness Behind

Conference speaker·Christine Caine·has shone Christ’s light in the world’s darkest places. Now she’s bent on exposing—and abolishing—the $12.3 billion global sex-trafficking industry.· read more

Modern-Day Mordecai

A Modern-Day Mordecai

J. Lee Grady, the former award-winning editor of Charisma, travels the world today rallying women to bravely serve God. What made this easygoing journalist an advocate for biblical equality?  read more

Saving India's Daughters P.P. Job

Saving India’s Daughters

P.P. Job paid a high price for preaching the gospel when his two sons were martyred. But today his adopted daughters—504 in all—are a legacy of his faith in Christ. read more
Bishop W.C. and Donna Martin

Miracle in Possum Trot

In a tiny Texas town, Bishop W.C. and Donna Martin adopted four children. Their sacrifice triggered an avalanche of love that touched more than 70 orphans. read more
Marvin Gaye

The Gospel and Marvin Gaye

Injustice moved the Motown artist to write “What’s Going On?” and activate his generation. Shouldn’t the church be doing the same? read more

America's Ugliest Crime

Charles J. Powell went undercover in three U.S. cities to investigate human trafficking—and his results were astounding. read more

Everyday Abolitionists

All these people have full-time jobs in other professions, but they’re using their God-given gifts to make a difference and help stop the traffic. read more

Stop Child Slavery Now

The horror of child sex trafficking has grown to be almost as big as the global drug trade. But the abusers can be stopped if enough of us act now. read more

Nancy Alcorn

An Angel of Mercy

Nancy Alcorn, founder of Mercy Ministries, leads a one-woman crusade to help abused, addicted and pregnant girls find hope. read more

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