Vol. 35, No. 4
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Minority opinion

Politics | Can Donald Trump gain enough black voters to make a difference in 2020?

2020 Children’s Books of the Year

Children’s Books of the Year | A TIME FOR VIGILANCE: Children need their parents not only to guard against objectionable books but to promote good ones. The titles in the following pages are books to consider

Picture books

Children’s Books of the Year | TURNING A SHACK INTO A HOME: Brightening colors help tell a story of hope amid tragedy


Children’s Books of the Year | BECOMING A GENTLEMAN: How tragedy can produce an honorable young man


Children’s Books of the Year | AGAINST THE ODDS: How God planned the steps of a girl with deformed feet

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Effective Compassion, Episode 8: Sunrise

In the midst of political wrangling, thousands of small non-profits keep working to fight poverty and homelessness across the country. But what does that look like at ground level? Anna Johansen takes a closer look at the homeless communities of south Austin and talks with pastor Mark Hilbelink about how Sunrise Community Church became a sought after social service agency. Effective Compassion is a production of WORLD. Learn more at wng.org.

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Insightful interviews with popular musicians, Christian thought leaders, makers of movies and television, respected authors, and key political leaders.

A conversation with Philip Ryken

Philip Ryken is the president of Wheaton College, one of the most influential evangelical institutions in the country. On this episode of Listening In, host Warren Smith talks with Ryken about the history of Wheaton and how the school has handled several recent controversies.

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