Vol. 34, No. 10
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The view from ‘Doralzuela’

Politics | How refugees at ground level describe socialism’s latest failure. Will young Americans listen?

Living the Mexican dream

Immigration | Haitian immigrants who once tried to get to the United States are today building a future south of the border

‘I don’t have words for what I saw’

Terrorism | Sri Lankan churches begin their recovery from Easter bombings amid ongoing threats and restrictions

Sharing spaces in ‘God’s tribe’

Religion | A communal mountain tribe in Taiwan is attracting tourists while showcasing its indigenous heritage and Christian faith

More than overcomers

News | In a fortnight of darkness, light pierces through

NPR from a Christian Worldview: Each weekday morning, enjoy daily radio news, interviews, commentary, and original features reported from the field.

May
23
5.23.19 Parents against California sex ed, and celebrating Memorial Day

Mary Reichard talks to pro-life lawyer Clarke Forsythe about the strategy some states are taking to protect the lives of the unborn; Jill Nelson reports on the pushback from California parents against new sex ed lessons; and Kim Henderson visits with WWII veterans who gather weekly to remember their fellow servicemen. Plus: a preview of Listening In, and commentary from Cal Thomas.

For sharable story transcripts and audio, please visit worldandeverything.org

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

May
17
A conversation with Glenn Stanton

This week, Warren Smith talks with Glenn Stanton, the director of Global Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family, and the author of a new book: The Myth of the Dying Church: How Christianity Is Actually Thriving In America And Around The World.

For shareable story transcripts and audio, please visit worldandeverything.org

WORLD Around the World

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