Sharon Dierberger
Krieg Barrie

Allies against porn

Sexuality | Pornography’s opponents now include an assembly of secular activists 
by Sharon Dierberger
Posted 7/04/19, 03:27 pm

She speaks with the fervor of a tent preacher, proclaiming a message that resonates with Christians, but the Bible isn’t her handbook. Gail Dines is a self-described radical feminist who wants pornography stopped.

Dines, of the Boston porn-fighting nonprofit Culture Reframed, is part of a growing secular movement to eliminate violent, degrading sexual images, especially on the internet. Feminists, medical professionals, and legislators are working together, sometimes alongside Christians, in a multipronged attack on porn.

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Training Leaders International

Kindness to strangers

Documentary | Film shows inspiring Christian work among refugees in Greece
by Sharon Dierberger
Posted 6/13/19, 03:40 pm

Rarely do media report anymore on European tent cities crammed with desperate refugees. Jesus in Athens, a new documentary by Training Leaders International, won’t let us forget these outcasts. Exceptional videography and illustrations, compelling interviews, and personal stories tell how Christ is bringing Muslims in Greece to saving faith through Christian love. 

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D-Day plus 75 years

Lifestyle | God saves a soldier to save others an ocean away
by Sharon Dierberger
Posted 5/23/19, 02:04 pm

Seventy-five years ago on June 6, the Allied invasion of Normandy—D-Day—marked a turning point of World War II. It was also a turning point for Ken Jacobs, an American soldier in the second wave hitting Omaha Beach, code name for one of the five sectors of the invasion.

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