Telling the works

Family | One woman’s weekly letters to her family testify to God’s work in matters great and small
by Kathyrn Lewis
Posted 8/01/19, 08:53 pm

Many older Christians wonder how to communicate their beliefs about God to children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Charlotte resident Ernesta Wood, 88, has found a way.

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Three other R’s

History | Scottish evangelicals of the 19th century can teach us about revival, reformation, and reunion
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 7/04/19, 11:29 am

In 2012 Manhattan could boast of 31 developments in which a 2,300-square-foot condo would sell for at least $5 million. Seven fat years later, that number has more than tripled. Some are in parts of the city where neighbors a block away are at least relatively poor, so development owners are creating ways for residents not to have to leave their buildings.

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Regulatory orphans

Adoption | Adoption advocates worry new rules on international adoption will leave more children languishing in orphanages
by Jamie Dean
Posted 4/12/18, 03:33 pm

When Michelet Joseph arrived in the United States in the summer of 2015, the small Haitian boy couldn’t pull up or stand up on his own.

Michelet was nearly 7 years old.

Born with hydrocephalus, Michelet was 11 months old when his mother died. His father had abandoned the family. Michelet spent the next year in a mountain village north of Port-au-Prince, lying on the floor while his grandfather farmed.

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