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Good news wins

International | We can do more than lead with what bleeds
by Mindy Belz
Posted 1/17/19, 02:38 pm

You likely heard the news of unidentified drones at Gatwick and later Heathrow airports last month, forcing delays in flight takeoffs and landings while raising alarm bells for aviation safety monitors. Drones have the potential to wreak havoc but also bring good. Yet good news, we know, rarely makes headlines. 

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Margaret Ferrec

‘The love is here’

Effective Compassion | In Brooklyn, a church without much money gives addicts a rare welcome mat
by Emily Belz
Posted 1/17/19, 01:55 pm

In our coverage of the drug crisis over the last few years, we’ve asked ourselves regularly: Where are churches? Why are there so few Christian resources for a crisis that is killing 72,000 Americans a year? Kristen Gunn, a woman I interviewed last year who had become dependent on benzodiazepines, told me her church was “the hardest place to talk about any of this.”

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Generational guidance

Q&A | Helping tomorrow’s leaders navigate a changing world
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 8/13/18, 02:35 am

Jeff Myers is president of Summit Ministries, which trains Christian students to think and act Biblically. Here are edited excerpts of our discussion in front of Patrick Henry College students last March.

Two decades ago you told me four disruptive questions to ask if someone is ranting in a debate: “What do you mean by that? Where do you get your information? How do you know you’re right? What happens if you’re wrong?” I’ve added two more: “How did you arrive at that conclusion? Do you think that’s the whole story?”

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