Compassion

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Turning poverty into an opportunity for the gospel

By Russ Pulliam
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Compassion | Working out of an aging church building in the Eastside community of Indianapolis, Neighborhood Fellowship is waging a low-key undeclared war on poverty. The…

Words search

Words search

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | New names, new stories, new journalists, new songs

Locks, burqas, and welfare: Signs of weakness, not strength

Locks, burqas, and welfare: Signs of weakness, not strength

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | Do home windows with metal grilles, doors with triple locks, and signs that advertise security systems suggest a societal commitment to the sanctity of…

From demoralized to remoralized Republicans

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | Readers sent me some thoughtful suggestions in response to my question about re-branding “compassionate conservatism.” (I suggested a nomenclature change…

‘Soul-crushing dependency’

By Marvin Olasky
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Poverty | When New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof gets out and reports, he learns that reality differs from what his fellow Times columnists (and sometimes Kristof…

C.C. Lazarus awakens

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | Could compassionate conservatism, mostly dead from 2002 to 2008 and dodo-dead since then, have a return engagement? Columnist Jonah Goldberg last week wrote,

True grit

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | Churches, businesses, and homeowners face loss from Sandy and dig in

Feeding thousands

By Dick Peterson
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Compassion | Groups of volunteers show the love of Christ by tirelessly preparing meals for New Jerseyans affected by Superstorm Sandy

Disaster-zone voting

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | Election Day in New Jersey requires ripping out floors and pumping out storm water at polling places

Feeding the hungry

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, local churches do not forget those living in lower Manhattan’s housing projects

What does it mean to be our brother’s keeper?

By Barbara Curtis
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Compassion | Some years ago our family faced a series of crises that left us temporarily unable to cope on our own. My doctor prescribed anti-depressants, but I never took…

Shelter in the time of storm

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | In the darkness of lower Manhattan, food dwindles but homeless shelters keep a light on

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