How generosity can help end Latin America’s biggest crisis

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On an international scale, here is what generosity looks like – and what it can potentially do. Just before he stepped down as Colombia’s president on Aug. 7, Juan Manuel Santos granted temporary residency permits to 440,000 refugees from Venezuela, doubling the number given in recent years. It

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As Japan’s farmers age, drones help with heavy lifting

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Tome, Japan The next generation farmhand in Japan’s aging rural heartland may be a drone. For several months, developers and farmers in northeast Japan have been testing a new drone that can hover above paddy fields and perform backbreaking tasks in a fraction of the time it takes for

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Allergies healed

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When I was a teenager, I began suffering from seasonal allergies at the end of each summer. Often when my family and friends were enjoying activities outdoors, I was either trying to keep up and feeling miserable, or cooped up indoors, not feeling much better. Once when I was with my family and

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Reaching People with the Gospel

Category: Family, Featured, General, Outreach
On my recent trip to Scotland I participated in an Ask Me Anything event at a local bookstore, and was asked two related questions: What is the best way to reach people with the Gospel in the modern world, and what is your preferred method of evangelism?  Here are my answers to those questions.

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A La Carte (August 23)

Category: Family, Featured, General, Outreach
There is just one new Kindle deal today. But if you buy it, send in your receipt and you’ll receive the audiobook for free. Westminster Books has some back-to-school deals (for whether you’re going back to grade school or back to seminary or anywhere in between). Practicing the Power You will

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