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Transformational Development in Peru

I have often been impressed with the way the Chalmers Center works through indigenous churches to help locals come to understand their own abilities, resources, and dignity while helping them emerge from impoverished circumstances.  Their recent newsletter showcased one example of a Peruvian group experiencing the satisfying results of beginning

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Great Commission Utilitarianism, Part 2

What are the foundations of Great Commission Utilitarianism? Every theme or issue has its grounding in a worldview or several worldviews. Utilitarianism was born out of a materialistic, pragmatic worldview. This was driven into Western thinking through secular humanists like Darwin, Dewey, and Freud. Instead of defending biblical theism when

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Practicing Compassion

When God appeared to Moses on Mount Sinai, he passed before him and proclaimed his name (Ex. 34:5-7). What was the first word God used to describe himself? Compassion. Indeed, this quality is at the very center of  his nature. As Marvin Olasky reminds us in The Tragedy of American Compassion, compassion

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Ralph Winter, the Church, and Global Missions

  On May 20, Dr. Ralph Winter, veteran missionary to Guatemala and missions activist extraordinaire, went to be with the Lord. Among his many achievements, Dr. Winter, along with his wife Roberta, founded the U.S. Center for World Mission in Pasadena, and helped found the popular missions training program, Perspectives on the

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Music that Writes Culture, Part 8

This is post 8 of 9 in the series “Music that Writes Culture” Music that Writes Culture, Part 1 Music that Writes Culture, Part 2 Music that Writes Culture, Part 3 Music that Writes Culture, Part 4 Music that Writes Culture, Part 5 Music that Writes Culture, Part 6 Music

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