Jennifer Lau, associate executive director of Canadian Baptist Ministries, talks about the "She Matters" campaign.
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“Rather than trying to isolate hours of the day that are completely free from work or slog through hours totally devoid of leisure, we’re melding the two together,” wrote Alison Stein Wellner in July’s American Demographics. “Rather than trying to isolate hours of the day that are completely free from work or slog through hours […]Read More
For many Americans the measuring stick for “how rich is rich” increases as pay increases, according to a new survey. Though median income for four-person households is $50,000 a year, the majority responded $63,000 is needed to live comfortably and $155,000 is “rich,” according to a Roper Starch Worldwide Inc. survey commissioned by Hearst Magazines. […]Read More
A Web site dedicated to pastoral ethics has been launched. A Web site dedicated to pastoral ethics has been launched. Pastoralethics.com is “the pastors’ and church leaders’ source for interaction and information on the variety of ethical dilemmas and challenges faced in ministry today,” the site read. Frank Merryweather and Stanley J. Grenz manage and […]Read More
Black men and women are imprisoned for drug offenses twice as often as white drug users, though there are five times more white users than black users, according to a recent report. Of drug offenders sent to prison in 1996, 62.7 percent were African-American and 36.7 were white, according to a report by Human Rights […]Read More
Web sites offering “Christian products” appear more and more frequently. iChristian.com, iBelieve.com and Christianbook.com are a few of the Web sites targeting Christians for electronic commerce. “Bringing popular Christian resources right to your door.” “Your headquarters for everything Christian . . . for less!” Web sites offering “Christian products” appear more and more frequently. iChristian.com, […]Read More