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November 15, 2017

Living the Beatitudes: Do Those Who Have Nothing Have Everything?

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I’m not sure if it was coincidental or if God arranged it for a reason, but on September 20, 2017, the day Hurricane Maria ripped through Puerto Rico as a Category four storm, I found myself outside an ancient brick church in one of the low-income...

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October 25, 2017

Beauty Instead of Ashes

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Media headlines this summer announced that Pakistan’s national flag would fly at half-mast in commemoration of the life of Dr. Ruth Pfau, a German-born missionary and nun. Heralded as “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa,” Dr. Pfau was granted a state funeral...

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October 4, 2017

Living the Beatitudes: No Greater Love

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It all began on a steamy summer night in Meridian, Mississippi in 1964. Tensions were high in America that summer as thousands of civil rights workers – many of them white college students from the north – responded to the Congress of Racial...

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September 13, 2017

Living the Beatitudes: Confronted by Truth

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Despite the opposition of her colleagues, Alice attracted more students to her classes than other professors in the department. More than one of her students came to faith, impressed by the love they encountered in her classroom. Her popularity was...

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