Helping Addicts Off the Streets: A Legacy of Lives Restored
Collette Caprara, The Foundry
Last week, the nation lost a true champion of civil society with the passing of Bob Coté. Thirty years ago, Coté launched Step 13, a facility/program for addicts and alcoholics in the midst of the skid-row section of Denver.
Christians in the Kettle: Engaging public policy in self-defense.
Barrett Duke, ERLC
Given the condition of our culture today, a posture of self-defense makes sense. Much of society is growing increasingly hostile to the Christian message and more resistant to the biblical worldview. – See more at: http://erlc.com/article/christians-in-the-kettle-engaging-public-policy-in-self-defense#sthash.YJJ964Mg.dpuf
Progressives Have Destroyed Founding Fathers Dream of Limited Government
David Corbin and Matthew Parks, The Blaze
It has not been a good week for American government. But does this mean it has been a good week for the American people? Perhaps.
A Missionary with A Mind for Economics
Elise Amyx, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Discussing the link between spiritual and material needs, the pitfalls of practical missions experience, and the need for “Haitian Heroes.”