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To Keep Haiti Alive

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 02-01-1994

On the third anniversary of Jean-Bertrand Aristide's landslide election to the presidency, 16 U.S.

Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 02-01-1994

Lay Volunteer Opportunities

This month's "Seeds" focuses on voluntary service programs. Each one here is open to all Christians regardless of denominational affiliation.

Still Fighting for Democracy in Haiti

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 02-01-1994

The Clinton administration has dropped hints that it may be backing off its support for exiled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, but members of the U.S.

Zero Shopping Days 'til Christmas

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 01-01-1994

For some religious leaders, spending hundreds of dollars for Christmas gifts - ostensibly to honor the birth of one who had "no place to lay his head" - is not merely ironic, it's sinful.

Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 01-01-1994
Money Matters

How do Christians respond to consumerism, the global economy, housing issues, and food crises?

A Bridge of Justice

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 01-01-1994

The U.S. government took hundreds of thousands of square miles from native people. In a recent ceremony in Alaska, the church gave a small portion of that land back.

Support Women, or Stay Lay

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 01-01-1994

While many denominations across the globe have opened the door to the ordination of women, none have taken as resolute an action for equality as the Lutheran bishops of Sweden.

Briefly Noted

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 01-01-1994

The Mennonite Central Committee is launching a project to rid northern Laos of unexploded bombs dropped by U.S. planes during the Vietnam war.

A School Bus to Cuba

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 11-01-1993

Ninety vehicles--including pick-up trucks, an ambulance, cars, and a school bus--set out this summer to deliver food, medicine, and other supplies to Cuba, in intentional violation of the U.S.

South Africa: Another Step Toward Freedom

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 11-01-1993

Anticipating South Africa's first democratic election

Amazon Massacre Draws Outrage

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 11-01-1993

Environmental organizations respond to massacre of Yanomami in Brazil

A Classic Case of Conscience

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 11-01-1993

Coverage of Bill Ramsey's reflections on jail and war taxes

Briefly Noted

by Jim Rice, by Jill Carroll Lafferty 11-01-1993

The Chicago City Council passed an ordinance in August that will require genetically engineered foods and food products to bear the words, "This food is genetically engineered."