August-September 1992

Cover Story

Development endangers a way of life on South Carolina's Daufuskie Island


An inside look at the road to recovery
Finding the presence of God in Alcoholics Anonymous


A legacy of Buddhist nonviolence and Thai military
Economic sanctions have taken on new importance in modern international relations. 
After three decades of supporting corrupt dictators, the United States has a second chance to help build a better future for this famine-plagued region.

Culture Watch

The influence of the Hispanic media in the United States
Latin Americas Faustian bargain with violence
In the past several years, the two largest Spanish-language television networks in the United States, Telemundo and Univision, have faced protests from Latinos..
A manual for holistic development
Christian crossover artists
The cultural influence of the Far Right
Lou Reed once said of his live performances: "It's really like going to a concert."


South African church leaders have been thrust back into the forefront of the struggle against apartheid in the wake of the June 17 massacre in the township of Boipatong
While this summer's strategic arms agreement between Presidents Bush and Yeltsin has been praised as a "giant step" away from nuclear weapons, some have raised concerns...
Hamlet, North Carolina (Luke 16:19-31)
We are starved for the Word of God