There's a remarkable article in Saturday's New York Times by Nicholas Kristof: Learning from the Sin of S
It's one thing to go to the "Holy Land" and see where Jesus worked and walked in the past.
Last week I had the privilege of attending the Urbana 09 Missions Conference put on every three years by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. It was powerful to be worshiping Christ with 17,000 young adults who were saying "Here am I Lord, send me."
The rhetoric soared today as rich nation leaders -- UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Australia's PM Kevin Rudd and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton -- urged completion of a deal to slow global warm
350 might be the most important number in the world at the moment.
World Vision is at the Copenhagen climate change talks because this is no longer an environmental crisis alone, but a deepening humanitarian crisis.
Sunday was officially a day of rest for delegates at Copenhagen who took a break from the Bella Centre.
In search of a global ethic and political will, in freezing weather and the most dispiriting cavernous building under cold grey Copenhagen skies, this search by 34,000 people with 3500 press observ
Nowadays everyone's talking about nuclear disarmament.