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Article | Politics >
For weeks our nation has been fixated on the presidential election as we decide what direction we want our country to take.
Video | Cause >
Team World Vision Runners Build Kits for Sandy | World Vision
In light of the NYC Marathon being canceled, Team World Vision runners chose to build emergency reli…
Blog Entry | Work >
Meet 4word woman Marcia Larson, who works as an HR Project Manager (aka Bossypants) at Dow Jones/The Wall Street Journal. Marcia is also a national board member of The Salvation Army, and (self-confessed!) is in love with Tony Blair. She … Continue reading →
Blog Entry | Work >
Another Friday means another roundup of our favorite news, blogs, videos, and pins. Enjoy!     Take Notice FRIEND: 47% of Facebook users have unfriended someone on Facebook because of the election. Now that the election is over Chris Taylor says … Continue reading →
Article | Christian Living >
Hurricane Sandy plunged the author & his family into a week-long experience that many poor people endure every day. He reflects.
Blog Entry | Blogs >
We all like to think of Google as one of the corporate giants of technology, however, not even Google is immune from the forces of nature. Google announced earlier today that it would postpone their Android event which was scheduled for Monday October 29th in New York City. The event
Blog Entry | Women >
I don’t know about you, but rest does not come easy to me. I’m a natural born do-er. So years ago when we decided to actually take a Sabbath day of rest (we chose Sundays), it felt well, unnatural. I won’t lie, it still sometimes feels unnatural which is
Article | Inspiration >
Philip Yancey, author of "The Question That Never Goes Away," talks with FaithVillage about pain, suffering, Newtown, Japan, Sarajevo, natural disasters, and the Christian response to suffering.
Article | Books >
Tor Constantino reviews Leon Hayduchok's new book, "Dying to Control: The 21st Century Dilemma."
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An exhibit at New York’s Museum of Biblical Art makes one point clear and inescapable: Biblical narratives and imagery have been an underlying constant in the life of African-American Christians.