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Finding the extended family of God's creation
The labels "we" and "they" don't tend to open doors for communication—between neighbors or between nations. In this "Profile" a member of the United States Foreign Service talks about how prayer has helped him stop labeling and love more so that he can play a healing role in countries where he is assigned. For professional reasons, he has asked that this interview be published without his name.
What I like so much about the kind of work that I am doing is that I can be an interface between one particular culture, one set of values and traditions, and another. I think that we Americans sometimes feel that we have so much that we want to give to other people. But there also is much for us all to share. There are unique ways of expressing love and truth and beauty, and these come through so strongly in each culture.
Silent prayer for the people of all nations
Can prayer help in the face of large-scale disasters?
Scott Truesdale Thompson
The "intensive care" God gives us
Isabel F. Bates
How it will come about
How far does Love go?
Michael D. Rissler
When Ronnie runs
At one point I had been experiencing periodic headaches
David Christian Smith
I was raised with the teachings of Christian Science and have...
Connie M. Maxwell
One Saturday I was clearing out my garden
Jessie M. Favre
I would like to express my deepest gratitude to God for the...
James K. Brother, Jr. with contributions from Lee K. Brother
My dad passed on suddenly when I was only eight years of age
John Maynard Detch