“Know then thyself…” wrote Alexander Pope in the opening lines of his poem "An Essay on Man: Epistle II."
In May, our partners reported about the desperate situation in the D. R. Congo as Ebola swept through several major cities in the north-east province.
My life was pretty typical for many Cambodians.
The first thing you will notice about a Moldovan orphanage is its silence.
Children in these institutions are often not allowed outside, forced to lay in their cots and ignored by workers who only address their most basic needs.
Coffee-lovers rejoice! Studies are coming out that drinking coffee daily is linked to lowered risks of stroke and Type 2 diabetes.
In 2014, elections in India brought the Bharatiya Janata Party (Indian People’s Party) into power.
They are often described as the “Hindu Nationalist Party.” If that title summoned up shades of another nationalist government and social group that the West knew all too well in the 1940s, the comparison wouldn’t be far off.
Under the boot of Communism, many Christians in the Soviet Union faced harsh oppression. Evangelicals worshipped in underground churches, taking communion out in the forest and being baptized at night. Bibles and Christian literature were confiscated and destroyed.