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‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’

By Michael Parnell | September 20, 2019

‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ is an outlier swimming in a sea of summer’s comic-book movies. It’s a fish-out-of-water tale about two young men. Neither has family, but they find family in each other.

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Jorge Zapata, director of Fellowship Southwest's Immigrant Relief Ministry, shows the situation in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico (Part 1 of 4). Learn more about FSW at FellowshipSouthwest.org.

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By Rhonda Abbott Blevins | September 11, 2019
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Finding your voice as a preacher takes time. It can be more challenging for women who have fewer role models in the pulpit. How do you find your unique voice? Know yourself, play to your strength and preach the good news.

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Will Need and Privilege Come Together for Common Good?

By Colin Harris | September 10, 2019
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Ethnicity, gender, nationality and frameworks of opportunity influence whether a person bears the burden of need or enjoys the benefits of privilege. How do we bridge the gap to achieve a community focused on a common good?

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5 Steps When Your Church or Minister Needs an Intervention

By Bill Wilson | September 10, 2019
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Churches or ministers can head down a path of destruction that requires stepping in with an intervention. If you think your church or minister is in trouble, proactively and humbly raise the possibility of seeking professional care.

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Gender Discrimination ‘Root Cause’ of Stateless Children

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | September 10, 2019
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Gender discrimination is a ‘root cause’ of stateless children, the UN refugee agency reported, leaving many of them with no official nationality and possibly resulting in wide-ranging violations of children’s rights.

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By Jeremy K. Everett | September 9, 2019
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Nearly one out of six US children lives in a food-insecure household. Hunger stimulates physical pain, anger, lethargy and depression. To make a dent in hunger and poverty, we need to work together in a coordinated capacity.

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