How to fight Islamic injustice? Use Sharia as shield, Muslim lawyer says

Hauwa Ibrahim caught the world’s attention in 2002 as the human rights lawyer who rescued Amina Lawal, a poor and illiterate rural woman who bore a child out of wedlock, from a sentence of death by stoning.  What’s less well known is that she did it using Islamic Sharia law precepts.

For Anne Graham Lotz, it’s about relationship, not religion

LotzA new book by Anne Graham Lotz-- The Magnificent Obsession: Embracing the God-Filled Life --focuses on the biblical story of Abraham. She insists religion is "one of the biggest hindrances to finding God.”


Faith Digest

One in 10 U.S. churches employs a woman as senior pastor, double the percentage from a decade ago, according to a new survey by the Barna Group.

Debt keeps families, churches from reaching potential

If Americans had followed biblical financial principles, they could have lessened—or completely avoided—the worst recession in decades, two prominent Christian money management specialists said.

‘Generosity’ might say it better

Stewardship emphases often elicit yawns— or strategically timed absences— in many churches.  But it deals with some pretty attractive ideas— generosity of spirit, the virtue of thrift and freedom from debt. 
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