MTW Fights Sex Trafficking in Cambodia
by Melanie Benedict

Khmer women, from the predominant ethnic group in Cambodia, are often forced into the sex industry by their own family members.

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A Decade of Ministry to Church-Planter Wives
by Zoe Erler

Many pastors didn’t even know the names of the other pastors’ wives in their presbytery. At best, it seemed like pastors’ wives were isolated; at worst, some were on the verge of a breakdown.

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Valentine’s Day: Time to Show and Tell
by Alan Dowd

I love you means giving completely of yourself for others — God, your spouse, your brother, your neighbor, your comrades-in-arms.”

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The Vitality of Youth, the Wisdom of Age
by Steve Estes

Proverbs 20:29 tells us, “The glory of young men is their strength. Gray hair is the splendor of the old.” Or as the Moffat translation puts it, “A young man’s strength is his charm, and gray hairs make even an old man beautiful.”

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Our Work and Life’s Meaning
by Richard Doster

We long for our work to matter, and this yearning, along with our talents and gifts, is inborn, it comes from a place beyond ourselves.

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