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March 25, 2010

Afghanistan: Why I believe it's a mission that matters

By: Hannah Vanderkooy

Initially, I was happy that the war was finally showing signs of conclusion. However, I now realize that there is a job to be done and a peace to be made. This cannot be done prematurely. Read More
March 19, 2010

Where was God?

By: Hal Roberts

When the earthquake struck Haiti Jan.12th,10 a friend and former co-worker asked me Where was God in this disaster? Read More
March 5, 2010

Why I think the court challenge to legalize prostitution is a bad idea.

By: Shona Stewart

As a former prostitute who is now working on helping women exit the trade (Setting the Captives Free Ministries Inc.), whether they chose to be in it or were trafficked, I have a lot to say about this. Read More
February 24, 2010

My faith: The good, the bad and the ugly

By: Hannah Vanderkooy

A Jewish Rabbi once asked me if the cross I wear around my neck was mandatory for Christianity. Read More
February 19, 2010

Voicing our concerns

By: Medical Students

As students and residents in medicine, wishing to remain faithful to the ideals that motivated us to enter the medical profession, we feel called upon by the controversy concerning assisted suicide

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February 12, 2010

What to do about cheating?

By: Jeff Groenewald

When Context with Lorna Dueck started working on the cheaters show that is featured this week we were working in the wake of the Tiger Woods sex scandal. The Tiger story broke on November 27, 2009. Read More
February 12, 2010

Forget Tiger Woods-Is your marriage solid?

By: Angie Kays-Burden

Tabloids have pounced on Tiger Woods for his apparent failure to uphold family values. Their stories use traditional morals to define adultery as scandal and include words like sin and confession. Read More
February 5, 2010

Who doesn't love a good scandal?

By: Jeff Groenewald

Humanitarian agencies, relief specialists, medical practicitioners, and well intentioned individuals the world over are piling into Haiti to help after the devastating earthquake. As if the confusion and level of complexity in the relief effort were not enough, add to the mix the story of alleged abduction and human trafficking � and reportedly at the core of it, Southern Baptists. Read More
January 18, 2010

Thirty hours in Haiti

By: Donna Carter

Our American Airlines flight touched down in Port au Prince, Haiti late Tuesday afternoon. As soon as the seatbelt sign went out, we stood and gathered our belongings and I said to our team, Let the adventure begin, I had no idea...

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January 7, 2010

Vacillating Over Vaccinating

By: Jeff Groenewald

When it comes to the question of whether or not to vaccinate, people in churches across the country may find themselves considering that well-worn question, 'What would Jesus do?'

If they're not, maybe they should be.

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December 22, 2009

News that took you deeper

By: Patricia Paddey

I love my work here at Context with Lorna Dueck. I admit I am a bit of a news junkie by nature. I�m also a committed Christian who believes God takes an active interest in the affairs of men. So having the opportunity each week - to dig into the news to look for how God might be at work through the lives of people connected to the biggest stories of the day � can feel like a gift.

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December 16, 2009

2009: The year that was

By: Patricia Paddey

Still, as I worked on putting our 2009 Year In Review show together, I did find myself reflecting momentarily on insights gleaned over the previous 12 months. Here are a few of them:
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