Changes in Mormon social ethics
The 19th-century Mormon kingdom emphasized the common good. Later came a shift toward personal morality as the mark of saintliness.
Life on the ecclesiastical frontier
In Strasbourg, my husband and I became ecclesiastical two-timers. Once we'd done that, it was easy to become three-timers.
The challenges of African agriculture
The developed world's negligence has produced one of Africa's cruelest ironies: its farmers are its hungriest people.
At the 2009 G8 conference, $22 billion was pledged to agricultural development and food security. This year it was only $3 billion.
Can the Jordan roll again?
The Jordan River is too shallow for Michael to row across, and the shore is a stinking pile of sludge. But something redemptive is happening.
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