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Noblesse Oblige

The other day, I watched one of favorite old movies, the original 1944 version of The Canterville Ghost. It takes place in England during World War II and stars Charles Laughton, Robert Young, and a very young Margaret O’Brien.  Margaret was so endearing and spoke so beautifully as a child. In the film, the phrase “noblesse oblige” arises... >Full Story

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Being Generous When Times Are Tough

In difficult economic times like these, it’s natural to search for ways to cut expenses and reduce the pressure on your family income. Among the many ways to lower expenses, the easiest may seem to stop making donations to your favorite charities. If we truly believe in what these organizations are doing, discontinuing our financial support means...... >Read More



The Way to Rejoicing

I gave a homeless man five minutes of my time, a smile and a chance to earn a few dollars. In return he taught me a valuable lesson. Honestly I had tried to avoid him at first. I saw him walking toward me as I pushed my grocery cart across the parking lot. He wore cutoff jeans, a t-shirt with... >Read More



Compassion Still Needed

Six months ago a massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake left nearly a quarter of a million people dead and another 1.5 million people homeless. As the terrible news was broadcast around the globe, governments worldwide pledged over $5billion in relief. Although relief efforts to this point have been commendable, months later most of that money has yet...... >Read More



5 Ways to Care for Others

"Dear children, let’s not merely say that we love each other; let us show the truth by our actions. Our actions will show that we belong to the truth, so we will be confident when we stand before God." 1 John 3:18-19, NLT Most churches want to help & care for others, but don't know how to start. Jason... >Read More



AFTERSHOCK: an Update from Haiti

After a massive 6.1 aftershock rocked Port-au-Prince once again this week, we received an urgent message from our Canadian GAiN staff in Haiti. "After spending the past 5 days seeing, feeling and smelling the destruction and massive loss of life from the earthquake just over one week ago, I am deeply moved. I realized that I would never have made...... >Read More



Doing Much with Little

It’s easy to think that charity is something someone else should do, someone who has a lot more money than I do. But the truth is this: it is my responsibility too and I am neither as powerless nor as “un-rich” as I might sometimes think. Wealth and opportunity are incredibly subjective. Those of us who eat three... >Read More


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  • Auldrich Garner said: Very instresting..i shall do my part to help where...
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