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Christianity Today's Global Conversation series is part of the Lausanne movement's run up to Capetown.
Recent articles on missions include:
The World's Prayer Guide | The latest edition of 'Operation World' spotlights a shifting global church. (August 3, 2010)
A Hand Up: Aid for Trade in Mozambique | Faith-based model teaches rural poor how to use trade to rise out of poverty. (July 8, 2010)
Needed: More Monocultural Ministries | Why Christians shouldn't try to fit every ethnic group into the same ministry mold. (July 7, 2010)
CT previously spotlighted health care, Africa, American Idol, Haiti, Robert Park, persecution, Supreme Court and crosses, international religious liberty advocates, and church violence.
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