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Books I'm Reading

In March, I gave myself a goal to read two books a month for the rest of the year. It’s now November 1st and I’ve managed to read a total of 22 books this year. 339 more words

A couple of inspiring videos

This is Gary Haugen – he’s a Christian, and he runs an organisation which aims to bring justice to the oppressed. These videos are a powerful reminder of the need for us to walk the walk not just talk the talk of our faith.

God Bless you


Hidden Reason for Poverty

Places where International Justice Mission (IJM)  Serves 

Next week, Pope Francis will come to America.  He is scheduled to talk about the extreme refugee problem and suggest what the  the United States’ part should be in providing for these desperate people fleeing from the horrors of the Middle East. 137 more words

The Locust Effect:

I recently had to write a paper about my first interactions with public interest communications and how it has impacted my life. It started with a book that I randomly picked off from a TED reading list because the title looked interesting; it was called “The Locust Effect: Why the End of Poverty Requires the End of Violence” by Gary Haugen. 158 more words


Gary Haugen - the hidden reason for poverty

Gary Haugen’s TED Talk.

“Half a century of anti-poverty programs have left more poor people in slavery than at any other time in human history.”


Infographic: The reality of violence against women

Often, discussions about equality center around leaning in, or whether or not the glass ceiling has got cracks in it. But for many women, the focus is on surviving everyday violence, assault and rape — a daily struggle that plays a part in keeping a billion people locked into poverty. 237 more words

Idea In Depth

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