Through crowdfunding, WeRaise equips nonprofits to serve communities

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By Abigail Miller
Special to Inside The Pew

Editor’s Note: Abigail Miller is manager of crowdfunding and social media at Wheat Ridge Ministries. WeRaise is a Christian crowdfunding site, hosted by Wheat Ridge Ministries. Wheat Ridge provides start-up funding and resources to new health and human care ministries around the world. […] Continue Reading…

Bradshaw: That’s just wrong!

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Sherry Bradshaw

By Sherry Bradshaw
Special to Inside The Pew
I don’t think you can go through life without at some point feeling wronged or be wronged by someone. I wish it weren’t true. But in the Back 9, I can say from experience, if you have lived long enough, you will unfortunately […] Continue Reading…

Allow God to direct all business efforts; how can you go wrong?

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John Crawford

By John Crawford
Special to Inside The Pew

Editor’s note: Contrax Furnishings provides turn-key furnishing and equipment solutions for educational environments.

Why did you create your business?

“Not too long after graduating college with an engineering degree, my business partner and I purchased our business through ac leveraged buyout. To be honest, I […] Continue Reading…

Johndrow: Trading good for God

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By Lee Johndrow
Special to Inside The Pew

All that glitters is not gold or so the saying goes. Actually the words came from Shakespeare in “The Merchant Of Venice,” where it says “all that glitters is not gold.” The meaning is the not everything that is shiny is necessarily valuable,

As a child I would […] Continue Reading…

Round: What will it take to stop the madness?

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By Carol Round
Special to Inside The Pew

“Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it”—Proverbs 22:6 (NIV).

Did you know the recent school shooting at Reynolds High School in Troutdale, Ore., marked the 74th one since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in […] Continue Reading…

Vigil held for Christian Sudanese woman who faces death for not marrying Muslim man

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By Jeremy Reynalds
ASSIST News Service

LONDON (ANS) – A variety of Christians from numerous minority groups met outside the Sudanese Embassy in London on June 6 and demanded justice and freedom for imprisoned Christian believer Meriam Ibrahim.

According to a story on the blog of the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA), people […] Continue Reading…