In the midst of a desperate situation on the outskirts of India, where the leprosy-affected had no place to call home, a community began to flourish because of the sacrifice and work of one man. Looking to his example, we hope to build a school. Meridian readers have already raised over $185,000 towards that goal, can you help us reach $200,000.
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An attempt to improve the nutrition of the children of the leprosy-affected in Bihar, India showed us how powerful something as simple as an egg can be in the lives of those in the school. Meridian has now raised over $180,000 of the $200,000 goal. Have you donated yet?
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Our generous Meridian readers have raised nearly $180,000, help us make that final push to $200,000. Every penny goes towards building a school for the children of the leprosy-affected. Here is the story of an Indian military leader whose unlikely conversion to the Gospel saw him leaving the life he knew to serve people he didn't.
On Tuesday, the D.C. City Council approved a measure to abolish the celebration of Columbus Day, set to take place Oct. 14. The holiday will be replaced by Indigenous People’s Day. The council fast-tracked the legislation by calling an emergency session.
Comprehensive Sexuality and Gender Identity Education: Do You Know What Your Children Are Being Taught?
With increased frequency, public schools seem to crowd parents out of their right to make fundamental choices for their children regarding education - especially education about sexuality and relationships.