Join Our Writing Challenge!

The Harvest Magazine is excited to launch its first Writing Challenge. Beginning January 1, 2016, we will launch our 31-day Writing Challenge. The purpose of the Challenge is to write for a minimum of 15 minutes each day to establish or refresh a discipline for writing. We’ll help by sharing a writing prompt daily. Of […]

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Surge In Hate Crimes Against U.S. Muslims

INCREASE NOTED FOLLOWING ATTACKS IN PARIS, SAN BERNARDINO In Queens, New York, a Muslim store owner reported an attack from a man who screamed that he would “kill Muslims.” In Macon, Georgia, vandals defaced the local Islamic center with words like “terrorist” as well as obscenities. In Castro Valley, California, a woman accosted a group […]

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Make 2016 Your New Beginning!

SAVE THE DATE: JANUARY 22, 2016 2016 Women’s Enrichment Summit: Join us for an informal weekend to relax, regroup and receive inspiration and tools from subject matter experts, who will share intimately their journey to living a fulfilled life that will inspire you to move forward in yours! HOSTED BY THE WOMEN OF FREEDOM FOUNDATION […]

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Sainthood for Mother Teresa confirmed after Vatican recognizes second miracle

It’s official: Mother Teresa will be a Saint. The Pope has officially recognised a second medical miracle attributed to the nun who died in 1997. Mother Teresa was beatified in 2003 after the recognition of her first miracle, but two are needed for sainthood. Reports in the Catholic media talk about the healing of a […]

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U.S. evangelicals plead for solidarity with refugees

Evangelical leaders in the United States have called on fellow Christians to welcome refugees from Syria and Iraq despite staunch opposition among many politicians and presidential candidates. In a joint statement – titled ‘Caring for Refugees: A Declaration of Evangelical Response’ – leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, the Assemblies of God, World Relief, the […]

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College Clarifies Christian Professor’s Suspension

WHEATON, Ill. — If Wheaton College professor Larycia Hawkins had simply donned a headscarf to support her Muslim neighbors without explaining herself, she still might be administering final exams this week. Instead, Hawkins, a tenured political science professor at the private evangelical Christian college west of Chicago, has been placed on administrative leave after proclaiming […]

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College says view of Islam, not hijab, got Christian teacher suspended

CHICAGO — Wheaton College has suspended a tenured professor who said Christians and Muslims share the same God, sparking protests Wednesday afternoon on the west suburban Chicago campus. Larycia Hawkins, a political science professor at the private evangelical Christian college, announced last week that she would wear a traditional headscarf as part of her Advent […]

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