March-April 1999 • Volume 10, NO. 3
In a neighborhood full of bullies, Jordan’s King Hussein seemed always to maintain an air of dignity and honor in the Middle East. Holding an office in Jordan which allotted him absolute power, the King was not known for abusing it. To the contrary, he will be remembered for his kindness and charisma, whether in the presence of dignitaries or commoners.
Exploiting the newly sensitized Middle East
The one leadership essential most choose to ignore
Margaret Thatcher brings a sad reminder of a better time.
After the events of 1997 and 1998, the global economy isquivering in fear in a still-hazardous world. What are some of the primary dangers threatening mankind’s economic future?
Pope John Paul II threw down the gauntlet in Mexico in the greatest challenge yet to recover his lost sheep. This is but a sample of things to come.
The Pope took St. Louis by storm. Why does this man hold such a grip on the religious and non-religious of today?
Americans do a great job at evangelism but a poor job at discipleship.
America’s military is in retreat