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Dealing With Depression >>
John Lester, a medical doctor, dispels some of the myths surrounding depression--and looks at some of the issues that would-be carers need to consider.
The Silver Couple >>
As Jan and Anneke van Nouhuys from the Netherlands approach their silver wedding they tell Kenneth Noble about the highs and lows of Jan's calling to be a silversmith.
Good for a Thousand Years >>
Veteran potter David Leach believes art is about transcendental values. He talks to Mary Lean and Anastasia Stepanova.
Worshipping at a Different Altar >>
Tony Reynolds was a high flier until a change of motive led his career into a seeming backwater. But, as he tells Paul Williams, there were unexpected spin-offs.
Adding Value for Motorists and the Unemployed >>
Paul Nouwen took a very different path from his famous brother, the devotional writer Henri Nouwen. But they share more than just their roots, discovers Hennie de Pous-de Jonge.
First Water, Then Goats and Computers An English Parish's Links With Uganda >>
When an English church looked for a clean-water project to support in 1983, no one knew how far it would lead, writes Ann Rignall.
Twenty Years in Albanian Labour Camps >>
The leader of Albania's Muslims, Haxhi Hafiz Sabri Koci tells Paul Williams how he kept his faith in prison.
Globalizing the Hearts of East and West >>
Indian historian Rajmohan Gandhi spoke on 'Money, Globalization and Equality' during the Caux conference for Business and Industry. We print extracts:
The Snow King in Africa >>
Otto Pulkkinen has spent years working with the underprivileged at great personal cost. Paul Gundersen tells his story.
A Voice for the Unheard Believer >>
An unexpected chance to study in Russia led to Michael Bourdeaux becoming an authority on the Church under communism. Mike Lowe meets the man who founded the Keston Institute.