Religion: Keeping the Faith Without Preaching It

The tomato greenhouses he helped build in Baghdad for a seeding project are smashed and looted. Some 1,200 patients at an Iraqi psychiatric hospital who were relying on his group for food had escaped or been released, and now about half have straggled back. Edward Miller, who once oversaw several of the Mennonite Central Committee's Iraqi charities before the war (it spent $6.4 million in 10 years) and recently returned to pick up their pieces, has his work cut out for him. But one thing is not on his to-do list: evangelizing. Mennonite representatives delivering aid in Muslim countries do not...

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