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All articles by David Clark

David Clark was born and brought up in a missionary family working in France. He is active in his local Evangelical and Reformed church,
where he lives after spending a number of years in the USA. He is the Managing Director of a successful Information Technology company.

What every parent should know about the Internet

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November 2009
Articles > Cultural and Ethical

What every parent should know about the Internet

What every parent should know about the Internet This article is the first in a series: 1. Part 1 2. Part 2 3. Part 3 4. Part 4 5. Part 5 6. Part 6 7. Part 7  8. Part 8   Across the world, an estimated 1 billion people now have access to the…

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News

August 1999
News > International > United States of America

Letter from America

I was in the Pentagon, in Washington DC, the day after the war in Kosovo came to an end. Relief was universal, not just because a resolution to the conflict had been reached, but because people would now be able to spend time with their families again! The Pentagon is a vast structure. Built…

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News

February 1999
News > International > United States of America

Letter from America

It is very cold outside, as I slowly drive to my office in the Northeast of the United States. So cold, that the windscreen washer fluid has long since frozen, with no regard for the anti-freeze that was added to it. On the radio, the presenter announces that today’s ‘high’ temperature will be around…

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August 1997
United States of America

Letter from America

The dust has finally settled over Oklahoma City. The trial of Timothy McVeigh is over and sentence has been passed — the man will die in the electric chair. His co-conspirator Terry Nichols will soon also be tried and then, as far as the law is concerned, the matter will be over. Feelings ran…

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News

March 1995
News > United States of America

Letter from America: What of these people?

As the aircraft gently lifts off from Chicago, it leaves behind one of the busiest airports in the world. At first, it heads out over Lake Michigan before turning sharply around and flying back over Chicago. It is already dark outside, as I sit with my head pressed against the small window. Below, the…

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