Dale Hanson Bourke

Dale Hanson Bourke is the author of 12 books, including The Skeptic’s Guide series with IVPress on topics such as HIV/AIDS, global poverty, immigration, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  Formerly publisher of Religion News Service and SVP at World Relief, she has also served as editor and publisher of several magazines.  Bourke has traveled extensively in the Middle East and the developing world and served on the boards of World Vision (US & International), IJM, Sojourners, Opportunity International, ECFA, and MAP International.  
 
Bourke has written for publications including Christianity Today, The Huffington Post, Sojourners, Relevant, and the Washington Post.  She has been a syndicated newspaper columnist and has hosted her own radio show.  She holds a BA from Wheaton College and an MBA from the University of Maryland. She and her husband are the parents of two grown sons and are members of National Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC.

Blog Posts by Dale Hanson Bourke

Go and Tell

Go and Tell

The first time I visited a poor country I was suddenly aware of my true value to the world. I had no medical skills to help the sick. I didn’t know how to dig a well to provide clean water.…
Go and Tell

Go and Tell

The first time I visited a poor country I was suddenly aware of my true value to the world. I had no medical skills to help the sick. I didn’t know how to dig a well to provide clean water.…
Go and Tell

Go and Tell

The first time I visited a poor country I was suddenly aware of my true value to the world. I had no medical skills to help the sick. I didn’t know how to dig a well to provide clean water.…