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Redeeming supper

Redeeming supper

By Amy Henry
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Family | This morning, my daughter came into the kitchen and said in a huff, “Why don’t we ever eat at the table anymore?” Good question. When I envision supper,

Nigerian parents search for kidnapped daughters

By Jamie Dean
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Nigeria | In a remote corner of northeastern Nigeria, a group of desperate parents have joined a band of vigilantes to search for at least 100 teenage girls abducted…

Midday Roundup: Dobson’s day in court

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Mandate victory. Christian radio host James Dobson on Thursday won a temporary injunction that exempts his ministry from the Obamacare requirement to…

Globe Trot: The death of Christ, remembered

By Mindy Belz
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International | GOOD FRIDAY: Christians the world over today remember the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The events of the week bring together…

When greatness gets old

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | Gregg Popovich has won more than 900 games as the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs. He has the longest tenure of any NBA head coach, 18 years, establishing…

The connected dots of a testimony

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | Sue Johnson, who was born Solveig Sagedahl in Norway, shared her testimony recently at a ladies’ breakfast I attended. In 1940, when she was 3, her family…

Friday afternoon

Friday afternoon

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Faith & Inspiration | Here’s the scene: Just outside of the Promised Land, with a long desert journey finally behind them and a triumph just ahead, Moses tells his people…

Island of Lemurs: Cute, with caveats

By Becky Langdon
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Movies | It’s hard not to fall in love with lemurs after watching the Imax and Warner Brothers film  Island of Lemurs: Madagascar. They dance on two feet, sing to…

South Korean pastors: ‘Please pray’

By Sophia Lee
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Tragedy | Churches minister to grieving families after ferry sinks with high school class aboard

Hospitals run short of something almost every patient needs

Hospitals run short of something almost every patient needs

By Mark Russell
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Health | A nationwide shortage of normal saline, the most common IV fluid used in hospitals, may continue until July. If oxygen is the air that hospitals breathe, then…

Treadmill non-apology

Treadmill non-apology

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | Authors debunk myths and find hope amid hard things

Notable Books

By Susan Olasky
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Books | Four recent nonfiction books

 
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