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Wheeling onto the national stage

By Marvin Olasky
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Politics | Barring an election earthquake Greg Abbott will be the next governor of Texas and the Republican charged with frustrating Democratic plans to turn the biggest…

Now serving soul food

Now serving soul food

By Jeff Chu
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Amy Writing Awards | Our second prize award winner

The edge of extinction

By Mindy Belz
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Iraq | The numbers say Christians may soon be no more in the Middle East, but the beleaguered churches in Baghdad are fighting risk with resilience

Salt and light on campus

Salt and light on campus

By Sophia Lee & Angela Lu
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Education | Christian colleges and universities feel the pressure to prove that the education they offer is worth the heavy costs

Conscience at the court

Conscience at the court

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | Opponents of Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate have a good day before the Supreme Court in their effort to avoid supporting abortion

Set adrift

By Jamie Dean
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Religion | One prominent proponent of ‘biblical patriarchy’ destroyed his ministry with his transgressions. His downfall offers lessons to other leaders

Fleeing hell

Fleeing hell

By Daniel James Devine & Sophia Lee
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North Korea | North Korean defectors are shedding light on dark human rights abuses in their native land—and some are telling of the light they found

Houston: A semisweet land of liberty

Houston: A semisweet land of liberty

By Marvin Olasky
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Cities | The U.S. economy is bogged down, but Houston is growing rapidly, looking past problems, and proclaiming, ‘You CAN make it here.’

Fargo: No longer Far-gone

Fargo: No longer Far-gone

By Daniel James Devine
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Cities | Fargo, N.D., is a suddenly popular place to live for students, immigrants, and young families

Finding cities of prosperity in a land of (unequal) opportunity

Finding cities of prosperity in a land of (unequal) opportunity

By Mindy Belz
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Cities | A recent study discovers surprising prosperity pockets in the United States where family and neighborhood makeup best determine a bright economic future

From the work of their hands

By Mindy Belz
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Haiti | In Haiti, entrepreneurs who’ve learned hard lessons about charity handouts instead are launching business startups

Africa's hinge

Africa's hinge

By Marvin Olasky
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Uganda | Four out of five residents of fast-growing, 37-million-strong Uganda identify with Christianity. Most Ugandans glowingly welcome evangelical visitors and side…

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