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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…

Roe at 41

By Marvin Olasky
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Roe v. Wade | Perfect ears, perfect God, fallen man

State-level surge

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Roe v. Wade | Last year was a good one for pro-life politics in America’s state capitals

Still-silent shepherds

Still-silent shepherds

By Joe Maxwell & Steve Hall
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Roe v. Wade | Some evangelical pastors have several reasons for not preaching on abortion—and one is fear of man

2013 news of the year

2013 news of the year

By Marvin Olasky
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2013 News of the Year | ‘DARK GLOOMINESS.’ That’s how Joel Belz in our last issue characterized the expectations of many WORLD readers who wrote to him about the cultural…

Tidings of discomfort and joy

By Jamie Dean
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Religion | In breaking with The Episcopal Church, many Anglican congregations have lost beautiful buildings but gained something greater

Staying the course

By Mindy Belz
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Daniel of the Year | Bishop Antoine Audo and the long-suffering, war-torn, not-going-anywhere Christians of Syria

What goes into the mouth

What goes into the mouth

By Sophia Lee
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Food | The material symbol of God’s blessings at Thanksgiving time is a table laden with food, but many of us have trouble accepting grace. As legitimate concerns…

Adoption under fire

By Susan Olasky
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Adoption | During November, National Adoption Month, watch for noisy attacks on international adoption. Not getting as much attention: hundreds of thousands of dead…

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