Features

Page 2 of 409 
Disorientation

Disorientation

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sexuality | New laws—and a potential federal ban—against reparative therapy are causing more confusion than remedy for those struggling with sexual identity

Shaken family

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Law | Josh Burns is one in a long line of parents jailed over shaken baby syndrome, an abuse diagnosis facing new scrutiny

Kachin casualties

By Angela Lu
Posted

Burma | Burma has signed a cease-fire with opposing ethnic groups, but the fighting hasn’t stopped and diplomacy may be failing

Waiting to break free

By Les Sillars
Posted

Cambodia | A trip through Cambodia reveals a corrupt but growing country still dealing with the effects of the Khmer Rouge and a culture of aid dependency

A clerk’s struggle

By Emily Belz
Posted

Religious Liberty | What is a Christian clerk who issues marriage licenses to do with the possible legalization of same-sex marriage nationwide?

Hassles and joys

By June Cheng
Posted

China | Great risks, long journeys, government sabotage, official informants, chaotic crowds, packed halls, and fervent prayers: Welcome to a Christian training…

Midwest approaches

Midwest approaches

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Politics | Republicans have taken over governors’ offices throughout the Midwest. What have they done to battle poverty?

Terri + 10

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Medicine | A decade after the starvation of patient Terri Schiavo, medical advancements are helping other patients with disorders of consciousness

Parents vs. doctors

By Courtney Crandell
Posted

Medicine | In the treatment of children with severe genetic disabilities, the interests and opinions of parents and doctors aren’t always the same—and hospital…

Cultural hardball

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Religious Liberty | In an increasingly hostile culture, pastors and Christian ballplayers both face brushback pitches. Will they stand up to the pressure?

Danger zone

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Terrorism | Nigeria’s presidential election poses tough questions for Christians needing protection in one of the world’s top spots for terrorist violence

Historic tragedy

By Emily Belz
Posted

ISIS | As ISIS destroys or pillages the artifacts of Iraq and Syria, archaeologists find local heroes determined to protect the past

Page 2 of 409