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Cold realities

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | With winter coming, facilities for the internally displaced may not be ready. But churches are working to help, and are growing

Sent packing

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | Some campus ministries adapt—and even grow—as they lose their homes

Radical turn

By Daniel James Devine
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Terrorism | What’s motivating some young Westerners to join militant Islamist groups?

The 7th betrayal

By Marvin Olasky
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History | As safe financial havens for corrupt leaders, the United States and others share some blame for Balkan problems

One toke over the line?

By Warren Cole Smith
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Law | State laws on marijuana are changing rapidly, but it may be too much too soon

Broken home

By Sarah Padbury
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Family | Another adopted teen returned to foster care, this time with heavy publicity. What went wrong?

Balkan betrayal, again and again

By Marvin Olasky
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History | In a region long used as a pawn by great powers, reformers have reason to be suspicious of the West

Growing on the farm

By Sophia Lee
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Hope Award | West region winner Jubilee Leadership Academy offers troubled boys a new beginning amid apple orchards

Course reversal

Course reversal

By Marvin Olasky
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Biography | A short story, a grand canyon, and a 180-degree turn to the realization that not a college falls to earth apart from the will of our heavenly Father

Legislative guardian

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | Meet Daniel Webster, the nonradical advocate for a radical step

Staying with strangers

By Ryan Hill & Emily Scheie
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Travel | Low-cost lodging opportunities are revolutionizing the travel experience

A tale of two colleges

By Sophia Lee & Angela Lu
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Higher Education | Two Christian colleges, both founded in 1906, both about the same size, have gone in different directions

 
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