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Cotton kids

By Angela Lu
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Human Trafficking | With no government funding, Lois Lee has made Children of the Night a haven for young women fleeing prostitution

Letters from the exiles

By Emily Belz
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Iraq | Iraqi Jews and Iraq tussle over the remnant of artifacts from one of the world’s oldest, and now almost extinct, Jewish communities

Leaving a legacy

By Kaitlyn Speer
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Pakistan | A turbulent nation with growing extremism lives outside their doors, but many of Pakistan's historic mission schools thrive with support of Muslim leaders

Curve balls

By Marvin Olasky
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Baseball | When bad things happen to once-good baseball players

Permanent marker

By Sophia Lee
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Culture | Once the domain of gangs and outcasts, tattoos have gone mainstream—including among Christians

Doubling down

By J.C. Derrick
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IRS Scandal | The Obama administration plows ahead with IRS plans to clamp down on some nonprofit groups

Crimean war

By Jill Nelson
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Ukraine | As Russia invades Crimea, Ukrainians strive to preserve their hard-won independence

Faithful to the Book?

By Megan Basham
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Movies | A flood of Bible-themed movies hopes to win over Christians suspicious of the Hollywood treatment

Sidewalk speech

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Abortion | Pro-life counselors take to the Supreme Court laws to restrict their quiet but effective work

Overcoming the headlines

By Dorothée Moisan
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Somalia | The Somali-American community in Minneapolis—one of the largest in the West—takes on militancy and bad news from Somalia, even as terrorists work to…

No headstone of his own

By Emily Belz
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Homelessness | What happens to a homeless person when he dies on the street?

Broken minds, broken lives

By Sophia Lee
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Mental illness | Millions suffer from mental illness, and their families say they feel abandoned by a failed mental health system and often by churches

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