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Teacher on a mission

By Daniel James Devine
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Education | Award-winning blogger Marilyn Rhames is a blunt Chicago teacher with an eye toward educational and spiritual reform

The house that Steven built

By Warren Cole Smith
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Religion | A Charlotte megachurch pastor’s megamansion raises eyebrows and critical questions

The other side of failure

By Sophia Lee
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North Korea | Caretakers find solace and take stock after nine North Korean orphans are deported from Laos

Men on the street

By Sophia Lee
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Religion | Many praise street evangelism, others dislike it. Our reporter watched and spoke with many street evangelists, compared those who discuss with those who rant,

Not Annie the Musical

By Emily Belz
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Adoption | The little-discussed side of adoption is the crisis some families face with traumatized children

Dying of old age

By J.C. Derrick
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Healthcare | Obamacare is crushing the people it needs most—young adults

Game ender

Game ender

By Megan Basham
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Movies | A Hollywood franchise in the making falls flat over its author's commitment to traditional marriage

Outside the camps

By Jamie Dean
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Middle East | Syrians fleeing war in their own country find strife in surrounding nations, too

Legal entanglements

By Jill Nelson
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Thailand | A land dispute embroils an international school that serves hundreds of missionary families in one of the most populous parts of the world

Salt over sugar

Salt over sugar

By Angela Lu
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Music | The digital revolution is helping to create a new age of Christian music

Finding freedom

By Kaitlyn Speer
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Nepal | Christians in Nepal hope to secure new rights in upcoming elections

Grand new party?

By Angela Lu
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Politics | The California Republican convention reveals a reduced and ideologically divided party but one also beginning to reach out to the state’s diverse population

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