2014 Winter Olympics

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A wild ride from homeschool to Sochi

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | Some of the biggest stories in the first days of the Olympics have come from first-ever Olympic events and first-ever Olympians like Sage Kotsenburg, a…

Striving for God like a speedskater

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | The Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, remind me of all the places where the New Testament exhorts us to think of the Christian life in terms of sports and…

Globe Trot: Kenneth Bae rescue mission thwarted again

By Mindy Belz
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International | NORTH KOREA: For a second time, North Korea has rescinded its invitation for a U.S. envoy to visit imprisoned American Kenneth Bae, who was sentenced to…

The Sochi emperor has no clothes

By D.C. Innes
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2014 Winter Olympics | In a globalized economy of predictable experiences for business travelers and world dignitaries, Sochi, Russia, has been a shock to people arriving for their…

Opening spectacle in Sochi

By Andrew Branch
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2014 Winter Olympics | Russia’s Winter Olympics begin with politics, media accommodations, and the threat of terror overshadowing the games

Bobsled teammates defend Lolo Jones’ selection

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | When the Winter Olympics kick off in Sochi, Russia, in less than two weeks, two-time Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones will be a part of the U.S. women’s bobsled…

Colorado biathlete gives up Olympic spot to twin

By Andrew Branch
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Sports | When biathlete Tracy Barnes learned she had made the cut for the U.S. Olympic team earlier this month, she turned and winked at her twin sister Lanny. But…

Olympians for Christ

By Zachary Abate
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Sports | Several of this winter’s athletes find their true strength in the Lord

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