Cities

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L.A. grace

By Sophia Lee
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Cities | A spiritual renaissance comes to downtown Los Angeles

Urban frontiers

By Marvin Olasky
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Cities | Many cities are in financial trouble, but some offer a sense of freedom for the pioneer-minded in WORLD's 2013 annual Cities coverage

Midtown's mayor

Midtown's mayor

By Leigh Jones
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Cities | Conservative Rick Baker pioneered a conservative approach to urban revitalization

Stressed-out cities

Stressed-out cities

By Mindy Belz
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Cities | High unemployment, broken government, aging infrastructure, and global recession are a mean cocktail for unrest in the world's fastest-growing metropolises

Joining the big leagues

Joining the big leagues

By Brandon Dutcher, Russ Pulliam & Edward Lee Pitts
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Cities | Indianapolis, Oklahoma City, and Tampa flourish with Christian involvement

Nowhere to run

Nowhere to run

By Mindy Belz
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Cities | Longstanding threats from Muslims, plus new threats from terrorists, are cornering northern Nigeria's Christians

Indy's healthy civic DNA

Indy's healthy civic DNA

By Russ Pulliam
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Cities | Indianapolis has no oceanfront. Nor is it on the Great Lakes like Chicago, Detroit, or Cleveland. The Super Bowl city has no mountains in the distance like…

Indianapolis: From Naptown to a Super Bowl city

Indianapolis: From Naptown to a Super Bowl city

By Russ Pulliam
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Cities | Indianapolis pastor Tom Benjamin recognizes that his town has come a long way since he arrived here in 1965. Yet the St. Louis native says the city still has…

A city celebrates

A city celebrates

By Emily Belz
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Cities | The election of the first African-American president brings hope of racial reconciliation in Washington, D.C.

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