Lifestyle

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Fetal and political pain

By Courtney Crandell
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Lifestyle | Georgia state Rep. Doug McKillip says risking a political career is worth it ‘to do things that really matter’

The potter’s broken pieces

By Rebecca Gault
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Lifestyle | Through lumps of clay, Rachel Norris testifies to God's grace and mercy

For better, for worse

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | Profile in marriage: Lawrence and Mary Lehr persevered through trials to find deeper love

Multiple identities

By Angela Lu & Sophia Lee
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Lifestyle | Asian-Americans foster faith on campus through both multi-ethnic and Asian-specific fellowships

What children live by

By Marvin Olasky
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Lifestyle | WORLD follows up with mother who, for the sake of her children, made it her mission to get off and stay off welfare

Pop religion

By Sophia Lee
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Lifestyle | Korean pop industry boom may boost Christian mission work but it’s harming its young stars

Hip-hop hope

By Tiffany Owens
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Lifestyle | From tailspin to turnaround, music artist Lecrae Moore's albums testify to God's grace

Life-saving 60s

By Chelsea Kolz
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Lifestyle | A postponed retirement saved lives on the mission field

A better way

A better way

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | Ministry mentors use relatability to reach hardened hearts

What one person can do

What one person can do

By J.C. Derrick
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Lifestyle | A difficult but conscientious business decision pays off in Texas

Community spirit

Community spirit

By Kira Clark
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Lifestyle | The growing popularity of farmers markets has to do with food, and much more

Alien by adoption

Alien by adoption

By Susan Olasky
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Lifestyle | Citizenship law loophole leaves some international adoptees in vulnerable position

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