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On the edge

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South Sudan | A new development in South Sudan’s conflict offers hope, but the suffering of thousands of civilians remains severe

Uncivil war

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South Sudan | South Sudan’s large Christian population is among the millions threatened by a worsening conflict

Tidings of discomfort and joy

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Religion | In breaking with The Episcopal Church, many Anglican congregations have lost beautiful buildings but gained something greater

Undesirables

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Kenya | The UN and the Kenyan government report a vexing problem: The ‘demand’ for children is too high

A life laid down

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Libya | An American teacher killed in Benghazi strived to ‘treasure Christ above all things’

Suffering servants

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Religion | As the Philippines recovers from a massive typhoon, churches offer relief for the grieving

'State of calamity'

'State of calamity'

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Philippines | Aid groups struggle to reach desperate survivors of one of the worst typhoons in the Philippines’ history

Outside the camps

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

Iran’s crackdown on Christians hasn’t let up

By Jamie Dean
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Persecution | As Christians pray for the persecuted church, Iranian believers remain in prison

Gunmen attack Cairo Christians

By Jamie Dean
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Egypt | Assailants attack a wedding in the latest assault on the Christian minority

The high cost of negligence

The high cost of negligence

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Sexual Abuse | When pastors, churches, and other caregivers fail to report sexual abuse, they may aid and abet crime–and in some states are subject to prosecution…

Syria’s chemical imbalance

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Syria | Weapons inspectors rush in where aid workers cannot tread

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