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Which Charles Colson died last week?

Which Charles Colson died last week?

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Faith & Inspiration | Some stories that reported the death of Charles Colson last week explained him as the hatchet man for President Richard Nixon in the late 1960s and early…

Review: <em>A Gradual Redemption</em>

Review: A Gradual Redemption

By Russ Pulliam
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Books | Kelly was young, in her late teens. Her dad was absent. So she was vulnerable to the attention of a slightly older married guy. Her mother warned her that the…

Regulating prayer

Regulating prayer

By Russ Pulliam
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Religion | Traditionally prayer comes before a meal. But a rural Indiana food pantry will hold off on the prayer until after people take their food to accommodate an…

Literary aid to ending sex slavery

Literary aid to ending sex slavery

By Russ Pulliam
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Books | Just 33 years old, Corban Addison is following in the footsteps of novelist Harriet Beecher Stowe. She wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin 160 years ago and helped end…

Unconventional campaigning

Unconventional campaigning

By Russ Pulliam
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Campaign 2012 | A rescue mission for the homeless might not be the most conventional campaign stop for a candidate for Congress. But former U.S. Rep. David McIntosh sees a…

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

A sign of recovery

A sign of recovery

By Russ Pulliam
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Faith & Inspiration | Jesus saves. That simple slogan still glows in neon outside the downtown Wheeler Mission for the homeless in Indianapolis. Stretching back to the late 19th…

Keeping the Super Bowl in perspective

Keeping the Super Bowl in perspective

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Religion | She's not Tim Tebow. Allison Melangton won't be kneeling to pray before any Super Bowl crowds this week. But like Tebow, Melangton would give credit to Jesus…

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…

Bike-friendly Indy

Bike-friendly Indy

By Russ Pulliam
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Government | Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is serious about making his city a bicycle-friendly place. He has added miles of trails and lanes and helped create a bike hub…

Freedom vs. freebies

Freedom vs. freebies

By Russ Pulliam
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Politics | Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard won reelection by emphasizing competence and a small-government theme

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