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Is the Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization 'Too Christian'?
Publisher withdraws Christian reference work as editor alleges censorship.
Setting Up Camp Afresh
Christian camping is revamping but not out of the woods yet.
Faith on the Frontera
Drug violence halts church trips to short-term missions mecca.
The Robert Park Puzzle
Korean-Americans reluctant to discuss arrest and release of missionary who entered North Korea.
A More Social Gospel
Campus ministries swap pizza for compassion.
What Robert Park Learned in North Korea
The activist on why he entered the country & what he hopes for now. An exclusive interview.
North Korean Christians Unlikely To Fare Better Under New Leader
Observers doubt world's worst persecutor of Christians will shift back toward "Jerusalem of the East."
School's Out Forever
Recession shuts doors of Christian schools nationwide as enrollments drop.
Black Church Barrios: African American Churches Adapt to Latino Neighbors
Shifting demographics necessitate a second look at historic churches' ministries.
Recession Hits Refugees
Nationwide job shortage pushes limits of resettlement system.
Sounds of Silence
Banned Methodist hymn sing indicates Fiji church-state conflict is worsening.
The Answered Prayers of Robert Park
Christian activist imprisoned by North Korea speaks out as Jimmy Carter brings home friend Aijalon Gomes.
Childproofing Churches
Daycare drowning renews regulation debate.

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Russell Moore: From Hesitancy to Wholeheartedness
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Russell Moore: From Hesitancy to Wholeheartedness
How surrendering our identities to God helps our children do the same.

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