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Famine Toll Exceeds 1 Million
More than a million people have died in North Korea during three years of floods and drought.
U.S. Churches Join Global Warming Debate
Chaplains Reach River Mariners
Evangelicals: Power in Unity
Evangelical leader embraces new strategy.
The Politics of the Pump
How breast-feeding became the new front in the Mommy Wars — and why I'm going to breast-feed my first child.
C. S. Lewis Birth Bash Draws Crowd
Higher Education: Keeping Students in School
Christian colleges seek to improve retention rate.
Family Films Make Big Money
Tangled in the Worst of the Web
What Internet porn did to one pastor, his wife, his ministry, their life
Missouri Town in Symbolic Struggle
Missouri Town in Symbolic Struggle
Churches Join 'Prayer Evangelism'
Nonprofits Tap New Donors with Internet Fundraising
Nonprofits Tap New Donors with Internet Fundraising
Did Somebody Say $80 Million?
Did Somebody Say $80 Million?
Redeeming Sudan's Slaves
Americans are becoming instant abolitionists. But is the movement backfiring?
Jonestown: Twenty Years Later, Cults Still Lethal
The horror lingers, yet the number of aberrant groups keeps growing as people seek community.
Church Listens to the Profits
Severe Mercy in Oregon
How two dying patients dealt with a new right: When to die.
Churches Reach Out to Refugees
Empty Nesters Undertake Second Parenthood
Bill Would Limit Lethal Drugs

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Biden’s Big Bible Is Heavy with History, Symbolism
Biden’s Big Bible Is Heavy with History, Symbolism
Experts say the second Catholic president is pointing to American tradition and deep personal roots.

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