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Saving Men from Their Own Sex Slavery
According to Daniel Walker, author of 'God in a Brothel', it's not just children who need rescuing from the global sex trade.
Chaz Bono Brings Transgender Issues to TV
His appearance on 'Dancing with the Stars' brings gender issues to the national spotlight, eliciting consternation and praise. How will Christians respond?
Beauty Pageant for Landmine Victims Scrapped
Cambodia's government says the contest makes fun of the disabled. The founder says he's only trying to humanize them.
The Goal in Mind
Should athletes openly express faith in action, or is it distracting?
Iranian Christian Women Freed from Evin Prison
Marzieh Amirizadeh Esmaeilabad and Maryam Rustampoor were imprisoned for 259 days after converting to Christianity.
Gospel Goes Global
Soul Children choirs are popping up everywhere, even in the most unexpected places.
Why Not College for the Disabled?
New faith-based school opens doors for young adults with intellectual disabilities.
China Eases One-Child Policy in Shanghai
Seeking to offset Shanghai's aging population, officials are encouraging couples to have two children.
Keri Wyatt Kent: The Priority of Neighbor-Love
The spiritual-formation expert says justice is really about becoming more like Jesus.
Police Arrest Woman Praying at Western Wall
Nofrat Frenkel's arrest exposes divisions within Jewish community about tradition and gender.
Craigslist Gives Up 'Adult Services' in the United States
Law enforcement and human rights advocates rejoice, but will the change help end human trafficking?
Sexual Slavery on Main Street
Trafficking of teenagers in the U.S. is getting worse. Here's what some Christians are trying to do about it.
Christians Killed, Injured in Arab Spring Fallout
The bloodiest day since Egypt’s uprising was caused by a peaceful Christian protest.
Helping Urbana Find Its Voice
Nikki Toyama-Szeto diversifies Intervarsity's student conference.
Was the Real St. Nick Better than Santa Claus?
Author Adam C. English says St. Nicholas was social activist, businessman, lawyer—and man of God.
Trouble with Online Love
Australian police found that two out of three victims of "romance fraud" are women.
Hope for the 'Most Voiceless' on the Planet
A human rights lawyer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, and two world-class surgeons are rallying evangelicals to defeat fistula.
Building Up Without Walls
Paula White steps up as senior pastor of the troubled Pentecostal megachurch.
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Christians Invented Health Insurance. Can They Make Something Better?
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How to heal a medical system that abandons the vulnerable.

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