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AIDS has made a family of this church.
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It's not just about hearing sad stories and lamenting.
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Spiraling health costs squeeze Wal-Mart as they do every other large company.
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Iraq's endangered church looks to Western fellowship for help.
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A career slump gave quarterback Trent Dilfer insight into his faith—and the faith-hype within the NFL.
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We are increasingly convinced that we can do a better job having everything here as it once was.
Sudan: No Greater Tragedy
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in Sudan
The Agony of the Families
"As aid workers in Afghanistan went from defendants under draconian law to hostages in a war, their loved ones at home also underwent a trial"
The Hispanic Challenge
It's not easy growing Christian leaders for Dallas's fastest-growing population
National Association of Evangelicals regroups in nation’s capital
Association headquarters to move in with government affairs unit
Freedom's Wedge
What you can do to help persecuted Christians
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"Going nuclear, North Korea allows worship only of its dictator"

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