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Balkan evangelicals feel strain of ethnic cleansing.
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As 4,900 people die each day from AIDS, African Christians ask themselves:
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The Holy Land has always been treacherous.
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Three survivor stories that foster healing.
After the Aloha Shirts
Retooling Saddleback's international work and hosting a presidential forum serve a common purpose, says Rick Warren.
From Informant to Informer
The "son of Hamas" senses God in his life before coming to Christ.
Sailing into the Storm: Philip Ryken and D. Michael Lindsay on the Challenges in Christian Higher Education
College presidents discuss the relevance of Christian higher education, the theological issues facing Christian universities, and more.
Brother Andrew's Prophetic Plea: Stop Murdering Terrorists
Support the suffering church, Open Doors founder says.
Northern Ireland: For God or Ulster? Part 1
Northern Ireland takes a 'leap of faith' toward peace.
Northern Ireland: For God or Ulster? Part 2
Northern Ireland takes a 'leap of faith' toward peace.
Sudden Death in Darfur
John Danforth, new U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, demands Sudan stop murderous Arab militias.
Prepared for Pilgrims?
As Christian tourism surges, Holy Land believers brave troubled future.
Bush's Envoy's Advice: 'Raise Cain'
How advocacy by American Christians trims violence in Sudan.
Condoms, HIV, and Pope Benedict
Leading HIV researcher Edward C. Green says criticism of the pope 'unfair.'
Before Surprise Resignation, Regent's Campo Saw Writing on the Wall
Exclusive interview: Carlos Campo on running Pat Robertson's place and what comes next. (Hint: It involves immigration...)
Kay Warren: A Year of Grieving Dangerously
One year after the suicide of her son, she shares her story of grief, mystery, and hope.
It Takes More Than a Swank Coffee Shop to Reach Millennials
Journalist-author Naomi Schaefer Riley sorts out what will draw young adults back to the faith.

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Sign Language Bible Complete After 39 Years
Sign Language Bible Complete After 39 Years
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