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Security officers forcibly break up Beijing press conference that called for 'compassion.'
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Jewish group seeks return to Israel.
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Evangelical schools worry over post-9/11 visa rules.
A Heartless HomelandSubscriber Access Only
Why more North Koreans than ever are fleeing their country.
The Nightmare of North KoreaSubscriber Access Only
One man's story of brutality, courage, love, and freedom.
Fuller Prof Ordered to Leave U.S.Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Iraqi Christians return to church, Boston churches demonstrate against violence, and Bush is told to renounce his possessions.
Saving StrangersSubscriber Access Only
The journey of one Somali Bantu family in the largest group resettlement of African refugees in U.S. history.
Ethnic CleansingSubscriber Access Only
Christians among hundreds of thousands displaced.
Border CrackdownSubscriber Access Only
Government seeks to stamp out North Korea refugee problem.
Border CrackdownSubscriber Access Only
Government seeks to stamp out North Korea refugee problem
The Peoples are HereSubscriber Access Only
Record immigration pushes Christians out of their comfort zone
A Church of Their OwnSubscriber Access Only
Ethnic congregations were essential for building community in the nation's most diverse region.
ARTICLE: Here Comes the World, Part 1Subscriber Access Only
The whole experience of watching other students, asking questions, and eating cafeteria food definitely makes a lasting impression
Foreign Missions: Next Door & Down the StreetSubscriber Access Only
Unparalleled immigration is redefining miss ions strategy while bringing new millions within earshot of the gospel.
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And Now, the Star of the Show....
And Now, the Star of the Show....
How we inadvertently create a cult of personality around our preachers.
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