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Naghmeh Abedini says faith ‘more real’ than before

Naghmeh Abedini

ISTANBUL, Turkey, — Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Monday (Sept. 30) declined to meet with the wife of imprisoned American pastor Saeed Abedini during his trip to the United Nations, days after the Christian’s wife learned her husband had recently been …

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Requirements loosened for Virginia abortion facilities

Terry McAuliffe

RICHMOND, Va. —Virginia’s State Board of Health voted Sept. 17 to weaken abortion facility regulations instituted four years ago. The move sends the state on a trajectory opposite that of others that are responding to allegations of illegal activity in …

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Phil Cooke: Hollywood is a Mission Field

Phil Cooke

Phil Cooke has worked for some of the biggest TV preachers in the industry, including Billy Graham and Oral Roberts. He’s produced a wide selection of TV offerings, from the video “Starting Over” for a Billy Graham TV special to …

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Freedom from same-sex attraction

two roads

Two men share the different ways Jesus made them whole Becket Cook was sipping champagne at a Fashion Week after-party in Paris when the thought hit him: “Is this what I’m going to do for the rest of my life?” …

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West African clinic rescues starving babies

starving babies

WEST AFRICA — Whipping desert winds fill the air with dust, which settles on the clinic’s metal gate, muting its deep maroon color. A clinic worker opens the gate, and two grandparents step into the clinic with their 2-month-old grandson. …

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The power of a poem

Can the simple act of writing a poem change the course of history? Can we use our gifts to change the culture? It’s been said that poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world. In other words, culture influences us. …

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