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Wang Yi: The long road

By June Cheng
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Q&A | A pastor’s perspective on Chinese house church obstacles and opportunities

Quiet calling

By Sophia Lee
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Education | Christian teachers in public schools may not ‘proselytize’ students, but some in California find ways to be faithful at work

Job-seeker friendly

Job-seeker friendly

By Sophia Lee
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Lifestyle | Southern California churches reach the unemployed through job fairs 

No and maybe

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2016 | A WORLD survey shows most ‘never Trump’ evangelical insiders remain staunchly opposed to the GOP candidate, but others could be open to persuasion

Nearly 50 dead in attacks on Congolese Christian community

By Onize Ohikere
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Persecution | Local authorities suspect a Ugandan Islamic terror group has killed nearly 50 people within the past week in the predominantly Christian eastern region of the…

Midday Roundup: Police search for motive in Mass. stabbing rampage

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Senseless attack. Police in a small city south of Boston are trying to figure out what caused a 28-year-old man to go on a stabbing rampage that left two…

Gordon College prof sues over sexuality policy spat

By Laura Finch
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Higher Education | Another religious liberty fight has broken out between a Christian university and one of its faculty members. Gordon College, in Wenham, Mass., is facing a…

Post-Republican Christian voting

By D.C. Innes
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Campaign 2016 | Donald Trump has evangelicals asking what remains for them in the party

China denies accusations of religious freedom violations

By Julia A. Seymour
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Persecution | Chinese officials are defending their human rights record and lashing out at a U.S. commission that accused the country’s communist government of continuing…

National Day of Prayer laments Obergefell aftermath

By Evan Wilt
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Religion | Speakers at the 65th annual event call for God’s intervention in matters of marriage, gender, and Supreme Court decisions

Keith Getty’s work-life balance

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | The popular hymn writer talks about how he and his wife Kristyn set priorities for business and family

School responds to parent protests over busing to religious classes

School responds to parent protests over busing to religious classes

By Laura Edghill
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Education | A public school settled out-of-court last week with the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois regarding a longstanding practice of busing students an…

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