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In The World—October 29, 2017

By Melissa Wuske Churches Close in Baghdad Christians were once 10 percent of Iraq’s population, but since 2003 the population of Christians in the country has dropped by 1 million. “Now, in 2017, the Christian population in Iraq is just a fraction of what it used to be,” said International Christian Concern (ICC). “So much […]

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Welcoming One of These Little Ones

By Jane Lebak On February 28, 2000, we had an ultrasound to find out if we were having a boy or a girl. Instead we learned our baby would die. The doctor faced me and my husband across the exam room with an air of irritation. I was 23 weeks pregnant. She explained as though […]

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My Maker, My Husband

My Journey Back to Peace and Contentment By Betty White Coleman Separation can be a distressing experience. And death means separation, even if that separation is temporary. Losing a loved one often causes pain, whether spiritual, physical, mental, or emotional. Sometimes it also brings financial hardship. No family has been exempt from death’s visit. Preparation […]