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Can you be a Christian without believing in Christ?

Jesus

The rise of the “nones” — Americans who no longer check a religious affiliation on demographic surveys — has stirred up interesting conversations among church leaders. A generation ago, many Americans would have been considered “nominal” in their devotion. Today, many ...

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Newscaster at home with TV role

Kimberly Hunt

Kimberly Hunt watched with fascination when her father spread out the contents of his briefcase as he tried to make sense out of the investigative pieces of a pending case. As an investigator with the California Highway Patrol, Harry Hunt ...

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Kimberly Hunt: Beyond the anchor desk

Kimberly Hunt

During her 27 years behind a San Diego anchor desk, Kimberly Hunt has covered sitting presidents, interviewed high-profile celebrities like Oprah Winfrey, covered the Oscars live and helped viewers navigate the ravaging firestorms of 2003 and 2007, but her favorite ...

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6 reasons society still needs dads

Fishing

There’s a river about half a mile from my house that my 7-year-old son and I enjoy. We hunt for fossils, skip rocks off the water, and watch boats speed along. Every now and then, we even catch a beautiful ...

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The costly work of peacemaking

Peacemaking

The world is swirling with issues. Picking up my phone and opening my news app each morning is being met with more and more dread each day. When something hits the news, it is fascinating to watch people jump onto ...

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A life worth imitating

immitation

Do you have a life worth imitating? I was at a gathering of church leaders when I was first challenged with that question. Like many of you, I am driven. I tend to work to a point of exhaustion, neglect ...

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Taking shots | Emotions run strong in vaccine debate

Miller family

Just like any new mom, Mary Miller educated herself on the ABC’s of childbirth and rearing, wading through often conflicting information in books, periodicals, and the World Wide Web. She listened to trusted friends, and got plenty of unsolicited advice, ...

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Lame changer

Alan Oliviera

Alan Oliviera stood on the medal stand with his gold medal firmly between his teeth, flashing a winning smile as broad as the Amazon River of his homeland, Brazil. He had earned the title of fastest double amputee in the ...

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