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June 10, 2020
Loving Well at Crosswalk Church —...
Imagine an entire online church experience complete with study guides, blogs, podcasts, kids programs, devotionals, and more. This kind of...
June 04, 2020
Why We Stay Home: Loma Linda Students...
Samantha Harris and Devon Scott, both medical students at Loma Linda University, wanted to give children straightforward, easy-to-understand...
May 29, 2020
“Pandemic” Poet on Her Viral Poem
Reverend Lynn Ungar’s poem “Pandemic,” written in March, has been read and recited by people around the world, as we seek to make sense of the...
May 26, 2020
Chef in Idaho Creates Chocolate Works...
Chef Sirouj and Sarah Kachatourian are creating handmade chocolate bonbons that look like pieces of art and can be delivered to people shut in at...
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May 24, 2020
Maintaining Hope During Distance...
The Navajo Nation has the most confirmed cases of COVID-19 per capita in the United States. Service-minded individuals and public health...
May 21, 2020
Fritz Guy Interviews Brian Bull about...
In this interview for Spectrum, Fritz Guy, research professor of philosophical theology at La Sierra University, interviews Brian Bull, professor and...
May 15, 2020
Dietician Dishes about Her New Vegan...
Fay Kazzi — nutritionist, dietician, and food photographer — has just published her first cookbook, stuffed with mouth-watering photos and recipes...
May 07, 2020
What It's Like to Survive COVID-19
When looking back at how the past two months unfolded, it’s easy for Michael Bane to identify where things could have gone differently.
April 30, 2020
Maranatha Still Seeking to Serve,...
Maranatha had 1,000 volunteers scheduled for trips all over the world in March and April. Julie Z. Lee, Maranatha´s vice president of marketing,...
April 22, 2020
Legal Advocate in Michigan Looks Out...
Danielle Barnard assists victims of sexual assault, and in this time of crisis, her work is more difficult than ever.
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