June 5, 2018
More than 90 people have died since clashes began six weeks ago between government forces and civilian protesters, according to observers.
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A Tennessee-based ministry that drills for clean drinking water in Haiti and other nations hits a major milestone.
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Life is a battlefield, and you’ve got a quiver of arrows.
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Church members release video of “The church of Christ” hymn.
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An easing of tensions between North and South could allow long-estranged families to visit each other and perhaps open doors to the Gospel, Korean Christians say.
Newly graduated from high school, Haley McMillon discusses tragedy, loss and the healing she hopes to bring to the world.
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