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Faith through hearing — and signing — the Word: Deaf elder and his wife bridge cultural and language barriers in Virginia.

Chris Jackson provides American Sign Language interpretation during a Fairfax Church of Christ worship assembly. Cindi Cesone can be seen on the front row.

Chris Jackson provides American Sign Language interpretation during Sunday morning worship at the Fairfax Church of Christ in Virginia.

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Making Jesus more accessible: For this North Carolina congregation, inclusivity means welcoming — and accommodating — all those created in the image of God.

Quentin Germain, who has low muscle tone, sings with the praise team at the Brooks Avenue Church of Christ in Raleigh, N.C.

Quentin Germain, who has low muscle tone, sings with the praise team at the Brooks Avenue Church of Christ in Raleigh, N.C.

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A lifeline for people who hurt — all the time: Chronic pain is more prevalent than many Christians realize. This Oklahoma ministry helps.

Michael Brien listens during the Broken & Mended support group meeting.

Michael Brien listens during the Broken & Mended support group meeting in Woodward, Okla.

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What it means to live in pain: A husband reflects on his wife’s battle with autoimmune diseases.

Tamie Ross watches the sunrise on a recent Caribbean cruise with her family.

Tamie Ross, who lives with chronic pain, watches the sunrise on a Caribbean cruise with her family.

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COVID-19 left her blind. Then it took her father. But this young mom refuges to ‘give up on God’: After all the trials, Texas church member receives an unexpected blessing — a son with a biblical name.

Della Souder uses her white cane to navigate the auditorium of the Cold Springs Church of Christ during worship.

Della Souder uses her white cane to navigate the auditorium of the Cold Springs Church of Christ during worship.

BOBBY ROSS JR. is Editor-in-Chief of The Christian Chronicle. Reach him at [email protected].

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