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Struck down, but not destroyed

Current and former members of Early Rain church in Chengdu, China, have experienced raids and arrests for practicing their faith, but the work of the church continues, even as some still draw attention to its plight from abroad

Parties have begun raising money for midterm races

Rock core samples mark a major milestone for NASA mission

U.S. schools struggle to teach students at home amid a COVID-19 wave

Texas Right to Life responds to concerns about the new heartbeat law

The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan triggers a flood of unwelcome emotion for veterans and survivors

One woman’s death teaches a New Jersey church about God’s purpose for life

Ground Control to Average Joe ​| Top Story

SpaceX makes history by launching the first all-civilian crew into orbit.

Magazine Vol. 36, No. 18
September 25, 2021 | Vol. 36 No. 18
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