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Charissa Koh

Charissa Koh

Charissa is a WORLD reporter who often writes about poverty-fighting and criminal justice. She resides with her family in Atlanta.

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Articles by Charissa Koh
Relearning how to live

Relearning how to live

Gilgal helps women leaving addiction and homelessness. But some leave before they’re ready, and staff members have to cope with disappointment
The Overflow Café provides a place for Christians to build friendships and make disciples. But keeping the shop open is a struggle
Refugee Hope Partners seeks to form relationships with refugees and help them become self-sufficient
A new immigration rule puts asylum-seekers’ job searches on hold

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Christians who banded together to help struggling churches take on a bigger challenge
Every Good Gift sells crafts while aiming to teach young mothers job skills, responsibility, and Bible lessons
The disease hasn’t affected the vulnerable group as much as expected
Congress challenges immigration agency’s plans to furlough workers
States’ attempts at reform yield mix results
Gary and Lois Taylor find joy in pastoral ministry, but Lois didn’t always see it that way