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Jamie Dean

Jamie Dean

Jamie is national editor of WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and previously worked for The Charlotte World. Jamie has covered politics, disasters, religion, and more for WORLD. She resides in Charlotte, N.C.

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Articles by Jamie Dean
News year resolutions

News year resolutions

Advice for healthy news consumption in 2022

Christian Aid Ministries details the escape of 12 missionaries abducted by a gang

As Haitians face brazen kidnappings and daily threats from gangs’ widespread control, churches cling to Advent hope

Criminal gangs threaten nearly every aspect of daily life


2021 Book of the Year: Accessible Theology A book on evil demonstrates God’s goodness

Joel Belz became a journalist with a desire to help Christians think Biblically about the news, even when the truth is unpopular. Decades later, he’s still pounding out columns and hoping shoe-leather journalism remains helpful—and even hopeful—in a divisive and difficult age

Remembering the glory is in the details

As abductions in Haiti increase, churches and ministries find themselves in the crosshairs

Venezuela’s ongoing political crisis fuels a humanitarian disaster, leaving citizens looking for hope

Four accessible theology reviews