Academics and Faith
A Collaborative Approach to Apologetics
by Richard Doster

What was missing, many believed, was a way to help people find their place in God’s redemptive story. “We wanted to demonstrate that lives are formed and re-formed by that narrative,” Herron said. “We wanted to see the Holy Spirit form a Gospel-centered conscience.”

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Celebrating Strength
by Megan Fowler

The work of BeLoved is critical in a region struggling with a massive underground sex economy. While sex trafficking affects every community, Atlanta has the highest sex-economy income in the United States, $290 million per year.

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Lighthouse in the Grove Brings Light to the Darkest Place
by Megan Fowler

For more than 15 years men from the “Lighthouse” have held forth the Gospel in one of the darkest places, offering love, acceptance, and hope to those who feel hopeless and unlovable.

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Refugee Ministry in an Age of Terror
by Melissa Morgan Kelley

For Pat Hatch, the journey toward working with refugees began 35 years ago in an unlikely place: Seoul, South Korea

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