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Missionary Kid Explores Self Through Art

GWU Senior Elisa Beekman Reflects on the Fragments that Fuel Artistic Expression  A memory is a tricky thing. Though grounded in real experience, a memory is changed—fragmented, filtered, colored and shaped—by the very process of remembering. A memory is both old and

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GWU Alumna Answers Call to Missions with the Deaf Community

Christians who feel called to ministry will tell you that receiving a clear “calling” is a piercing, wonderful experience. A calling brings clarity, but it also demands a response, one that usually requires courage, sacrifice, and deep sense of purpose. 

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Whisnand partners with literacy center to meet needs in Rio Grande Valley

Moving from Seattle, Wash., to South Texas last year provided a stark contrast in climates and cultures for Diann Whisnand.    By contributing writer Greg Warner In cool and moist Seattle, Diann, one the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s field personnel, served

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‘My heart broke for them’

Green resources churches, individuals in the fight to end human trafficking By contributing writer Blake Tommey After working overseas for 25 years as one of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s field personnel among unreached people groups, Nell Green confesses that her

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