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Recent Stories by Heather Hahn

Jeffrey Dale Dawson

posted: 04/12/2009 3:38 a.m.

When Dale Dawson first visited Rwanda in late 2004, he encountered families living in tiny mud huts with no electricity, running water or sanitation, and children dying of diseases long forgotten in the United States.

Dialogue focuses on Pharisees, Passover

posted: 03/28/2009 2:39 a.m.

As Rabbi Eugene Levy sees it, Christians and Jews owe a debt to the Pharisees.

Living words

posted: 03/21/2009 3:50 a.m.

The first 10 years of his life, John Karolson endured the raining bombs of World War II and then rickety military barracks in postwar Germany.

Driven flock

posted: 03/14/2009 4:54 a.m.

More than 20 people surrounded Becky Bolder's red, souped-up Buick Regal, clasped the sides of the car and bowed their heads.

From sighs to songs

posted: 03/07/2009 4:33 a.m.

It's Sunday night, and more than 100 men in prison yellow are swinging to some Christian jailhouse rock.

LR church honors its fallen soldier

posted: 03/02/2009 5:22 a.m.

When Bingham Road Baptist Church's family life center needed renovations, Brad Marshall was among the first to volunteer his help. He joined the building committee and spent hours painting the center's more than a dozen roof beams a brilliant white.

African dinner to help Zimbabwe hospice

posted: 02/28/2009 3:34 a.m.

Three United Methodist churches hope to drum up support tonight for the people of two of Africa's most troubled countries - Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Mardi Gras events add to Lenten traditions

posted: 02/21/2009 3:55 a.m.

What began more than a half century ago as a fun snack for a men's ministry is now a Mardi Gras tradition that draws hundreds of people to St. Mary's Episcopal Church in El Dorado.

Filled with compassion

posted: 02/21/2009 1:58 a.m.

As an orphan in Ghana, Thomas Awiapo watched two of his brothers slowly die of starvation. Only the food he got from Operation Rice Bowl, he said, kept him from sharing their fate.

Biographers debate Lincoln's religious views

posted: 02/07/2009 3:43 a.m.

Abraham Lincoln "will always be remembered as eminently a Christian president," one of his first biographers declared in 1866.






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