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Co-director of SPU's Family and Consumer Sciences Department explains what "nourish" has to do with the quality of life.
A couple shows God's love in Madagascar by helping moms and newborns, as well as directing a reforesation project.
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A young woman survived the Holocaust in part through letters smuggled into a labor camp. SPU brought her story to stage.
Response Managing Editor Hannah Notess on finding Communion in a broken world that includes gluten-free diets.
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Video and Q&A: The best-selling author talks about heroes and what Bonhoeffer may say today.
SPU drummers take Civil War drums into action at Ivy Cutting and elsewhere.
Response Onscreen has a Q&A with a film history professor who wrote the book on Roger Ebert.
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