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Comedian Leanne Morgan Says God Wants Us to Laugh
With her Southern accent, self-deprecation, and funny family stories, the 57-year-old mom and grandmother wants to use standup to bless audiences.
Generations After Slavery, Georgia Neighbors Find Freedom and Repair in Christ
In the farming community of Dirt Town Valley, family friends grapple with a difficult truth: One ancestor was enslaved by another.
Without Answers, Long COVID Patients Keep the Faith
The uncertainty of the condition makes it a challenge for sufferers and caretakers.
More Cremations Mean Fewer Chances to Grieve Together
With church funerals and burials no longer the norm, pastors hope to restore occasions to gather and remember.
At the CDC and Emory, Christians Live Out Dual Callings During the Pandemic
COVID-19 fatigue has strengthened and challenged the faith of public health and hospital workers in Atlanta.
Christians Are Going Back to Church—But Maybe Not the Same One
Amid all the moves and changes of the past two years, many congregations saw turnover accelerate.