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Shelters for Trafficking Victims Aid Their Healing

While Erin Futch went to college, the girl standing beside her fell victim to sex trafficking.

How Steven Curtis Chapman Fought Through the Tears to Play ‘Cinderella’ Again

Before his first concert after his daughter’s death, Steven Curtis Chapman had said he would never play “Cinderella” again, but something changed.

Former Victim: Churches Need to Treat Domestic Abuse with Care

If you have more than three people in your church, domestic violence is a possibility, says radio host and past victim of domestic abuse Autumn Miles.

Churches Have Good Intentions, But Lack Plans for Domestic Violence

When it comes to domestic violence, according to new research, Protestant pastors want to be helpful but often don’t know where to start.


What’s Next in Church Technology?

The technological revolution we’ve seen over the past 30 years is staggering. What’s even more remarkable is the speed at which tech in the church continues to improve.

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On Our Radar

“She Reads Truth” Sparks A New Movement in Women’s Bible Study

What’s behind the groundbreaking community of She Reads Truth that grew from online to a recently release book and Bible study? F&T caught up with the duo behind the movement.

‘Insanity of God’ Film Shows Faith Amid Despair

While serving as missionaries, Nik and Ruth Ripken faced the death of their son and potentially their faith. Their journey, chronicled by Nik in the book “The Insanity of God” is now a film.

Why Nones Want an Investigative Faith, Not an Inherited One: Q&A With Dave Ferguson

Facts & Trends spoke with Dave Ferguson about his book, “Finding Your Way Back to God” and reaching those who want to be spiritual without God.

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