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  • Kenny and Lana Hylden can’t number the times they’ve travelled this road near their farm in North Dakota. But the morning of April 6, 2007, Good Friday, is one that is etched in their memory. Kenny looked across the ...

  • “I couldn’t get enough. I would do them any way I could. I would eat them. I would chop them up and snort them, whatever I could do to get more and more and more.” At 16 years old Jessi Paris found that her mother’s anxiety pills...

  • The day was almost over. As I cleaned the room in preparation for the next patient, I heard the intercom blare my name announcing a call waiting for me at the nurses’ station. I maneuvered my way through the crowded hospital corr...

  • About two hours drive from the heart of Dimapur is the lush green abode of the 9th NAP Bn (IR) Headquarters at Saijang raised on March 1, 1999. The unit is spectacular, well maintained and has the distinction of being awarded the ...

  • A legacy of Faith I was born in Wenshow, China, to missionary parents who met and married in Shanghai in 1906. The story of Hudson Taylor made a grand impact on them. A book about this ministry, Hudson Taylor and the China Inland...

  • “I’m great at putting on my ‘everything is wonderful’ mask when I’m all torn up on the inside,” Roxann con­fided over lunch. “People think I have it all together, but I don’t. I have a hard time talking about my struggles.” Roxan...

 
 
Nagaland youth taking to sepak takraw
Ruokuo Kire, President, Nagaland Sepak takraw Association (NASTA).