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House for Seven

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A Place of Light and Hope Story and Photos by Bren Slade The light was dim inside the ambulance. My daughter lay breathing but unresponsive. Were there windows? I don’t remember. It was Christmas Eve.  Five months earlier,
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The Drummer

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Young, Ambitious, and Intending to Stay Married By Jack Greaves Photos Courtesy of Matt Gooch Matt Gooch walks into the Crossroads at BYU–Idaho in Rexburg and immediately starts bouncing from table to table, chatting with everyone whose face
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A Hard Thing

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Prognosis: Incurable By Brianna Knighton When I was eighteen, I went to the dermatologist because of acne in the chin area, but I actually had something much more uncomfortable to discuss. Two years earlier, I had started to
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At the Library

Posted on by Amanda Venema / Comments Off on At the Library

It’s a cold fall night, and the sun has already set. The building is darker than usual and the sparse lighting that previously seemed cozy is now foreboding. Several police officers mill about, and I peek around the corner as two slim men with long gray beards, twins, are put into cuffs and led out the door. They’ve violated a restraining order. For me, it’s another day on the job—at the public library. Continue reading

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