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Tremendous Act of Repentance by Zondervan

Zondervan Statement Regarding Concerns Voiced About Deadly Viper: Character Assassins from Moe Girkins, President and CEO: Hello and thanks for your patience.
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Unseen Privilege: The Overlooked Gender Dimension of the 'Deadly Viper' Conversation

In the eight years I worked specifically with Christian Asian American college students, I knew that my gender would get in the way.
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The Locavore's Dilemma: What We Eat is More Than Just a Personal Choice

I'm a cradle vegetarian. Didn't have even a bite of meat -- red or white, fish or fowl -- until I was maybe eleven years old, and then I lost my dietary virginity to a hot dog.
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Tools for Turning Your Travels into Pilgrimages

In my ongoing quest to turn my travels into pilgrimages, I keep discovering resources that help me along the way.
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The Deadly Viper Conversation Moves from Authors to Publisher

Last Friday, a group of Asian-American leaders (Kathy Khang, IVCF / Eugene Cho, Quest Church / Ken Fong, Evergreen Baptist Church and I) were on a conference call with three executives of Zondervan
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Crossing the Lines: A White Reporter's View of the Civil Rights Movement

In Crossing the Lines: A Novel, author Richard Doster enabled m
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Big Oil, Corporate Greed, and Social Sin

As an urbanite fortunate to live within walking distance of work and trendy restaurants, I rarely drive these days.
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An Apology from Deadly Viper Authors Mike Foster and Jud Wilhite

An update to an ongoing discussion with our Asian and Asian-American friends.
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