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Chinese roots to Silicon Valley branches: How this executive is sharing her faith and shaping the future of tech
Marguerite Gong Hancock is a techno-optimist in Silicon Valley whose family roots, faith, and passion for humanity inspire her to bring an abundant life to civilizations worldwide.
As NYC fashion photographer Kah Poon chases the perfect moment from behind his lens, he’s grateful for a faith that reminds him to look beyond his camera and see the bigger picture.
More articles from this issue
Sin begins from the original assumption of guilt and concludes that suffering is deserved. Grace begins from the original reality of suffering and concludes that redemption is needed.
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What skills do you need to confront conflict? The journey one mom began after a spilled Slurpee fiasco
My complete avoidance of conflict was becoming a problem. I was grateful to realize the Savior showed a better way.
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My husband was specifically promised good health for obeying the Word of Wisdom. So why did he have a stroke at 37?
I walked into the ER and saw my husband in a wheelchair, slumped over, one eye drooping. I could tell immediately that he was having a stroke.
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We may think we’re excused from living the law of consecration. But a former general editor of Saints doesn’t believe that’s the case.
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Shiphrah and Puah saved him, his mother saved him, and then Miriam, his older sister, is going to save him.
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Have a craving for some trivia? Here are a few fun facts that might be just the thing for your next dinner table conversation.
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