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May 26, 2002

The late shift
Associate Editor Kirk Noonan rides shotgun with a Christian cop in Pensacola, Fla., and learns firsthand why police officers and their families need God’s peace and protection and believers’ prayers.
BY KIRK NOONAN

Focus on America by Charles Hackett: Skin-deep Pentecostals


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Life lessons learned on the inside
Assemblies of God prison chaplain Bob Holyfield is something of a modern-day circuit-riding preacher, traveling to state prisons in Arkansas and working with inmates on forgiveness, restitution, moral purity and anger resolution.
BY JOHN COCKROFT

A new brew
Chi Alpha has made inroads on the Oklahoma State University campus through a coffeehouse, worship center and activities center strategically located among more than half a dozen bars.
BY JOHN COCKROFT AND JOHN W. KENNEDY


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