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June 26, 2005

Vantage point: Somebody paid

Ministry in combat
A conversation with Capt. Brad Lewis, an Assemblies of God chaplain in the U.S. Army, who recently returned from his first tour in Iraq.

AG soldiers in Iraq didn’t die in vain
Valiant American soldiers gave their lives in Iraq but left a legacy that is drawing others to Christ.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

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World War II: Four voices of bravery
Battlefield recollections from four men who know what it is to pay the price for freedom.
BY KIRK NOONAN AND KEN HORN

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Also in this issue

His price, my freedom
Zollie Smith nearly died in Vietnam and struggled to find peace as a police officer. Today he remembers friends who made the ultimate sacrifice in battle.
BY ZOLLIE SMITH WITH SCOTT HARRUP

The cost of freedom
Jesus gave His life for our eternal freedom — and offers that freedom as a gift to those who will accept it.
BY DON SPRADLING

The Christian and politics — a city on a hill
A call to involvement in civic affairs.
BY NORMA CHAMPION


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