Citizen Magazine

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Bringing New Things to Life

The 2014 elections brought a big crop of new legislators—and opportunities for pro-lifers—to Congress.

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Box Office Babies

Karla Dial

The Drop Box

Brian Ivie just wanted to make award-winning films that would make him world-famous.  But, God had bigger plans—and you can help make them realities.

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Transgenderism: Blurring The Lines

An archive of Citizen magazine articles dealing with transgenderism.

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Mass Resistance: Pro-Life Supporters Stop Radical Abortion Bill

Matt Kaufman

A group of pro-life demonstrators in front of the Denver State Capitol building.

On short notice, more than a thousand pro-lifers flocked to the Colorado Capitol to block what might have been the nation’s most radical abortion bill.

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A New Lease on Life

Paula K. Parker

A woman getting an ultrasound, with her husband beside her.

In 1989, Vivian and Steve Koob didn't have a grand vision. They just knew there was an abortion facility in their Dayton neighborhood.

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Reaching the End of Lebanon Road: The Pioneer of Partial-Birth Abortion Forced to Close Down Shop

Paula K. Parker

A sidewalk with several pro-life messages written on it.

With the drop of a gavel, an Ohio court brought the leading practioner of partial-birth abortion one step closer to going out of business.

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Mentoring Millennials About the Past—And the Future

Ashley Shaw

A large group of young adults.

What’s it like to be a member of the group most decimated by abortion in history?

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The Choice

Crystal Kupper

Increasing numbers of colleges are demanding that Christian ministries allow non-Christians to seek leadership positions or forego official recognition. The groups’ response? Better to please God than man.

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Roots of Revival

Matt Kaufman

An Iowa pro-family group is helping spark a growing spiritual movement.

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Turning the Tide

Rod Thomson

Three state ballot initiatives may be harbingers of shifting attitudes towards gambling, abortion and gender-identity laws.

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Two of a Kind

Catherine O. Snow

Reps. James Lankford & Tim Scott

It's no secret that nearly 100 new conservatives were swept into Congress during the 2010 elections. But what most people don't know is that several of them have more in common than just the "R" beside their names. They are outspoken about their faith.

Take, for instance, James Lankford from Oklahoma and Tim Scott from South Carolina.

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Education

An archive of Citizen Magazine articles dealing with education issues.

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Life Issues

An archive of Citizen Magazine articles dealing with life issues.

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Religious Freedom

An archive of Citizen Magazine articles dealing with religious freedom issues.

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Family

An archive of Citizen Magazine articles dealing with family issues.

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