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Graham's footprints still seen at Christian college, KTIS.
David Zwick was a student at Harvard Law School in the early 1970s when he joined a group of promising attorneys working with consumer activist Ralph Nader. He wound up heading a groundbreaking study of the nation's water pollution and launching the first grass-roots clean water movement.
It is among a variety of faith-based yoga practices now being embraced by Minnesotans.
Ten Minnesotans are among the volunteers helping with care.
One in four Americans believe God plays a role in athletic games.
Just one group of seven — a family from Boston — took up the offer of housing.
Nearly a thousand faithful celebrated at an official Super Bowl event that put the spotlight on one of Minnesota's less glitzy claims to fame — its national leadership in multifaith cooperation.
A landmark downtown Minneapolis church opens its doors to the future.
The Rev. Columba Stewart and his team at St. John's Abbey in Collegeville use digital photography to permanently preserve the treasures for the world to see.
Salvation Army's mission stems from distinct Protestant sect.