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Julia Duin

Journalist

Julia Duin is a Newsweek contributing editor for religion. She was previously an assistant national editor and religion editor for The Washington Times for 14 years. She specializes in coverage of interesting women in religion, such as her award-winning profile of Nadia Bolz-Weber in the December 2014 issue of More magazine; her nearly 6,000-word profile on President Trump’s adviser Paula White in the Washington Post Sunday Magazine in November 2017; and her piece on Delilah Rene, a radio host with 8 million weekly listeners, for the Seattle Times in April 2019.

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New resource: 'Pandemic Changes Worth Keeping'

So much has changed about church worship since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Those pandemic-forced pivots have created some worship opportunities worth keeping.

Use this resource from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship to start a conversation about creative opportunities to involve and reach people in virtual, in-person and hybrid worship.

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