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Chronicle staffers reflect on their ministry of information

OKLAHOMA CITY — The old brick building on the edge of Oklahoma Christian University’s campus is easy to overlook. The corner houses a Jimmy John’s sandwich shop. A small sign above one of the doors lists the offices inside: “Heritage Village: Campus Police, Mail Center, Counseling Center, University Services, The Christian Chronicle.” Behind the humble […]

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