Angela Lu Fulton

Angela is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine and a part-time editor for WORLD Digital. She is a graduate of the World Journalism Institute and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Angela resides in Taipei, Taiwan. Follow her on Twitter @angela818.

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Extending access to abortion

Abortion | California law continues a program allowing non-physicians perform first-trimester abortions, a dangerous practice according to pro-life advocates
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 9/28/12, 03:41 pm

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law last weekend a bill extending a program that allows non-physicians perform first-trimester abortions.

Proponents of the law claim it helps provide abortions to women in rural areas who couldn’t otherwise obtain an abortion, while pro-life advocates are upset the state is continuing a program that endangers the lives of both unborn babies and their mothers.

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Passing the baton

Religion | Born in the 1960s, the Messianic Jewish movement now looks to grow through the efforts of a new generation of leaders
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 9/19/12, 09:30 am

Jews around the world flocked to synagogues earlier this week to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year and the beginning of the High Holy Days: 10 days of repenting and making amends before Yom Kippur, the day of atonement. At Simchat Yisrael Messianic Congregation in West Haven, Conn., the service followed the traditional format of liturgies, prayers, and the blowing of a horn called the shofar, but the tone is different. Congregants confess their sins knowing that God has forgiven them through the death of His son, Jesus—or Yeshua in Hebrew.

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Chinese multiplication

International | The legacy of Freddie Sun (1936-2012) is Bible schools that train leaders that grow house churches that reach across the country
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 9/07/12, 01:00 am

For each of the past 20 years, Freddie Sun and his wife Dorothy have traveled more than 25,000 miles within China to help start and support 155 Bible schools in every province. On Aug. 22, Sun, 76, director of the China Division of Christian Aid Mission, died of brain tumors.

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