Charissa Koh

Charissa is a reporter for WORLD.


Married to the minister

Marriage | Greg and Robin Reynolds both embraced the gospel, but could Robin also embrace being a pastor’s wife?
by Charissa Koh
Posted 11/07/19, 02:09 pm

(Seventh in a series on long marriages.)

Greg and Robin Reynolds were high-school sweethearts, but after graduation, they went separate ways.

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Baptist battles

Higher Education | Some Baptist colleges have not embraced the conservative theology the Southern Baptist Convention adopted almost 20 years ago
by Charissa Koh
Posted 11/07/19, 01:02 pm

Clint Bass was thrilled when his alma mater, Southwest Baptist University (SBU), offered him a job. He graduated from the private Christian school in 2000 and nine years later joined the faculty as church history professor. He and his wife (also an SBU graduate) settled in a modest brick house in small-town Bolivar, Mo., and joined the Baptist church across the street from the school.

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Juveniles, justice, and Jesus

Compassion | Cyntoia Brown-Long talks about her conversion in prison and her new life as a free woman
by Charissa Koh
Posted 11/06/19, 04:42 pm

Since leaving the Tennessee Prison for Women after 15 years, Cyntoia Brown-Long has had to adjust to things like buying personal items and riding in cars. “Ugh, why are tissues so expensive?” she said in a phone interview. Her husband calls her a back-seat driver, but after 15 years of rarely being in cars, she gets nervous on every ride.

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