Sophia Lee

Sophia is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine based in Los Angeles. Follow Sophia on Twitter @SophiaLeeHyun.

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Watching airplanes

Intelligent Design | Like jets in flight, the marvels of creation bear fingerprints of design
by Sophia Lee
Posted 7/22/19, 02:20 pm

I was at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport last week, waiting for my flight back to Los Angeles, when I did something I never do: I ate lunch by myself without my iPhone, my laptop, or a book.

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Race among friends

Race Issues | Why is it so hard to have an honest conversation about our skin color?
by Sophia Lee
Posted 7/18/19, 01:00 pm

Not long ago, I sat between two church friends in their 30s and listened to a heated debate about race. One friend is a black woman, the other is white.

Let’s call the first woman Esther, and the second Mary. They’re close friends and sisters in Christ who have walked through life’s hardships and joys together, but this was the first time they’d ever had such an intense discussion regarding race. I watched the whole interaction as a third party. This is what I observed.

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Shelter for the soul

Homelessness | Solutions to homelessness fall short when they ignore spiritual brokenness
by Sophia Lee
Posted 7/08/19, 12:50 pm

As she tells it, Detroit was practically dead for two days, passed out on the sidewalk of Skid Row. She remembers ingesting some kind of drug—it could have been crack, powder cocaine, or meth. She wasn’t picky when it came to getting high. 

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