Sophia Lee

Sophia is a features reporter for WORLD Magazine. She graduated from the University of Southern California with degrees in print journalism and East Asian language and culture. She lives in Los Angeles with her cat, Shalom. Follow Sophia on Twitter @SophiaLeeHyun.

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'God is so good to me'

Living With Autism | Jennifer Towler relies on God’s grace for healing as she ministers to her autistic son
by Sophia Lee
Posted 1/06/14, 09:40 am

This is the first installment of our new reality show about Jennifer Towler, 38, and her adult son Bradley, who has autism. Jennifer has a seemingly impossible vision for her son: She prays he’ll be an evangelist sharing the gospel to the disabled. We’ll chronicle the challenges of raising and ministering to someone with autism, the happenings in the Towlers’ home, and the joy and endurance found in God’s faithful promises. 

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To all the Christian single ladies praying for love

Faith & Inspiration
by Sophia Lee
Posted 12/31/13, 01:25 pm

Each year, as New Year’s draws close, I make a list of “prayer resolutions.” For the past two years I’ve been adding to that list: “God, please let me fall in love this year.” I scrawl that at the very bottom of the page, as though it’s a last-second random thought. But the words shrink and the ink widens, giving away my hesitation and embarrassment.

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Asian-American struggle

Food | The stereotype of a naturally thin people is contributing to a quiet crisis of eating disorders
by Sophia Lee
Posted 12/13/13, 01:00 am

Editor’s note: Here’s the third and last of a WORLD series on the trouble many Americans have with something that should be simple: eating. Reporter Sophia Lee last year wrote about eating disorders (“Food and loathing, Nov. 17, 2012). Last month she wrote about special diet programs (“What goes into the mouth,” Nov. 30). In this issue she examines how disorders affect members of her own demographic group, Asian-Americans.     

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