Sophia Lee

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

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Lessons from a World War II tour

History | Can remembrance of deadly 20th-century conflicts prevent future ones?
by Sophia Lee
Posted 10/15/18, 04:36 pm

I recently spent 12 vacation days on a World War II tour in Europe, retracing the steps of Winston Churchill in London, the Allied troops in Normandy and Bastogne, and Adolf Hitler in Munich. 

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Race and the church

Evangelicalism | How much do our enduring divisions grieve God?
by Sophia Lee
Posted 10/04/18, 03:07 pm

My younger brother and I grew up very close playmates. He’s about two years younger than me—the perfect age gap for me to boss him around while still sharing similar maturity levels and interests. I remember him following me around everywhere, and together we played Power Rangers, jumped rope, performed mock criminal trials (my brother was always the criminal, I the prosecutor), and when we got into trouble, we hugged each other piteously and cried. 

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Left to grieve

Family | After a suicide, loved ones left behind deal with waves of shame and guilt, but life can become good again
by Sophia Lee
Posted 9/27/18, 12:11 pm

For the last several weeks of his wife Harriet’s life, Pete Deison monitored her every activity and medication regimen and held her hand as she lay in a deep funk. Every day, Deison prayed his wife would drift out of this “black cloud,” as she described it.

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