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Did a volcano bury ancient Christian writings?

Have archaeologists discovered the earliest mentions of Jesus which were buried by a famous volcano? Mount Vesuvius was responsible for the destruction of the Pompeii and Herculaneum on August 24, 79 AD and ...

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Bus driver gives confidence to little girl who lost her mom to cancer

A bus driver has stepped in to braid a little girl’s hair after the girl’s mom died of a rare disease. The 11-year-old girl in Utah now has a newfound sense of ...

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Legendary rocker Alice Cooper credits Jesus for cure

Thirty-seven years ago, Alice Cooper awoke throwing up blood. “Everything that could go wrong was shutting down inside of me,” the legendary rocker recalled. “I was drinking with Jim Morrison and Jimi ...

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Priscilla Shirer simulcast at area churches April 28

Just off her performance in this Spring’s Christian blockbuster movie “I Can Only Imagine”, Priscilla Shirer is still planting seeds as the weather warms up. Shirer, a New York Times best-selling author ...

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Is this Jesus? First 3D image of Shroud of Turin released

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An Italian professor has created a 3D image of of the man on the Shroud of Turin, claiming that it is the “precise image of what Jesus looked like on this earth.” ...

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Navy draws the line: atheist cannot be a chaplain

The United States Navy has rejected application of atheist to serve as a chaplain. Forty-five House members and 22 Senators sent a letter to Navy Secretary Richard Spencer and Admiral John Richardson ...

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Do we really have to love everyone?

“If you love those who love you, what credit is that to you? The unsaved do that… But love your enemies and do good and lend, expecting nothing in return, and your ...

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Was Jesus a hippie?

The question “Was Jesus a hippie pacifist?” may seem to be a thought given to frivolity, but this attempt to self-identify with the Nazarene is pervasive in many different and varying ideologies. ...

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The Other Holy Land: My Journey Across Jordan

The sun set behind the glowing amber hills of Wadi Rum in Jordan. It’s a vast and ancient desert that stretches across the Arabian Peninsula. We rounded a mountain-sized outcropping of stone ...

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4 ways to make Sunday a true day of rest

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Once upon a time, says Dr. Matthew Sleeth, author of 24/6: A Prescription for a Healthier, Happier Life, you couldn’t even make purchases on a Sunday because it was considered the day society ...

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Dramatic Truth production explores negative thoughts on the mind

What happens when a free mind encounters negative thoughts for the first time? In the new dance production The Forest Inside, a young girl opens the door of her forest to a ...

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Man behind Chiefs mascot mask testifies at Prayer Breakfast

Before the Apostle Paul could write a substantial portion of the New Testament, God had to get his attention in a dramatic way on the road to Damascus. Dan Meers, the man who ...

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Billy Graham diaries, notes on famous people to be released

What did Billy Graham really think about Barack Obama and the Pope? We will know March 19 when archival collections are released by the Billy Graham Center Archives. The diaries and letters ...

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Steven Curtis Chapman: ‘Trust God’ Through Tragedy

The career of contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman has spanned 30 years, marked by success and tragedy. The Paducah, Ky., native is the recipient of five Grammys and the most Dove ...

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TNT Sports Broadcaster, Ernie Johnson, talks faith

Ernie Johnson, one of America’s top sports broadcasters, has become one of the industry’s top faith voices as well. Johnson is profiled in the new issue of Fellowship of Christian Athletes magazine where ...

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