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Religious leaders who died in 2015

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They preached and inspired. They wrote and taught. Here is a list of notable faith leaders who passed away in 2015. Eight-time Grammy-winning contemporary gospel singer Andrae Crouch listens to speeches before receiving a ...

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God ranks high in New Year’s resolutions

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When Americans make New Year’s resolutions, a better relationship with God ranks almost as high as better health, according to a study. And for many groups, faith actually outranks health. Older Americans, ...

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Why Do Kansas City’s Millennials Quit Church?

Calvin Beck (left), a  senior at Colorado Christian University, and Joseph High (right), a freshman at Lipscomb University in Nashville.

College Students Spend Summer in Kansas City Discovering Seven Ways to Win Them Back. While at Shawnee Mission Park, I overheard snippets from a couple’s conversation as they hiked. “Any religion?” the ...

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Muslims Shield Christians in Bus Attack

Men look out the windows of a bus as it travels to Nairobi, in Mandera town at the Kenya-Somalia border, on Dec. 6, 2014. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

NAIROBI, Kenya — Christian leaders have hailed as an act of bravery and selflessness the shielding of some Christians by Muslims after suspected al-Shabab gunmen in Mandera County ambushed a passenger bus. ...

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Church is the Place to be for Christmas

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Christmas is a great time to invite someone to church, according to a new study. In a poll of 1,000 Americans, LifeWay Research found six out of 10 Americans typically attend church ...

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Climate Change Accord Hurts World’s Poor

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PARIS — The climate change accord struck in Paris among 195 nations thankfully is nonbinding, evangelical commentators noted, because rigorous implementation of it could harm the world’s poorest residents and stifle nations’ ...

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