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2015 Year in Review

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

It was a year when the ISIS began a campaign to cleanse the Middle East and North Africa of Christians; more states legalized marijuana and Tom Brady went to court of “deflategate”.  This is ...

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January is National Respect Life Month

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January 22nd is the 43rd anniversary of the worst Supreme Court decision in our nation’s history. With Roe v. Wade, seven robed men gave America some of the most permissive abortion-on-demand laws in the ...

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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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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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Has Teen Mania Died?

Teen Mania has all but shut down its website and no future events are planned.

Last year Ministry Today named Teen Mania one of the most influential ministries of the 21st century. Now, 18 months later, the organization appears to be dead. Teen Mania recently took its ...

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College is Not a Daycare

Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

Christian university president tells students that College is not a daycare. This past week, I actually had a student come forward after a university chapel service and complain because he felt “victimized” ...

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Conservatives Rally Around Bisexual Professor

Robert Oscar Lopez is a bisexual man who dared question his upbringing by a lesbian couple. He now faces charges of discrimination after speaking out in class.

A tenured California professor engulfed in controversy surrounding his advocacy of traditional marriage is still awaiting a final sentence from his university after being found guilty of retaliation against a student last ...

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VA Ban on Christmas Trees, Carols Lifted

VA Hospital Reverses Ban After Veterans React.

Officials at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salem, Va., sent an email to employees in November outlining a ban on Christmas trees, carols and cards in public areas, only to quickly reverse their ...

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