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Marines become first military branch to get religious exemptions

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The Pentagon has finally begun to grant religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate. The U.S. Marines approved several requests in the last week. The news comes as the Armed Services have ...

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Angel Studios has big plans to produce viewer-driven content such as “The Chosen”

Angel Studios, which works with the popular Christian series “The Chosen,” is just getting started. The family-friendly moviemaking powerhouse could end up disrupting how films and TV shows are funded and created. ...

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Chief Justice John Roberts most popular person in Washington, Gallup poll finds

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At a time when poll numbers for the president and vice president are drooping, Chief Justice John Roberts is the most popular person in Washington, according to a new Gallup poll. Sixty ...

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Martin Luther King’s dream includes the unborn, his niece reminds Americans on holiday

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As Americans pause to remember the Martin Luther King holiday, his niece reminds them to also remember the sanctity of life. “As we remember the birthday of my uncle, the Rev. Dr. ...

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Pro-life community invited to pray Wednesday at Kansas City’s Federal Courthouse

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The pro-life community from across western Missouri will gather Jan. 19 at the Ilus Davis Plaza in front of the Federal Courthouse in downtown Kansas City. The prayer vigil from 1 pm ...

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California settles with parents who sued after students forced to recite Aztec prayers

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California has ended a policy that requires public school students to pray to an Aztec God. It comes as they settle a lawsuit brought by angry parents of students across the state. ...

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Church that defied in-person ban helped lead drug user to Christ

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Trinity Bible Chapel in Ontario, Canada, was fined $100,000 last year for refusing to shut its doors in defiance of the Reopening Ontario Act, as well as the Emergency Management and Civil ...

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Texas synagogue hostages freed, Muslim terrorist dead

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Hostages inside a Texas synagogue were rescued late Saturday evening after they had been held by a Muslim terrorist for nearly 12 hours. Video from Dallas station WFAA shows congregants running out of the ...

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Urban explorer discovers 89 cremated remains in abandoned church

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After the cremated remains of 89 people were discovered in an abandoned church by an “urban explorer,” authorities have doubled down on an investigation. The remains were found at Greater Faith Missionary ...

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Biden administration forms domestic terrorism taskforce

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The Biden administration Justice Department came under fire last year for referring to concerned parents as domestic terrorists. Now it has announced that it is forming a specialized unit dedicated to domestic ...

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Donations to churches at all-time low, Gallup finds

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Donations to religious organizations continued at an all-time low last year, a new Gallup survey found. Forty-four percent of Americans, the same percentage as in 2020, said they donated to a faith-based ...

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Reformed Church in America is latest denomination to divide over sexuality issues

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More than 40 congregations have left the Reformed Church in America, one of the oldest Protestant bodies in the United States, over sexuality issues. The departure of the Bible-based congregations to a ...

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Union Station Auschwitz exhibition ticket sales top 300,000

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Time is running out to visit the Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. exhibition at Kansas City’s Union Station. There will not be another extension according to Union Station officials, because the tour ...

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Reaction to Supreme Court rulings on Biden vaccine mandates

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Legal experts are reacting to the Supreme Court ruling against the sweeping Biden vaccine mandate while allowing the mandate requiring health care workers. The rulings came mid-afternoon on Jan. 13 and were offered ...

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Kirk Cameron shares how God found him during Growing Pains

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Former “Growing Pains” star Kirk Cameron recently opened up about his early experience in Hollywood, meeting his wife of 30 years, and how he went from being an atheist to a born-again ...

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Why Nigeria’s Christians feel abandoned by the United States

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In late November, numerous international observers — including human rights groups, media organizations and Christians focusing on religious freedom — were shocked and stunned when the Biden administration inexplicably removed Nigeria’s “Country ...

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Good news: Study finds deaths from Omicron are 91% less than Delta

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A new study provides some good news in the pandemic. Omicron has a 91% lower chance of causing death than the Delta variant of COVID-19 with few deaths worldwide. The study, which ...

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Ethical issues with technology to watch this year

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The ethical concerns over the effects of technology on humans have given way to larger issues about pervasive surveillance and the threat of digital authoritarianism For all of the good uses of ...

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How Cup Noodles became one of the biggest success stories of all time

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See a container of Cup Noodles at a convenience store and you might think of dorm rooms and cheap calories. But there was a time when eating from the product’s iconic packaging ...

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William “Bill” McCoy

William “Bill” McCoy May 12, 1966 – January 12, 2022. William “Bill” McCoy, 55, of Lake Winnebago, MO, died Wednesday, January 12, 2022. Visitation will be held from 3:00-5:00pm and service at ...

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James “Jim” Moore

James “Jim” Moore January 12, 2022. James “Jim” Moore passed away January 12, 2022. Funeral Services will be 11:00 AM, Monday, January 17, 2022 at Langsford Funeral Home, Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Jim ...

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Anne Graham Lotz seeks prayer for daughter who had two heart attacks

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Rachel-Ruth Lotz, the granddaughter of the late evangelist Billy Graham, suffered two heart attacks last weekend. Her mother, Anne Graham Lotz, is asking for prayer. “Multiple times I have prayed Psalm 73:26 for ...

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Prices of new vehicles hit record high: Kelley Blue Book

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Inflation is now the highest it has been in 40 years and the price of new vehicles is leading the way. The transaction price for a new vehicle has increased more than ...

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Missouri House begins debate on parents’ bill of rights

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The Missouri Legislature wasted little time in tackling the numerous education bills that have been filed in the new session. The House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee on Tuesday began discussion on ...

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Jackson County Legislature considers ordinance giving health director unlimited power

On Tuesday, Jan 18, the Jackson County Legislature will consider an ordinance that would give the county health director nearly unlimited powers. Ordinance 5588 would add another section to the county’s present ...

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