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Open letter to Ben & Jerry’s over Israel boycott

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Dear Ben & Jerry’s board members, In today’s ruthless global business environment, your company’s accentuation of social justice causes is well-noted. However, your product and branding have now been tainted. The taste ...

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Grandson of Billy Graham released from hospital after Covid battle

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Jonathan Lotz, grandson of Billy Graham, has been released from the hospital after a severe COVID -19 infection. His mother, Anne Graham Lotz, posted the update on Facebook. “Today, he was discharged ...

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Congresswoman Sharice Davids gets covid 6 months after being vaccinated

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Kansas Congresswoman Sharice Davids on Friday tested positive for COVID-19 despite having received the vaccine over six months ago. In a statement, Davids confirmed what others who have contracted it after getting ...

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Pastor shows his love by donating kidney to church member

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Jack Coultas, pastor of Park Grove Christian Church in Deepwater Mo., went the extra mile when he found out that church member Jeremy Whitman, 36, was in desperate need of a kidney ...

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Law professor doubts Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade this term

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A law professor believe the U.S. Supreme Court is divided by thirds into conservatives, liberals and moderates. “I think the most conservative members are Justice Thomas and next Justice Gorsuch, and close ...

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Israeli gymnast celebrated after winning nation’s second-ever gold medal

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Israel welcomed gymnast Artem Dolgopyat home this week after he won the nation’s first gold medal in artistic gymnastics. Supporters greeted him at Ben Gurion Airport with cheers and applause. “This is ...

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Kansas City sued by state to halt new mask mandate

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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has filed a lawsuit challenging mask mandate in Kansas City. He filed the suit in Jackson County, arguing the mandate is “unreasonable, unconstitutional and arbitrary and capricious” ...

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Missouri parent censored by nextdoor.com over mask posts

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The social media platform Nextdoor.com censored Missouri parent John McCollum for sharing his opinions about mask mandates and the teaching of critical race theory. “I only got onto Nextdoor to share a ...

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‘Smiles for America’ honors police, first responders for 9/11 anniversary

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In honor of the 20th anniversary of September 11, a new program called Smiles for America is giving 50 first responders in 50 states something that should never be taken for granted ...

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Young and secular are least vaccinated, not Evangelicals as media reports

(ANALYSIS) As the delta variant has caused COVID-19 to surge again in the United States, there’s been a flurry of attention paid to the share of Americans who have chosen to forgo ...

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Lessons from Roman historian Livy on the rise and fall of nations

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Two thousand years ago, an eminent Roman historian coined the popular aphorism, “Better late than never.” His name was Titus Livius, anglicized as simply Livy. True to the aphorism, he wrote much ...

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Maverick City Music is bringing gospel to a new generation

Christian artists seldom top secular charts or appear on Times Square billboards. The contemporary Gospel band Maverick City Music has done both, resonating with a cultural moment outside the pews. Many have ...

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Singing in church prepared Jennifer Hudson to play Aretha Franklin

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Jennifer Hudson says her own connection to Gospel music helped her fill the role of Aretha Franklin in the upcoming biopic RESPECT. Hudson may not have taken on the “Queen of Soul” ...

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Jackson County reinstates mask mandate through August

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Beginning Monday, Jackson Country residents will be required to wear masks, at least for the next 30 days. The county is reinstating its indoor mask mandate, following other communities. Many are questioning ...

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Actor Jon Voight opens up about hearing God

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Actor Jon Voight has been an outspoken conservative, but he recently talked about his faith and hearing God during a Fox News interview with Tucker Carlson. “I was in a lot of ...

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Empires at War: National WWI Museum adds powerful new exhibit

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The newest exhibition from the National WWI Museum and Memorial opens Friday, Aug. 27.  Empires at War: Austria and Russia explores aspects of the war often less surveyed: the Eastern Front and ...

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Cat runs on Yankee Stadium field, crowd goes wild

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An quick-footed and elusive cat amused baseball fans attending a Yankees vs Orioles game at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx on August 2. Cameron Toh recorded this footage and posted it to ...

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St. Louis couple who wielded guns pardoned by Gov. Parson

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday pardoned Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the St. Louis couple who made national headlines last summer for defending their home against protestors. Mark McCloskey also is a ...

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FCA Japan, other organizations reaching out to evangelize during Tokyo Olympics

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is helping change lives at the Tokyo Olympics. FCA Japan is a founding member of Japan International Sports Partnership. Both the partnership and the Japan Evangelical Missionary Association created ...

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Number of homeschooling families expected to skyrocket this fall

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Back-to-school sales are a sure sign that summer vacation is winding down. Many parents, however, will not be sending their kids back to traditional schools this fall. They’ll be homeschooling. “In Virginia ...

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Parson joins with other governors, Pence in calling for Roe v. Wade to be overturned

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has joined former Vice President Mike Pence in calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the 1973 landmark decision of Roe v. Wade. Mississippi Attorney General Lynn ...

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Gold medal Olympian wrestler loves representing USA

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U.S. wrestler Tamyra Mensah-Stock has destroyed the media narrative that Black Americans hate their country. After winning gold at the Tokyo Olympics in the 68kg final over Blessing Oborududu of Nigeria Mensah-Stock was asked, ...

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SYSCO halts food deliveries in Kansas citing labor shortage

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Restaurants across Kansas are finding their pantries empty after food distributor Sysco halted deliveries. The food giant said labor shortages in the industry.  Business across the country have complained about the shortage ...

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Olympic swimmer Caeleb Dressel thanks God after winning five gold medals

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U.S. swimmer Caeleb Dressel, with five gold medals, has been one of the big stars of the Tokyo Olympics. The 24-year-old Floridian completed the 100-meter butterfly in 49.45 seconds and broke his ...

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World powers give Israel OK to retaliate against Iran after drone attack

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After a deadly attack on an Israeli ship, three world powers have given Israel the green light to attack Iran. The unusual unified response by the U.S., Russia and Britain comes days ...

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