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Gracie Hunt, daughter of Chiefs chairman, posts prayer on social media after championship game

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After the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals to win the AFC championship on Sunday night, quarterback Patrick Mahomes thanked God for enabling him to play despite an ankle injury. Then ...

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Christian population growing in Israel, report finds

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The Christian population in Israel is growing slightly, according to a report issued at the end of 2022. The report, released by the Central Bureau of Statistics. found that Israel’s Christian community grew by ...

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“He healed my body,” Mahomes thanks God after Chiefs championship

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Kansas City Chiefs fans spent last week praying for quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ sprained ankle. After leading the team to a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night, Mahomes thanked God ...

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Faith and mental health: A study of Gen Z

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You’ve seen the headlines: Members of Generation Z are “shying away from religion” and “losing their religion.” One prominent religious demographer wrote that with Gen Z, “we have a picture of a ...

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Christian author donating Bibles to persecuted church for each book sold

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If your New Year resolution includes reading more books, you can purchase one and help believers around the world in the process. A Christian author is putting his own books and digital ...

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Here’s the ad Hobby Lobby is running on the real meaning of Christmas

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Hobby Lobby is again promoting the real reason for Christmas. The craft retailer is running full-page newspaper ads nationwide this Christmas season declaring the true meaning of the holiday with a Bible-centric message: “O’ ...

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Soccer-player-turned pastor using digital media to reach thousands for Christ during World Cup

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A former professional soccer player is using the internet to reach thousands of people with the gospel during the World Cup. Jesse Bradley also is a pastor at Grace Community Church in ...

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Ministries unite to advance Great Commission over 10 years

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More than two dozen leaders of significant global ministry networks convened in early December in New York City to combine their experience and insights toward the goal of Great Commission fulfillment within ...

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Nation needs to turn to God for healing says Congressman-elect Mark Alford

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Newly elected Mark Alford is transitioning from sitting behind a news desk in Kansas City to representing Missouri’s 4th District in Congress. He believes God has been preparing him for this moment. ...

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For first time since the Dark Ages, Christians are a minority in England

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Christians are now a minority in England and Wales. The startling revelation comes from the most recent census figures and marks the first time since the 7th century in the midst of ...

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More now identify as nondenominational than Southern Baptist

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More Christians now attend nondenominational churches than Southern Baptist congregations, the 2020 U.S. Religion Census found. The newly released study shows that over the past decade, the number of adherents in Southern ...

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A ‘postdenominational’ era? The rise of nondenominational churches

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Pastor Dan Haugh welcomed 21 new members to his congregation Sunday morning. Six months ago, he welcomed 19 others to Stowe Community Church in Stowe, Vermont. While other houses of worship in Northern Vermont ...

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Christians remember persecuted believers around the world

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Lost in the attention on the elections, a day to pray for persecuted believers around the world took place last Sunday. The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church was observed ...

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“Jesus” film reaches milestone with translation into Zo, it’s 2,000th language

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“Jesus,” the most translated film of all time, is now available in its 2,000th language. It has been translated into Zo, a language spoken by approximately 65,000 people globally, including refugee and ...

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“Jesus Revolution” will be in theaters in February with story of revival and hope              

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The powerful story of the youth revival of the 1960s and 1970s will be told in the new movie “Jesus Revolution,” which will be in theaters in February. The movie tells the ...

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Faith and family keep catcher for Phillies well grounded

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The catcher for the Philadelphia Phillies is excited to be playing in his first World Series against the Houston Astros. However, his faith is still his top priority. “I just thank God ...

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Season three of “The Chosen” will debut in theaters November 18

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Fans of the popular television series “The Chosen” can see the first two episodes of season three in theaters beginning on November 18. Last year, the holiday-themed “Christmas with the Chosen” grossed more ...

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FCA’s Oct. 12 Fields of Faith unites students

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Fields of Faith, an annual event sponsored by the Kansas City-based Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will be held on October 12. The event is led by students. Peers invite their own classmates ...

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Former Christians report condition dubbed “rapture anxiety”

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As if people don’t have enough to worry about in today’s culture, a growing number of former Christians and others are struggling with what mental health professionals have called “rapture anxiety,” a ...

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This week in history: Tyndale burned at stake for printing Bibles

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William Tyndale, “Father of the English Bible,” was burned at the state in October 1536. How many Bibles do you have in your house? For most of us, Bibles are easily accessible, ...

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PrayerFest Oct. 1 at Missouri State Capitol

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The Missouri State Capitol will be bathed in prayer Saturday during Missouri PrayerFest 2022. The event begins at 10am with a prayer walk inside the Capitol leading up to a prayer gathering ...

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Extraordinary new documentary on Mother Teresa in theaters Oct. 3

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Mother Teresa — one of the most famous figures to emerge from the 20th century for her work helping the poor in India — is the focus of a new documentary that ...

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Gospel message at Queen’s funeral most heard and seen in history

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Billions of people around the world heard about the faith of the late Queen Elizabeth during her funeral on Monday. That means that more people heard the Gospel Monday than at any ...

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Does Jesus support student loan forgiveness as some say?

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Two authors of a recent Time magazine commentary want you to believe that Jesus Christ supports the Biden administration’s plan to cancel $500 billion in student loans. According to William J. Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, ...

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Will ‘Rings of Power’ TV series be faithful to Tolkien’s Christianity?

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As the Sept. 2 release date of Amazon Prime’s controversial series “Rings of Power” nears, fan anticipation is building immensely. The show is meant to be a prequel to J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The ...

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