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Former presidents share their thoughts on the central role of faith

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As the nation pauses for Presidents Day, it’s a good time to look at past presidents and their thoughts on the importance of faith. “While we are zealously performing the duties of ...

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Barna study: Pastors worried about reaching young people

Just over a week after leaders of a Minnesota church were accused of trying to get rid of older adult members from one of their campuses in an effort to attract a ...

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‘Watered-down’ gospel a concern of 72% of pastors

New research from the Barna organization finds that a “watered-down” gospel and an increasingly secular culture is a growing concern of pastors. The prevalence of a “watered-down” gospel and the culture’s shift ...

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Facebook founder Zuckerberg says he’s “become more religious”

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Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire founder of Facebook, has faced tough questions from Congress recently about data procurement and advertising practices. As a result of this stress, he says he has spent more ...

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Many businesses fail to include faith as part of diversity programs

Although many Fortune 100 companies say they are committed to workplace diversity, few promote faith and religious diversity, choosing instead to focus on sexuality. This is the key finding of the Corporate ...

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VIDEO: Patrick Mahomes on faith and pregame routine

Patrick Mahomes on his faith and how it shapes who he is. READ: Mahomes says God was with him during injury  

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Chiefs lineman Stefen Wisniewski sees God’s hand on path to Super Bowl

Along with the big game itself, the Super Bowl offers a platform for Christian athletes to share their faith. Chiefs offensive linemen Stefen Wisniewski talked about his relationship with Jesus with Jason ...

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Chiefs’ commitment to faith comes from top down, team chaplain says

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The Kansas City Chiefs have more than a prayer of beating the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. The team chaplain says the organization’s openness to matters of faith makes his ...

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Faith In America: Belief And Practice

An in-depth study has found wide-ranging views on religious belief in America and its personal and public perspective. As the nation changes, it’s interesting to note where faith and its practice stand ...

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Hundreds of churches joining Tim Tebow for Night to Shine for special-needs kids

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Tim Tebow has a busy schedule in February. In addition to speaking engagements, his foundation is sponsoring the annual Night to Shine for special-needs youth. The February 7 event “is an unforgettable ...

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Multiracial churches present challenges for pastors of color

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For four hours at a megachurch outside of Dallas, pastors of color shared their personal stories of leading a multiracial church. One, a lead pastor of a Southern Baptist congregation in Salt ...

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Five things to know about Chiefs owner Clark Hunt

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Owner Clark Hunt gave credit to God last Sunday after the Kansas City Chiefs won the American Football Conference championship game. Fox News looked at five facts about Hunt ahead of the ...

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Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright challenges Twitter followers to read through Bible

St. Louis Cardinals All-Star pitcher Adam Wainwright told his Twitter followers last week that he would begin reading selections each day from the Old and New Testaments and Psalms. It’s part of ...

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President’s proclamation on Religious Freedom Day 2020

President Trump has issued a proclamation in honor of Religious Freedom Day. The proclamation may be read below in its entirety.   January 15, 2020 Religious Freedom Day, 2020 – – – ...

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Thousands of Jews and Christians rally in New York to protest rising anti-Semitism

More than 25,000 people rallied in New York City on Sunday to support the Jewish community and speak out against rising anti-Semitism. The solidarity march included people from all backgrounds. The rally ...

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Fox News reporter lists top five religion stories of 2019

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New Year’s week is when journalists look back at the top news stories of the year that is ending. Mark Heckler of Fox News offered his top five religion stories in 2019 ...

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Tens of thousands of students worldwide heading to Atlanta for Passion 2020

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More than 65,000 people from around the world are expected to fill Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta next week – not to cheer on the Falcons football team but express their passion ...

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Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson among growing group of Christian quarterbacks

Quarterback Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens is a strong favorite for league MVP, an award that Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs earned last season. He already was named player ...

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Town collects more Operation Christmas Child boxes than their population

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Children around the world are excitedly opening their Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes thanks to a small farming community that came together. With a population of just 1,300 people, Belle, Missouri did the ...

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1,700 come to Christ in Cambodia at Franklin Graham crusade

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A Gospel event hosted by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in Cambodia has seen an amazing harvest with nearly 2,000 professing faith in Christ with more in the days that followed. READ: ...

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Drop in charitable contributions tied to decline in religious affiliation

Charitable contributions are down in the United States, and faith may have something to do with it, according to Marketwatch. The share of U.S. adults who donated to charity dropped significantly between ...

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Jewish group meets with German Passion Play over stereotypes

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Once a decade, thousands of Christians make the pilgrimage to Germany for the Oberammergau Passion Play, which first was performed in 1634. As the May 2020 production approaches, a Jewish organization met ...

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Outgoing NAE president questions usefulness of word “evangelical”

Leith Anderson, the retiring president of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), has always liked the word “evangelical” as a description of his faith. As the line between religion and politics blurs, ...

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FCA leaders say commitment to Bible remains its focus as ministry celebrates 65th anniversary

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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), which is based in Kansas City, is celebrating its 65th anniversary this month. Shane Williamson, the ministry’s president and CEO, reflected on the milestone. “One of the ...

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Child Evangelism Fellowship offers training sessions for Christmas Party Clubs

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There is no better time to be a child than at Christmas. And there is no better gift than helping a child learn about the true meaning of the holiday. Child Evangelism ...

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