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Nonprofits may be on track for best fundraising year ever, new survey finds

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A new report on charitable giving suggests America’s nonprofit organizations are on track for possibly their best fundraising year ever, even in the midst of the continued government mandates and a bad ...

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Sam Brownback joins Open Doors USA to combat Christian persecution

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Sam Brownback, former Ambassador for International Religious Freedom under President Donald Trump, has joined Open Doors USA as a senior fellow. “Open Doors USA is a leading global advocate for Christians and ...

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Catholic university refuses to issue religious vaccine exemptions

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A Catholic university is refusing to issue its own students religious exemptions for the Covid vaccine. Creighton University in Nebraska is now being sued for violations of religious freedoms. The lawsuit was ...

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FCA’s inspiring Fields of Faith to take place on October 13

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As millions of American schoolchildren settle back into their classrooms and their athletic programs this month, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) has announced that its key peer-to-peer autumn event, Fields of Faith, ...

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K-LOVE listeners raise money for 400 Convoy of Hope hurricane relief trucks

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K-LOVE listeners across the country raised enough money for Convoy of Hope to send the equivalent of more than 400 trucks filled with relief supplies to survivors of Hurricane Ida. “In their ...

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California, Los Angeles settle with John MacArthur’s church for $800K

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California is paying a steep price for the way it treated John McArthur’s Grace Community Church during the lockdown. The state and the city of Los Angeles have agreed to pay $800,000 ...

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Christian organizations providing relief for Louisiana Hurricane Ida victims

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Several Christian relief organizations are on the ground in Louisiana to help victims of Hurricane Ida. Since Saturday, nearly two dozen volunteers and staff from Convoy of Hope in Springfield, MO loaded ...

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Bless Your Pastor campaign even more important this year

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Polls show that Americans overwhelmingly believe the country is headed in the wrong direction.  Current events are placing added stress on pastors. Once again, the National Association of Evangelicals is sponsoring its ...

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Tim Tebow teams with Samaritan’s Purse to help Afghans

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Samaritan’s Purse has partnered with Tim Tebow to bring aid to Afghans fleeing the Taliban. The effort is ramping up as more than 300,000 people are said to be on the move ...

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In Moscow, Idaho, ‘Christian Reconstructionists’ thrive amid Evangelical turmoil

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Evangelical groups in the U.S. are facing dwindling numbers. And a messy cultural fight over the direction of the movement might serve to drive further defections. But while some of the largest Protestant denominations in ...

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Local college expansion threatens destruction of historic church

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The abandoned but historic Seventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church in Kansas City, Kan., stands in the way of a new educational center being built by KCK Community College. “This is probably the ...

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Enrollment up in area religious schools where masks are optional

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Enrollment is increasing in several Kansas City-area schools without mask mandates. “Our enrollment is up again, which is obviously a huge blessing,” Janet Fogh, head of Maranatha Christian Academy in Shawnee, told ...

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College students across nation offered resources to retain their faith

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The beginning of college is always a critical time in the spiritual lives of Christian students. More than half of students who are involved in church leave their faith when they go ...

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Neighbors blame church outreach for increased crime

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Mount Washington Missionary Baptist Church is finding that no good deed goes unpunished. Several people who live in the neighborhood said the church is creating a dangerous crime situation from squatters, break-ins, ...

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Samaritan needs volunteers for Tennessee flood response

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Dozens are dead after catastrophic flooding hit Tennessee and Christian relief groups need volunteers to respond. Samaritan’s Purse has deployed to the state assisting homeowners and counseling those who lost family and ...

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International Fellowship of Christians and Jews recognized as organization of the year

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The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews recently was selected as Organization of the Year by the ANA Nonprofit Federation, one of the most prominent associations in the United States. for fundraising professionals. The ...

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Franklin Graham to travel Route 66 sharing message of hope

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Franklin Graham is taking his message of hope on the road, with a series of events along historic Route 66, including Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma and other states, ending in California. “I think ...

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Media ministry SAT-7 reaches out to Christians trapped in Afghanistan

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The Middle Eastern media ministry SAT-7 is providing a lifeline for isolated Christians in Afghanistan as the resurgent Taliban go door-to-door, executing believers who refuse to renounce their faith. “We’re hearing from ...

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Gripping ‘Free Burma Rangers’ documentary returns to theaters

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As all eyes on are Afghanistan, Lifeway Films and Deidox Films have announced an encore presentation of the award-winning film “Free Burma Rangers” in theaters September 13. The documentary film won Best ...

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Sean Feucht worship event sees Antifa terrorist get saved

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The attack by Antifa last weekend on a Portland prayer and worship gathering held by Sean Feucht made national headlines. What wasn’t reported in the secular media is that Feuecht, founder of ...

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New law to regulate youth residential facilities comes with own problems

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Missouri is tightening the regulation of licensed and unlicensed youth residential facilities. Unlicensed organizations must notify the state of their existence by mid-October. Background checks for facility staff, volunteers and others required ...

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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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‘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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Seminary leader under fire for exposing woke critical race theory in churches

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Owen Strachan, provost and theology professor at Grace Bible Theological Seminary, has come under fire for criticizing woke politics in Christian churches and organizations. He began to notice high-profile pastors and popular ...

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Support for vaccination increasing significantly among white evangelicals

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White evangelicals now are much more accepting of COVID-19 vaccination than they were in March, a new survey found. The survey of 5,123 adults by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Interfaith Youth ...

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