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How childhood play enriches education

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When I was a kid, my parents let me play. I grew up homeschooled, so I had more time than other kids—the bulk of which was spent running wild. I did do ...

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College student finds there is no mercy in today’s cancel culture

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It is one thing when, as an adult, you are held accountable for the choices you make, especially if you are unrepentant. It is another thing when, as a new college student, ...

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End of the year is a good time for a financial review and tune-up

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People who are home with a little free time between now and the end of the year may want to get a handle on personal finances for 2021. CBN News made these ...

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Christmas and the Pursuit of Truth

In today’s world, does truth still matter?   “Passion for truth.”  That is what I wrote down in my Bible some years ago after reading Luke 1:1-4.  This is the beginning section of ...

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What you need to know about open enrollment

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The open enrollment period for those needing to sign up for individual or family health insurance for 2021 under the federal health insurance law closes tonight at midnight, Dec. 15. During the ...

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Are Kansans soon paying for unlimited abortion? Yes, but together we can stop it!

Kansas has come a long way in its fight to build a culture of life. Remember the days when people used to fly from around the world to Wichita to get an ...

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How to have hope for a difficult Christmas season

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Christmas carols fill the air; smiles and laughter are everywhere. A drive through town reveals glistening windows boasting of tasty holiday treats and shiny red ribbon. Twinkling lights dance in unexpected places ...

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Birthright volunteer finds heros in those she serves

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When I start my shift at Birthright, I never know who I will talk to.  It’s an unknown in a lot of ways.  Will I be talking with a mother looking for ...

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How to be thankful in America’s chaos

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Is this a year to be thankful? The year 2020 will go down as probably one of the most cultural shaping years of the United States and world in recent times.  It ...

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Fueled by mercy, kindness wins

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If Jesus hadn’t gotten a hold of me almost 20 years ago, there might have been a fight yesterday. But, since he and his mercy never gave up on me, kindness won. ...

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How to NOT Have a Blue, Blue, Blue Christmas

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Since long before Elvis Presley first crooned those famous lyrics in 1957, Thanksgiving through the New Year has been a lonely reality for many who feel that “you might be doing all ...

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How history guides us in a contentious presidential election

How can American history be our guide in a modern contested election? We are in the thick of what could become the greatest Constitutional crisis in American history. The mainstream media and ...

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Media expert lays out 4 ways Trump will have Electoral College victory

Donald Trump has won the 2020 Elections by 311 to 227 electoral votes, if you only count legally cast ballots. As of November 11, 2020, the Decision Desk has projected 279 votes for ...

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Who can really heal the nation?

Joe Biden spoke of it during his victory-claiming, Saturday night speech. Time Magazine has now made it their new front cover. It is, we are being told, “time to heal.” But will it be that easy? ...

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Racism, racial disparities and football

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One argument used to prove systemic racism is the extent of racial disparities. On the Internet you will find lots of charts that show differences between black and white that are then ...

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Kanye West and the end of Abortion

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Kanye West’s recent tearful call for the Black community to reject abortion as child-killing gives us hope that a wave of Black Americans will flood into the prolife movement in the coming days. ...

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It took a pandemic to change my perspective

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Author and Emmy Award nominated Craig Syracusa writes about how the pandemic has changed the perspective of many people, including him. Syracusa hosts the TV show “Walk in Faith” and was recognized ...

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Liberty or death: there is no Option C

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“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but ...

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What kind of America will you choose?

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Much of the media would have you believe that the upcoming elections are really just about personalities. Who’s more empathetic? Who’s more dignified? Who’s more likable? The truth is, Americans won’t just be ...

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Mike Pence pens letter to voters listing faith record of President Trump

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Editor’s Note: Vice President Mike Pence has written a letter to American voters of faith. In the letter, Pence spells out the policies instituted by Donald Trump that have strengthened religious liberty ...

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Dr. James Dobson: The election isn’t about you

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Dr. James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, has released a letter about the election to his millions of listeners and fans of his books. Dear reader, This will be my ...

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I am a free black woman. Why I won’t vote Democrat this year

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While growing up south of the Mason-Dixon Line during the 1970s, there were a few things I could count on seeing inside all of my family members’ homes: pictures of Jesus, Abraham ...

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How monasteries and empire builders helped mold the modern-day office

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As a scholar who researches and designs learning and workspaces, I’m aware how the modern-day workplace was shaped over several centuries. But few people may know that the origins of the office can ...

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American sports, role models and culture

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Nearly 30 years ago, in a 1993 Nike commercial, professional basketball legend Charles Barkley fired the first shot at the “role model” concept popularized by Columbia University sociologist Robert K. Merton in ...

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How should pastors be involved with elections and voting?

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Pastor and church leader, do you anticipate encouraging your congregation in voting in the general election on November 3rd?  I hope every pastor and church leader will help make the Christian vote ...

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