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IDF disguised as women and staff take out terror cell in Arab hospital

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IDF special forces eliminated a terror cell based in an Arab hospital early Tuesday morning during an “unprecedented” raid. The operation foiled a planned terror attack by Palestinian terrorists who aimed to ...

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Religious “nones” now outnumber all religious groups

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More Americans now identify as religiously unaffiliated than as being part of any individual religious group. More than one in four U.S. adults now identify as religiously unaffiliated, or nones, compared to ...

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Franklin Graham launching 10-city evangelism tour along southern border

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Evangelist Franklin Graham has announced plans to travel where many politicians fear to tread – the U.S.-Mexican border. He will launch a 10-city God Loves You tour in February. “We are taking ...

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World marks Holocaust Remembrance day

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day was observed on Saturday against the backdrop of rising antisemitism in the United States and around the world. “As we are witnessing an alarming rise of antisemitism around ...

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Jay Leno on political comedy: “I just stopped doing it”

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Jay Leno may have acknowledged why late-night comedy shows are losing viewers in droves: they’re just too political. In a recent interview, the legendary late-night talk show host expressed his opinion on ...

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Police arrest 47 people connected to Istanbul church attack

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The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a church attack in Istanbul that left one person dead Sunday. Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya made a statement on Twitter stating that the armed attackers ...

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“Someone Like You,” is first movie based on Kingsbury novel

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“Someone Like You,” the first major movie based on a book by bestselling author Karen Kingsbury, is scheduled to be released in theaters on April 2. “We’re excited about it,” Kingsbury says. ...

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World’s indigenous peoples unite behind Israel

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Indigenous peoples around the world have united to place their own embassy in Israel and voiced support for Jews in their historical homeland of Israel. The Indigenous Coalition for Israel (ICFI)’s embassy will be ...

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Three US troops killed in Iran-linked drone strike

Several U.S. troops have been killed in an attack related to the Israel–Hamas war.  Last week, two Navy Seals accidentally died in a naval operation. The Biden administration blamed Iran-backed forces for ...

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Actor Russell Brand seeking meaning by reading Bible

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Actor Russell Brand is on a spiritual journey that is drawing him closer to Christianity. “The reason I wear a cross is because Christianity and, in particular, the figure of Christ are, ...

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Ravens coach John Harbaugh “gives glory and honor where its due” 

Kansas Citians will be cheering for the Chiefs in the AFC championship game against Baltimore on Sunday. At the same time, however, they can appreciate the public expression of faith by Ravens ...

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Optimism over giving in 2024 despite economy

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A recent survey found reason for optimism about faith-based giving in 2024. Despite ongoing economic challenges, donations to churches and ministries remain strong. That’s according to the Giving in Faith report from ...

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Granger Smith excited moving from country music success to ministry

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Granger Smith has no regrets as he transitions from country music singer to full-time ministry. “I’m just so excited about it,” he says. “I have so much joy just even thinking about ...

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Polyamory and the ‘Next Sexual Revolution’ That Has Been Here for Years

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On January 23 I posted on X, “Five days ago @MattWalshBlog wrote, ‘This is now the fourth article in a major media publication in the span of one week pushing ‘polyamory.’” Today, ...

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Radio network drops Alistair Begg after LGBT wedding advice

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American Family Radio (AFR) announced yesterday it will no longer air Alistair Begg’s radio program “Truth For Life” because of remarks Begg made last year about Christians attending LGBTQ weddings. The controversy ...

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Harvard antisemitism head once labeled Israel an “apartheid” state

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Harvard University’s efforts to address antisemitism on campus are not off to a promising start. The co-chair of the new antisemitism taskforce, Derek Penslar, director of Harvard’s Center for Jewish Studies, has ...

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Solutions for the “irreversible decline” of American Christianity

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Few things have occupied the American Christian mind the past few years like the seemingly inevitable decline in the American Christian population. The Atlantic ran a piece from Tim Keller called “American ...

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Missouri teacher allegedly tried to kill husband with smoothie

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A teacher at a Christian school in Jefferson City has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly trying to poison her husband. Sarah Scheffe is a part-time art and design teacher at Calvary ...

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Number of migrant “gotaways” equals population of Kansas City and St. Louis

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The number of illegal immigrants who evaded authorities (known as gotaways) at the southern border last year is equal to the combined population of Kansas City and St. Louis, Missouri. The revelation ...

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Missouri bill requires age verification on porn sites

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Missouri lawmakers have found a bi-partisan issue: making it harder for minors to access porn sites by requiring websites to verify the age of users. Several bills have been proposed by Democrat ...

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Senator: Why did Treasury Dept. monitor purchase of bibles?

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The U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) reportedly instructed banks to monitor Americans’ online transactions involving the purchase of Bibles and Christian books. Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., the ranking Republican ...

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Outrageous energy bills? These officials could keep them down

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January kicked off with bone-chilling, pipe-bursting temperatures. By the end of the month, Missouri and Kansas residents can expect energy bills, many topping $200, extending their wintertime misery. Those energy bills — ...

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Poll: Arabs overwhelmingly support Hamas Oct. 7 attack

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A new survey finds that Arabs across the Middle East and North Africa overwhelmingly agree with the Oct. 7 Hamas massacre and kidnappings. The extensive effort surveyed residents of 16 nations representing ...

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Huge Christian college fair is Feb. 24 in Kansas City

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Christian universities from across the nation will visit Kansas City Feb. 24 for the largest Christian College fair in the Midwest. The 26th annual Christian College Expo will feature up to 50 ...

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Here’s the retailers closing more stores in 2024

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The nation’s large brick-and-mortar retailers continue to suffer after thousands closed in 2023.  According to CBS News, major brands shuttered 4,600 locations last year and 2024 is not looking much better. Now, ...

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