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Eroding donor privacy unites right and left against states

The threat to donor privacy is continuing despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling two years ago that many thought had ended it once and for all. Proposals introduced in more than a ...

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Many Christians more afraid of devil than God, Jim Caviezel says

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Jim Caviezel, who stars in the new hit film “Sound of Freedom” about human trafficking, said it’s time for Christians to stand and be counted. “The problem is that modern-day Christianity has ...

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Only one in three Americans have confidence in the church, Gallup finds

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Only about one-third of Americans have confidence in the church or organized religion, and even fewer have faith in public schools. Gallup sampled Americans’ level of trust in more than a dozen ...

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Crisis: Missouri fentanyl overdoses are up 75 percent in past four years

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Fentanyl overdoses have increased by 75 percent in Missouri since 2019, and 2023 is on track to be another record year. The drug is up to 50 times more powerful than heroin ...

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Worship leader shortage in Southern Baptist churches

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The Southern Baptist Convention is facing a shortage of qualified music leaders. “There just aren’t enough people out there to serve as worship leaders,” said Will Bishop, associate professor of church music ...

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New language developed by Wycliffe now serving deaf African students

A new language for the Deaf and Deaf-Blind is now being used in both public and private schools in Africa. It was developed by Wycliffe Associates, known for empowering mother-tongue Bible translators ...

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Area groups receive part of $92 million Lilly Endowment grant

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Dozens of Christian groups seeking to instill faith in the nation’s children have been given grants of as much as $1.25 million to help them meet their mission. Lilly Endowment, through its ...

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Now dishwashers are target of Biden administration

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Opposition is growing to the Biden administration’s proposed crackdown on dishwashers. Dozens of consumer groups and home appliance manufacturers have released a storm of criticism of the Biden administration’s proposed regulatory crackdown ...

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You won’t believe how Communist China is rewriting the Bible

Metro Voice has previously reported how the Communist Chinese government is rewriting the Bible as they continue to persecute Christians. Now, a U.S. Congressman has written an op-ed outlining what’s happening as ...

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Plan to burn Bible, Torah in Sweden fizzles but criticism continues

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized the Swedish government after a decision by Stockholm police to allow the Bible and Torah to be burned during a protest outside the Israeli Embassy. “The ...

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AMC not conspiring against “Sound of Freedom,” according to Angel Studios

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Recent rumors on Facebook and other social media platforms claim that Kansas City-based AMC is using such tactics as turning off the air conditioning to discourage people from seeing “Sound of Freedom.” ...

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Jackson County voters again to decide whether to remove Andrew Jackson statues from courthouses

Although Jackson County voters in 2020 defeated a proposal to remove two statues of Andrew Jackson from in front of the Kansas City and Independence courthouses, county legislators refuse to take no ...

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‘Route 60: The Biblical Highway’ film in theaters this fall

Israel’s Route 60 features so many famous biblical sites that it is known as the Biblical Highway. Former U.S. Ambassador David Friedman and former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will bring ...

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Miami mayor shares his faith as he jumps into Republican presidential race

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Miami Mayor Francis Suarez may be a big underdog in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, but he stands tall in his faith. He told an audience at the Faith & ...

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Christian employees petition Google over “Peaches Christ” drag show event

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Christian employee of Google called a planned “Pride and Drag Show” in California a direct attack on “religious beliefs and sensibilities.” As a result, the company removed it, and performer Peaches Christ ...

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Another survey confirms decline in church attendance

Another report has been released that documents a decline in church attendance since the start of the pandemic. An average of 30 percent of Americans from 2020 to the present said they ...

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Hawley clashes with St. Louis reporter over wife’s work on recent Supreme Court case

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Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley is accusing a St. Louis TV reporter of misogyny after the reporter noted that Hawley’s wife worked on the legal team that represented the Christian graphic designer ...

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A lifeline for those that have chronic pain

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Chronic pain is more prevalent than many people realize. This ministry helps churches across the country offer support. Their elbows, knees and ankles throb. Fatigue wrecks their ability to move at times. ...

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Most popular worship songs traced back to just four megachurches

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A handful of megachurches have cornered the market on worship music in recent years, churning out hit after hit and dominating the worship charts, a new study reported by Religion News Service ...

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Fire ravages historic Midtown Kansas City church

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A century-old church in midtown Kansas City caught fire early Wednesday morning and suffered extensive damage. “I’m lost for words,” Pastor Willie Thornton of Mount Christian Worship Center says. “I really am. ...

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Business bankruptcies highest in 13 years

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Corporate bankruptcies in the United States this spring, based on the latest reports, with the first five months of 2023 seeing the highest number of filings since 2010. Filings from Serta Bedding ...

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Atheists say they feel alienated

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Atheists are complaining they feel socially alienated even as government, Hollywood and the media push faith out of the public eye. The news comes as projections indicate Christianity might be a minority ...

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FCA expects to set new record with 100,000 camp attendees this year

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Not all of the news coming out of U.S. schools is negative. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes believes it can set a new record for attendees of its camps in 2023, with ...

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Missionary surgeon Rebekah Naylor retires with no plans to rest

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In India, Dr. Rebeka Naylor went from staff doctor to medical director to hospital CEO, treating thousands of patients and delivering a host of babies. The first time she retired, in 2002, Dr. ...

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You have a chance to tell KCC to deny the 14% Evergy rate hike

There still may be a chance to prevent the Evergy rate hike, which would raise rates next year an average of $14.24 each month per Kansas household. The Kansas Corporation Commission may ...

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