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Has the biblical site of Sodom been found?

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As archaeologists continue to find sites validating biblical stories, one says there’s now proof for the location of Sodom. Steven Collins, dean of the College of Archaeology at Trinity Southwest University, told ...

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New state tax credits target film productions, concerts

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The film and music industries have long bypassed major investments in Missouri for states that offer tax incentives. That may change now that Gov. Mike Parson has signed legislation to provide tax ...

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Group demands children’s chalk drawing of cross be removed from sidewalk

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Americans United for Separation of Church and State has picked a fight with the wrong governor. Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is rejecting their demands to remove the chalk drawing of a ...

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“It’s a Baby” ad campaign focuses on humanity of unborn children

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Focus on the Family has launched “It’s a Baby,” an advertising campaign to celebrate life on the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade. Jim Daly, ...

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Kansas judge rules that transgender drivers cannot change sex on licenses

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Individuals identifying as a different biological sex in Kansas will not be allowed to change their sex on their driver’s licenses under a ruling by a state judge on Monday. District Judge ...

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Groups want to end parental notification of teen abortions in Ohio

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Pro-choice groups remain aggressive following the overturn of Roe v. Wade last summer. Now they are seeking to keep teen abortions from parents. Abortion supporters in Ohio submitted signatures to advance a ...

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Americans identify as socially conservative at highest numbers in decade

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Americans may be rebelling against an increasingly liberal culture. More adults identify as social conservatives than at any time in the past decade, a new Gallup poll has found. Nearly four in ...

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Missouri rule on ESG could be model for other states

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A new rule in Missouri regarding controversial environmental, social and governance investing could serve as a model for other Republican-led states. Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft issued a rule on June 1 ...

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Biden administration ignoring religious freedom, Oklahoma senator says

The Biden administration is failing to enforce basic protections of religious liberty, said Sen. James Lankford. An Oklahoma Republican, the state’s senior senator is making religious freedom the pillar of his political ...

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Eric Metaxas says pastors “silent in the face of evil”

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Author and talk-show host Eric Metaxas is urging leaders to speak up against the evil in today’s world “There are many pastors and Christian leaders being silent in the face of evil ...

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Apple to delete up to 1,000 of your photos: Here’s how to save them

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Apple will soon delete up to 1,000 of your photos from a cloud account for iPhone users. Originally launched in 2011, My Photo Stream is an iCloud service that temporarily uploads photos ...

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From the Heartland to the Holy Land tour to Israel!

Many people dream of visiting the Holy Land. Did you know it’s easier than you think? You can join believers from across the area on one of two trips in 2024. Readers ...

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Catholic Church to honor recent martyrs of all Christian traditions

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Protestant martyrs of the faith will now be honored alongside their Catholic counterparts under a new initiative to recognize those from other Christian traditions. Pope Francis has commissioned a new working group ...

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Greg Laurie continues baptisms at Pirate’s Cove in California

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The recent film “Jesus Revolution” introduced many Christians to Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Southern California. His SoCal Harvest Crusades, such as the most recent one in Anaheim, ...

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Summit and legislation tackles artificial intelligence, nukes and globalism

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The United Nations and Swiss government, concerned by the spread of artificial intelligence, held a summit this week to address how to control and benefit from it. More than 3,000 experts from ...

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Work to widen I-70 from Kansas City to St. Louis set to begin this summer

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Relief is on the way for drivers tired of the heavy traffic on Interstate 70 between Kansas City and St. Louis. Work on the long-awaited widening of the 200-mile stretch will begin ...

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Israel Uncharted! Archaeology Proves the Bible is True

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Don’t miss the 2023 season of Israel Uncharted! This year Aaron Lipkin returns to the Kansas City area with exciting new discoveries from the Holy Land. He’ll be appearing at three free ...

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Kansas City Christian College joins association

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Kansas City Christian College in Overland Park has joined the Kansas Independent College Association. The association, founded in 1970, is a not-for-profit organization that provides collaborative programming and statewide advocacy to enhance ...

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“Sound of Freedom” beat Indiana Jones last weekend

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Jim Caviezel was more popular than Indiana Jones at the nation’s movie theaters on July 4. His new film “Sound of Freedom” grossed $14 million in box-office sales on the holiday. The ...

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The churches of Bangalore reflect diverse community of believers

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Bangalore, India — often called the “Silicon Valley of India” — boasts a captivating atmosphere where rapid growth coexists with a rich religious landscape and a thriving technology hub. It’s a city ...

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Good News: Air Pollution has plummeted since 1980

In June, as wildfires ravaged Canada, the Northeastern United States experienced heavy air pollution problems from the smoke. The out-of-control fires and subsequent pollution are a tragedy, certainly. But the fact that a ...

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Caffeine with a cause: Seven Weeks Coffee  gives 10 percent to crisis pregnancy centers

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Caffeine lovers are helping Seven Weeks Coffee donate more than $100,000 to crisis pregnancy centers. “At seven weeks, a baby is the size of a coffee bean and it’s the same time ...

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Some lost Medicaid coverage after federal guidelines changed July 1

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Some of the 1.5 million Missourians covered by Medicaid may have lost coverage on July 1, according to the Missouri Department of Social Services. Federal guidelines that ensured continued coverage during the ...

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Kids pick up crayons to draw their war experiences around the world

“They still draw pictures!” So wrote the editors of an influential collection of children’s art that was compiled in 1938 during the Spanish Civil War. Eighty years later, war continues to upend children’s lives in ...

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Despite media perceptions, study finds correlation between religion, successful life

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Religious belief tends to be associated with key indicators of a successful life, such as education level and marital status, a recent study found. Ryan Burge, a political scientist who studies religion ...

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