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Missouri legalizing marijuana could have serious economic, social downside

As Missouri prepares to vote on fully legalizing marijuana for recreational use, a study in Colorado shows the dark social and economic impact. The social costs of legalized marijuana are well-known, though ...

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Survey: Generosity more common among church-going Christians

Christians who attend church regularly are more likely to be taught and experience generosity in their own lives than non-Christians, according to a new Barna survey. The poll conducted of 2,016 adults ...

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Prayer effort to stop 110 million girls being forced into child marriage

International aid agency, World Vision is calling for urgent action to prevent 110 million girls from being forced into child marriage by 2035. Its new report ‘Fighting for a Future’ has tracked ...

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Prophecies about 2020 election should be wake-up call, Christian author says

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As the midterm elections approach, Christian author Michael Brown says false prophecies about Donald Trump’s reelection should serve as a “wake-up call to the charismatic church.” Brown, whose columns often appear in ...

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Gov. Parson will not give blanket pardon to marijuana offenders

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson will not pardon people convicted on minor marijuana offenses as President Joe Biden recommended. Last week, Biden announced plans to pardon federal convictions and urged governors to do the ...

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FCA’s Oct. 12 Fields of Faith unites students

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Fields of Faith, an annual event sponsored by the Kansas City-based Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will be held on October 12. The event is led by students. Peers invite their own classmates ...

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PayPal stocks plunge after saying it will fine ‘misinformation’

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Share prices for PayPal dropped more than 5% on Monday morning after a report from The Daily Wire highlighted the firm’s attempt to fine users $2,500 for spreading “misinformation” through the platform. The financial services ...

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New rule requires gun dealers to report addresses of some purchasers

The FBI last week quietly initiated the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). The new program will collect the addresses of gun purchasers with intent of curbing gun crimes by flagging ...

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Heating costs to soar this winter

Families already dealing with record inflation likely will face soaring heating costs as well this winter. The news comes as President Biden was criticized for saying energy companies can just lower prices ...

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Absentee voting in Missouri and Kansas to begin

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This is expected to be one of the biggest midterm elections in terms of voter participation. That includes Kansas and Missouri where absentee voting is set to begin this month. But before ...

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Why did early Christianity rise so rapidly?

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New religions appear all the time — nowhere more than in the United States — but very few ever achieve prominence and permanence. Christianity is a rare and dramatic case of a ...

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Jewish leaders concerned with project that maps Israel supporters

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American Jews are concerned about an interactive website that seeks to expose those who support Jews who choose to immigrate to Israel. The identification effort, called The Mapping Project, reveals the names ...

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Former Christians report condition dubbed “rapture anxiety”

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As if people don’t have enough to worry about in today’s culture, a growing number of former Christians and others are struggling with what mental health professionals have called “rapture anxiety,” a ...

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Biden Administration waged “propaganda” war for COVID vaccine, says Judicial Watch which obtained documents

Judicial Watch just uncovered a major document about the Biden administration’s propaganda effort to push the COVID vaccines. We received 249 pages of records from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) detailing ...

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Judge rules feds wrong to mandate special LGBT workplace treatment, gender surgeries on children

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A federal judge in Texas struck down the Biden administration for giving LGBT individuals special rights not enjoyed by others in the workplace. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had specifically exempted LGBT ...

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Pro-life group Susan B. Anthony will spend big bucks in Nov. midterms

Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, a national pro-life grassroots advocacy organization, expects to spend $78 million during the 2022 midterm election cycle. “We are on track to reach eight million voters across ...

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Stepbrother’s book reveals untold story of Elvis and faith

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What’s the untold story of Elvis and his faith? That’s the topic of a new book by New York Times bestselling author and stepbrother to Elvis, Billy Stanley in conjunction with co-author ...

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How we can better serve the widow

For Eileen Vignaroli, the plight of the widow was all too real. When she was widowed in 2015 after 47 years of marriage, Eileen thought the death of her husband Don might ...

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Former WWE star hasn’t repaid welfare money misused by ministry

NFL star Brett Favre has become the public face of the Mississippi scandal over misspent welfare money. Favre received $1.1 million in misappropriated funds, which were used to build a volleyball stadium ...

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This week in history: Tyndale burned at stake for printing Bibles

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William Tyndale, “Father of the English Bible,” was burned at the state in October 1536. How many Bibles do you have in your house? For most of us, Bibles are easily accessible, ...

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Mobile abortions by Planned Parenthood will skirt Missouri pro-life laws

Planned Parenthood has found a way to perform abortions on Missouri women while avoiding Missouri’s pro-life laws. The abortion company plans to set up a mobile clinic across the state line in ...

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Conservatives see thousands of Twitter followers disappear ahead of Musk takeover

Is Twitter deleting bot accounts that it previously said did not exist? That’s what conservatives are saying after they lost thousands of followers at the same time after Tuesday’s announcement that Elon ...

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Palestinian governor says only “deviant mothers” send sons to die as martyrs

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Palestinian mothers are wrong to send their sons to die in clashes with Israeli forces, says an Arab Muslim governor in Samaria. Ibrahim Ramadan, who leads the West Bank city of Nablus, ...

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Federal court rules DACA migrant program illegal

The controversial immigration policy known as (DACA), or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, has been ruled illegal by a federal court. It shields adult immigrants, who had entered the country illegally while ...

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Culture issues focus of new U.S. Supreme Court session

Several cases of interest to Christians are on the agenda as the U.S. Supreme Court begins its new session this week. Some of the court’s most important upcoming cases focus on the ...

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