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Editorial—Jerusalem: The Capital of Israel

On Dec. 6, the United States officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. As part of this historic announcement, President Trump initiated the process of relocating the U.S. embassy there. For ...

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Jerusalem residents speak out on Trump capital announcement

Jerusalemite opinions about President Donald Trump’s landmark policy changes on their city run the gamut, reflecting the diversity of the Israeli capital itself. In an effort to take the pulse of the ...

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U.K. remembers persecuted Christians

Parliament, churches light up red to raise awareness for martyred believers being persecuted around the world. (WNS)–On Nov. 22, the British Houses of Parliament and more than 30 churches and schools, mostly in ...

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News Briefs From Israel

 Israeli economy flexes its muscle as shekel is deemed world’s 2nd-strongest currency:  Deutsche Bank last week ranked the Israeli shekel as the world’s second-strongest currency, bolstering the broader outlook on the Jewish ...

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How should believers invest for the future?

How to invest: Faith, not fear of N. Korea, should guide both finances and time says Stewardship Capital founder Ron Finke. In a little-heralded news item last month, the Federal Reserve announced ...

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Study confirms global warming temp rise is manipulated

A new study found adjustments made to global surface temperature readings by scientists in recent years “are totally inconsistent with published and credible U.S. and other temperature data.” “Thus, it is impossible ...

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In era of polarizing politics, Israel a unifying force for evangelical Christian press

With the motto of “inspiration, instruction and interaction,” the Evangelical Press Association’s (EPA) annual convention for Christian media casts a unified vision as it touched on topics relevant to the gathering of ...

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Innovation and Leadership in Israel, the Start-up Nation

A 2016 exhibition at Israel’s main airport, Ben Gurion, highlighted the country’s achievements in medicine, science and technology. From irrigating a desert for agriculture to GPS that Moses would have loved, Israel ...

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Israel Tourism Setting Records

Israel continues to be one of the hottest destinations for visitors in the world. This winter is breaking all previous standards as a record number of international visitors visited Israel in January ...

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Severe drought leads starving Kenyans to church

MATUU, Kenya — When her pantry runs dry, Agnes Mwikali walks down a dusty road to a local church mission. There, beyond the metal gate and the church garden where the crops ...

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Iraqi Muslim businessman erects huge Christmas tree for Christian neighbors

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BAGHDAD (AP) — A Muslim businessman has erected the tallest Christmas tree in Baghdad as a show of solidarity with Christians during the holiday season. Yassir Saad told The Associated Press on ...

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ISIS taking newborns and children in effort to annihilate Christians

A Roman Catholic priest who has been helping Christians, Yazidis and other religious minorities facing genocide in Iraq and Syria said Islamic State militants separate families who live in terrorist occupied land ...

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Middle East Christians hopeful after Trump victory

Donald Trump, the next president of the United States of America – I guess those are words few of us ever expected to hear, along with ‘Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition’ ...

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Danger follows Christian refugees to Germany

 New report finds 743 cases of religious persecution against Christians by Muslims refugees. The situation of Christian refugees in German shelters is “unbearable” according to an updated report released in October and ...

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Christianity growing in Iran despite severe persecution

Under, or perhaps hiding from, the ever watchful eye of Iranian police, the underground house church movement in Iran is exploding. “The house churches are causing such rapid growth in conversions it ...

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Muslim herdsmen kill 300 Nigerian Christians

Muslim Fulani herdsmen, believed to be buoyed by Boko Haram insurgents posing as the nomadic cattlemen, continue to occupy farmland in Benue state, Nigeria, two weeks after killing more than 300 Christian ...

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Language proves God’s existence, scientist says

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Evidence for God’s existence is, quite literally, on the tip of your tongue, says professor Jeremy Lyon. Lyon, associate professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Ga., and ...

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More than 1.1 million people joined their voices in the global hymn sing

 An estimated 1.1 million people in over 100 countries joined together Feb. 21 to sing “Facing a Task Unfinished,” a 90-year-old hymn that has been updated by internationally acclaimed hymn writers Keith ...

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Global hymn sing focuses on Christian persecution

Thousands of churches and missions agencies in 48 countries will join together in a united effort to draw attention to Christian persecution and the need for evangelism. On Feb. 21, thousands of ...

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Israel and apartheid: South African students weigh in

About two-dozen people file into Dodd 175 at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus on a Thursday night, scouting out seats and picking at the kosher pizza in the back ...

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Wycliffe Associates to launch Bible translation in high persecution regions

In a region where conversion to Christianity is punishable by death, Wycliffe Associates plans to launch 10 new Bible translation projects in the next 30 days. The projects will employ the MAST ...

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Olympic games become transgender

In late January, the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, announced a change in policies that will enable transgendered athletes to compete in Olympic games “without first having to undergo gender reassignment surgery.” ...

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World’s most dangerous cities include St. Louis

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Four U.S. cities are among the 50 most dangerous in the world. The rankings were compiled by a Mexican research group–the Citizen Council for Public Security and Criminal Justice– which released its annual ...

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Worldwide persecution of Christians at “historic levels” says report

According to the 2015 Open Doors World Watch List, the Middle East Remains Most Violent While Africa Sees Largest Increase in Persecution of Christians While the year 2014 will go down in ...

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God ranks high in New Year’s resolutions

When Americans make New Year’s resolutions, a better relationship with God ranks almost as high as better health, according to a study. And for many groups, faith actually outranks health. Older Americans, ...

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