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Biola University opens museum of Christian nostalgia and culture

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Anyone who grew up in church has fond memories of things like the old flannel graphs that were used to teach Bible lessons to kids. Biola University in Southern California recently opened ...

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California farmers get help from President in fight over water

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California farmers have received relief in their decades-long battle with California Democrats and the Obama administration over the fight for water. President Donald Trump on Feb. 19 signed a memorandum to develop and deliver more ...

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Los Angeles Angels manager uses influence to help those less fortunate

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Across the nation baseball teams are in training camp. While the number of wins is always at the top of their priorities, many players and managers view the upcoming season as an ...

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California police search for missing nephew of former Missouri Gov. Bob Holden

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Police in California continue to search for a missing 25-year-old Missouri man who disappeared on New Year’s Eve. Alexander Holden is the nephew of Bob Holden, who was governor of Missouri from ...

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Australian scientist: Poor brush management, not global warming, cause of fires

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Australian authorities have determined that 200 fires have been deliberately set and warned the nation’s residents to prepare for another wave of evacuations. The news comes as temperatures in the country’s southeast ...

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Oakland City councilwoman: house homeless on cruise ships

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Should cruise ships now host the homeless? From New York to Los Angeles to San Francisco, streets are filled with human excrement, drug needles, trash and stench as homelessness increases. Many are ...

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Student sues Fuller Theological Seminary for being expelled because of same-sex marriage

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Christian institutions that remain true to their standards increasingly are coming under fire. Last week, a female student sued Fuller Theological Seminary, accusing it of violating Title IX rules when it expelled ...

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Founder’s son-in-law speaks out on why he left Church of Scientology

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The Church of Scientology recently increased its profile in the midwest by relocating to a historic building at Kansas City’s 18th Street and Grand Blvd. Now a former leader is speaking out ...

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California law secretly changed to force churches to fund abortions?

The Alliance Defending Freedom is accusing California of having secretly changed the meaning of a law under pressure from abortion advocates. As now stated, the law forces churches and churchgoers to fund abortions, ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – KU sports problems

It should have come as no surprise that the NCAA levied some serious allegations against the KU basketball team. They were charged with three Level 1 violations and a lack of institutional ...

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Couples now can marry at Helzberg Diamond stores but beware the ‘ordained pastor’

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“I am loved” has long been the marketing slogan for Helzberg Diamonds, which is based in North Kansas City. The company has taken customer service to a new level by enabling couples ...

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In-N-Out Burger president turns to faith to overcome struggles

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People who have relocated from western cities have for years clamored for get an In-N-Out Burger restaurant. The chain consistently tops rankings of best hamburgers in the nation. An heir to the ...

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California Senate sexuality bill targets pastors

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Pastors who affirm traditional biblical views on sexuality are under attack in California. The state Senate recently passed a resolution telling Christian clergy to accept and support LGBTQ ideology, even if doing ...

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News Briefs: Dorian turns north; 25 dead, more missing from boat fire; Diet caused blindness; New tariffs

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Today’s news briefs: Hurricane Dorian turning north Dorian has destroyed thousands of homes in the Bahamas and left an entire island without power. The hurricane, which was a Category 5 storm for over ...

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News Briefs: America’s poor better off than Europeans; Economy boost coming?; Risky mortgages are back; ‘Beto’ all in for abortion until birth

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Here’s your daily news briefs. President Trump considering economy-boosting measures President Trump said he is considering measures to bolster the economy, including a reduction in capital-gains taxes. He also continued to press ...

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Convicted sex offenders holding “drag queen story time” at Texas libraries

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Over the past year, the Austin Public Library in Texas has allowed sex offenders to read to children during “Drag Queen Story Time,” a pro-family organization has learned. This is the latest development in a series ...

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Pro-life college group wins equal funding lawsuit

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A college pro-life group that was discriminated against by their California university has won a major lawsuit. A district court judge has ruled that mandatory student fees at California State University-San Marcos must ...

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Ministry helps rebuild lives after natural disasters

There are plenty of instances where natural disasters have significantly affected communities across the nation. From tornadoes in Oklahoma and Kansas, floods in Missouri, Iowa and Louisiana and the Northeast, to devastating ...

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LA Times condemns leftist California ethnic curriculum as ‘group think’

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Jewish leaders say a new ethnic studies curriculum proposed by the California Department of Education “effectively erases the American Jewish experience” and “would institutionalize the teaching of antisemitic stereotypes” in public schools. ...

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Contrary to media reports, California shooter may not have been a ‘supremacist’

Media reports on the motivation of the California festival shooter that also describe the suspect as a white supremacist are being contradicted by others who viewed his social media posts. The 19-year-old suspect, ...

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Second, larger earthquake strikes California

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A quake with a magnitude as large as 7.1 jolted much of California, cracked buildings, set fires, broke roads and caused several injuries, with 11 times more force than an apparent foreshock that rattled ...

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Praising Western Civilization gets teacher fired

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Can praising the advancements given humanity by Western cultures get you fired? It can in California. A math teacher says she lost her job at a private K-12 school in Southern California ...

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Vicious shark attack leaves young American dead

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A vicious attack by multiple sharks in the Bahamas has killed a vacationing California woman. College student Jordan Lindsey, 21, of Torrance was snorkeling with her family near Rose Island on June 26 ...

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Grandmother reaches settlement after faith led to eviction

An elderly grandmother has settled a claim with her landlord who gave her an eviction notice for sharing her faith. The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) has settled a claim on behalf of ...

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California SWAT type raid on Christian school alarms community

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A Christian school in California is facing a huge battle with the state over sexual exploration for students among other issues. Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) is representing River View Christian Academy in ...

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