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Fatherhood changes men’s brains according to MRI scans

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MRI studies find that children alter the brains of men who enter fatherhood. The time fathers devote to child care every week has tripled over the past 50 years in the United States. ...

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People let you down. Show mercy and move on

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As the holidays are in full swing, many find themselves in the company of others who may be the source of a past transgression or hurt. People let other people down. Here’s ...

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Drop-off sites to open for Operation Christmas Child

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More than 4,500 locations will open to collect Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts for the Samaritan’s Purse project. Volunteers are preparing to collect shoebox gifts during National Collection Week, Nov. 14 – ...

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Four men storm Jewish school bus, terrorize Chicago children

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Jewish Children in Chicago are recovering emotionally after four men impersonating Nazis stormed their school bus last week. The bus was packed with Jewish kids and has shocked both parents and Jewish ...

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Gift of Hope: Supporting National Adoption Month

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New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge hit his 62nd regular season home run on October 4th. He joins an elite group of ballplayers like Babe Ruth, Roger Maris, and Barry Bonds. To whom ...

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Lee’s Summit School District’s ‘woke’ agenda exposed in mom’s new book

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A Lee’s Summit mother has written a book addressing her concerns about her local school district. Kristin Grubbs, a mother of four, for the last 10 years has had at least one ...

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Kansas woman who joined ISIS sentenced to 20 years

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A Kansas woman who led an all-female ISIS battalion in Syria has been given the maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. Allison Fluke-Ekren, who grew up in Overbrook, pleaded guilty to “terrorism” ...

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Faith and family keep catcher for Phillies well grounded

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The catcher for the Philadelphia Phillies is excited to be playing in his first World Series against the Houston Astros. However, his faith is still his top priority. “I just thank God ...

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Stories of released Ukrainian women make blood run cold, says church official

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After Ukrainian women were released in a prisoner swap with Russia, the head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church said their stories “simply break the heart, make the blood run cold in your ...

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Police warn of Fentanyl Halloween candy this year

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Parents are encouraged to be extra vigilant if their children go trick-or-treating this year because of the fentanyl crisis. From Florida to Oregon, warnings about candy are going out from law enforcement, ...

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Proposal would require Missouri libraries to monitor age appropriateness of materials

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Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft on Monday proposed a rule that would require libraries receiving state funds to determine what material is age appropriate and restrict minors from accessing some books. ...

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Explosive documentary on Kanakuk sex abuse wins Emmy Award

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A documentary made by VICE News about sexual abuse cases at Kanakuk camps in southwest Missouri won a 2022 Emmy award for “Outstanding Hard News Feature Story: Long Form.” The 17-minute film, ...

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Proposed bill would defund schools that hide transgender agenda from parents

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Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., has introduced a bill that would defund schools that allow students to hide their chosen gender identity or preferred pronouns from their parents. “Parents have a fundamental, constitutionally ...

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Exposure to sexual content in popular movies predicts sexual behavior in adolescence: study

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Researchers at New Hampshire’s Dartmouth College are urging parents to protect their children from sexual content online and in films as they release a new six-year study.  The data shows viewing such ...

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Federal court rules charities can refuse adoption to gay couples

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Christian adoption agencies cannot be forced by the state to place adoptive children with same-sex couples. In a ruling that affects adoption agencies nationwide, a federal judge handed down the decision in ...

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Extraordinary new documentary on Mother Teresa in theaters Oct. 3

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Mother Teresa — one of the most famous figures to emerge from the 20th century for her work helping the poor in India — is the focus of a new documentary that ...

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California teachers union allegedly spied on parents during pandemic

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California’s largest teachers union had a researcher spy on parents who fought for their children to return to classrooms during the pandemic. The tactic was confirmed by emails obtained through public records ...

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3 reasons why mandating Kindergarten is harmful

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Kindergarten may be valuable for some children, but it shouldn’t be compulsory – and the studies prove it. This back-to-school season, many parents are eager to drop-off their kindergarteners to begin the ...

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Missouri partners with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to provide books to children

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The state of Missouri is teaming up with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to promote childhood literacy. A new state law designates at least $5 million in state funding annually toward the effort. ...

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White House takes flak for shifting blame to Republicans for school closings

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Many students are struggling academically and socially after returning to school following two years of lockdowns and hybrid learning. Leading experts continue to criticize the Biden administration days after it attempted to ...

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Holocaust photos – found in attics and archives – reveal tragedy on personal level

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Newly found photos of the Holocaust are helping researchers put stories to the victims. The summer of 2022 marked the 80th anniversary of the first Nazi deportation of Jewish families from Germany to Auschwitz. ...

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Satanic Club school event to happen despite parent opposition

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Pennsylvania school will allow a back-to-school “Satanic Club” event Sept. 24 despite restricting Christian meetings. Ashley Lynn Crider, a parent in the Northern York County School District, discussed what she calls the ...

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Leaders share how to discuss homosexuality issues in love

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Parents and church leaders can’t avoid addressing the gay agenda in an increasingly hostile culture. Jeff Johnston, a formerly gay many who is now culture and policy analyst for Focus on the ...

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Deanna and the miracle of finding Gus

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After decades of fruitless searching for her biological father, Deanna Doss Shrodes expected that if she ever found him, it would be at a grave marker. When her mother died without revealing ...

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Parents missed the LGBTQ curricula for decades

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Across the country, parents are reacting with shock and outrage as they discover what their kids are learning in school. These children are being indoctrinated by an aggressive, one-sided, radical LGBTQ+ curriculum, ...

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