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Support for vaccination increasing significantly among white evangelicals

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White evangelicals now are much more accepting of COVID-19 vaccination than they were in March, a new survey found. The survey of 5,123 adults by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Interfaith Youth ...

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How to overcome three common obstacles to positive change

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Amid the crisis of COVID, perhaps there is an opportunity to break through obstacles and pick up dreams left by the wayside. So much of life is spent on autopilot. Years pass ...

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders encourages Christians to prayerfully consider COVID-19 vaccinations

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former press secretary to President Trump and current gubernatorial candidate in Arkansas, said she was vaccinated against COVID-19 and encourages others to consider doing the same. In an op-ed ...

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National Churchill Museum in Fulton reopens after pandemic

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Area families looking for a getaway before school starts have a new option. The National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Mo., is reopening this weekend after being closed during the pandemic. The museum ...

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Life Expectancy Saw Biggest Drop Since World War II in 2020

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We just got some bad, if not very surprising, news. Newly released Centers for Disease Control data show that life expectancy fell significantly in 2020. And, no, not just because of COVID-19. ...

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New grants to protect children against crime in Missouri

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson this week announced $4 million in new grant opportunities to combat crime against children and provide additional funding to agencies that provide services to crime victims. “The last ...

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A look at the housing supply and what it means for you

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One of the hottest topics of conversation in today’s real estate market is the shortage of available homes. Simply put, the current housing supply reveals there are many more potential buyers than there ...

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Ann Graham Lotz seeks prayer for son in ICU with COVID-19

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Jonathan Lotz, son of Billy Graham’s daughter Anne Graham Lotz, is hospitalized in critical condition with COVID-19. She asked for prayers. “Fifty years ago I could hold my son in my arms,” ...

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Missouri attorney general to sue St. Louis over new mask mandate

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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt plans to file a lawsuit to stop the return of mask mandates in St. Louis City and County “The citizens of St. Louis and St. Louis County ...

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House Democrats prevent public release of Covid origins

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People are questioning the motive of Congressional Democrats blocking a bill that would make public the true origins of the Covid-19 virus. The Legislation requires the U.S. Director of National Intelligence to ...

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Fully vaccinated Australian woman gets Delta variant

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A fully vaccinated Australian woman has tested positive for the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID-19. Public health alerts have been issued for the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, and locations in Far North Queensland. Health ...

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Church wins lawsuit over Washington DC Covid restrictions

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A church in the nation’s capital has been awarded $220,000 over limits on gatherings during Covid. Capitol Hill Baptist Church (CHBC) filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Washington DC restrictions that a ...

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State job growth linked to political party in power

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A study by personal finance company Wallet Hub finds all 10 states with the worst job growth have policies led by Democrat governors. All states with the best job growth are Republican-led ...

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South Korea accepts Israeli vaccine doses that Palestinians turned down

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Palestinian leaders have lost the opportunity to immediately vaccinate residents after refusing Israel’s offer of a vaccine swap. Now South Korea says it will take the 700,000 doses from Israel. Under the ...

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LinkedIn reinstates scientist’s account after censoring his vaccine comments

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LinkedIn has apologized and reinstated the account of mRNA vaccine technology inventor Dr. Robert Malone. The business social media giant last week joined other Big Tech firms in censoring scientific thought around ...

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New documentary says Canadian church crackdown similar to China

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A new documentary claims that the crackdown on churches by the Canadian government resembles communist China. “The Government War on Worship,” which was released by the Calgary-based Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, ...

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Filmmakers target wisdom of lockdowns in ‘Follow the Science’ Documentary

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For the arts industry, 2020 was an unprecedented year. Musicians saw incomes instantly wiped out when live venues were forced to close due to lockdowns. The filmmakers and the industry came to ...

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Israel recorded no Covid deaths last week, will allow more tourists July 1

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Israel hit a milestone in the last week and recording zero Covid deaths for the first time in over a year. At the height of the pandemic in January, dozens of people ...

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Post-acute COVID Syndrome: Long-haulers or lifers?

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COVID-19 … it’s a virus that takes your breath away. Initially thought to be a disease that impacts the elderly, 40 and 50-year-olds who suffered mild symptoms began showing up at the ...

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Ethics: How technology and medicine has changed the context of death

Every living thing eventually dies. It is not just the inevitability of death but the nature of our awareness of it that does so much to determine the meaning of human existence. ...

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Israel to reopen for individual tourism July 1

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Individual travelers will be welcomed to Israel beginning on July 1. Pre-Covid, the country had its biggest year ever as it welcomed 4.5 million tourists in 2019. An amazing feat for a ...

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Thousands of coaches and athletes return to FCA Summer camps

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Tens of thousands of student-athletes will gather again after a year of pandemic lockdowns hampered a spiritual tradition.  They’ll attend Fellowship of Christian Athletes  Camps across the nation and the world this ...

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Republicans believe stage is set to regain control of Congress in 2022

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Republicans believe they have the momentum to take back the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm elections. Conventional wisdom says the party not in the White House — in this case, ...

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What the proposed $6 trillion Biden budget means for your future

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History will not remember President Biden for his frugality but it may for his budget. The president has already signed into law a massive multi-trillion-dollar “COVID” stimulus spending package and proposed trillions ...

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5 good and bad ways COVID-19 impacted Bible translation

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I want to take some time to share with you five ways COVID-19 has impacted Bible translation and all that we have seen God do while the world has been turned upside ...

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