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Religious colleges to share success secrets with secular schools

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An association of religious schools has formed a new commission to share recent successes in areas of access and affordability with their secular counterparts. The Commission on Faith-based Colleges and Universities recently ...

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Mental health issues require biblical solutions

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America’s mental health is in alarming condition, and only biblical solutions can change it, a leading Christian counselor says. “We don’t have a mental health crisis; we have a mental health disaster ...

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Sweden refused lockdown and boasts the lowest mortality in Europe

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Many more people in Sweden are alive today because Anders Tegnell understands the economic lesson of secondary consequences. Gore Vidal once said “I told you so” are the four most beautiful words ...

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Societal changes have Gen Z searching for meaning

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Despite the overall decline of faith in American life, there are signs that members of Generation Z are searching for meaning. Christian campus groups at universities have seen growing interest from college ...

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“Living on borrowed time,” man preaches in spite of health

Although John Parks has battled a heart attack, cancer and COVID-19 over the past dozen years, God had a plan for his life. “God isn’t done with me yet,” he says. “I’m ...

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End ‘gain-of-function’ virus research: Kansas Senator

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Kanas Senator Roger Marshall said this week the US should discontinue gain-of-function research and stop funding similar Chinese research. “I think number one is we have to have a moratorium on gain ...

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Half of pastors wanted to ditch pulpit since 2020

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A shortage of pastors for American churches may be looming. More than half have seriously considered leaving the ministry since 2020 for various reasons, a new study from the Hartford Institute for ...

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California repeals law that punished Doctors for disagreeing with state policy on Covid

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A California law that stripped physicians of their medical licenses if they disagreed with the stated Covid policy has been revoked. Medical organizations are calling it a victory for doctors’ First Amendment ...

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Popularity of homeschooling surging in surprising places

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It’s no surprise that homeschooling has become increasingly popular since the pandemic. What is surprising is that it is growing even in large cities and among a range of political ideologies. “The ...

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I promised these Korean women I would share their plea

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As my wife Anita and I were taking photos outside the White House on Monday, we noticed several Korean women among the protesters.  Our eyes met and we exchanged pleasant smiles but ...

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Psychiatrist says church is cure for loneliness epidemic

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Americans, even many Christians, are experiencing an epidemic of loneliness. The U.S. Surgeon General calls loneliness a public health threat on par with smoking or obesity. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said ...

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The King’s College in NYC cancels classes, may lose accreditation

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The King’s College in New York City once was considered an important Christian institution in an influential cultural center. Now it is expected to lose its accreditation. The Middle States Commission on ...

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Latest strain of COVID is like the common cold

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Do you have a slight cold? It could be the latest variant of COVID. The Omicron subvariant EG.5 is now the primary variant in the United States and, like other sub-variants, is ...

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Republicans want unborn included in child tax credit

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Congressional Republicans are launching an initiative to expand the child tax credit, which includes applying the credit to unborn children. The act consists of nine parts that seek to empower parents in ...

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Some lost Medicaid coverage after federal guidelines changed July 1

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Some of the 1.5 million Missourians covered by Medicaid may have lost coverage on July 1, according to the Missouri Department of Social Services. Federal guidelines that ensured continued coverage during the ...

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Anxiety screening recommended for all U.S. adults 19 to 64

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Controversial recommendations say all adults between 19 and 64 years of age should be screened for anxiety disorders. The proposal, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), is the first ...

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Poll: virtual worship satisfying, but most people want in-person

At the height of the pandemic, many Americans who attended in-person worship services turned to their digital devices and their couches instead for virtual viewing. Now, the Pew Research Center finds a ...

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WHO reverses guidance on Covid booster

The World Health Organization (WHO) updated its vaccination guidance March 28, saying most people do not need a booster. The move comes as countries like Britain abandon their booster programs. WHO is ...

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Homeschooling Conference & Vendor Fair this weekend in KC

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The Midwest Parent Educators Conference and Curriculum Fair will be held March 31 and April 1 in Kansas City. Metrovoicenews.com is a sponsor of this annual homeschooling event. The annual event, which ...

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Death rates among children spike almost 20% in last two years

American Children are dying at an alarming rate – the highest rate in in 50 years. Mortality rose by almost 20 percent in just two years, with non-COVID injuries being a top ...

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Supreme Court denies Biden request to end Title 42 border rule

In a setback for the Biden administration’s open border policy, the Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Title 42, the Trump-era immigration and public health order. Biden had fought for an end to ...

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Church attendance is all over the place, but mostly down

Although most Protestant churches have resumed in-person services, overall attendance continues to lag behind pre-pandemic levels, a new Lifeway Research survey found. “While there are a handful of exceptions, we can definitively ...

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Biden vax mandate for contractors shot down by courts

The Biden administration does not have the power to force federal contractors to get the covid shot. That’s the ruling of a federal appeals court which said Monday the government cannot make ...

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CDC used portal to censor dissenting social media posts: Twitter files

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The United States government through the CDC used a secret Twitter portal to censor COVID-19 content that contradicted the government’s narrative. The startling revelation of direct infringement of First Amendment rights to ...

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Canadian court acquits pastor jailed for keeping church open during pandemic

A Canadian pastor is thanking God after being acquitted on charges of violating public health orders for opening his church despite government pandemic lockdowns. As reported on Metrovoicenews.com, Pastor Tim Stephens of ...

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