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Southern Baptists disfellowship churches over sexuality, discrimination issues

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Two Southern Baptist churches were disfellowshipped by the denomination this week The Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee approved recommendations from the Credentials Committee to disfellowship College Park Baptist Church in Greensboro, N.C., ...

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Experts: Parents should take steps to protect children in today’s culture

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Today’s children face unprecedented dangers, many of them with spiritual roots, yet many parents are asleep at the wheel. “Anxiety, depression, panic disorders have gone up among kids I’ve seen in my ...

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National Review editor blasts Kansas Gov. Kelly for cynical ad about men playing women’s sports

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Kansas governor Laura Kelly, a Democrat running for reelection, released an ad last week saying, “You have seen my opponent’s attacks. So let me just say it: Of course men should not play girls ...

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Stop saying “mom” and “dad,” U.S. Air Force Academy tells cadets

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Stop using terms like “mom” and “dad” is the what the U.S. Air Force Academy is telling cadets. The new, controversial directive has put the school on the defensive as it implements ...

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Christian group to spend up to $42 million in midterm elections

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The Faith & Freedom Coalition, a social conservative national grassroots organization headed by longtime Christian activist Ralph Reed, will spend between $36 million and $42 million on a nationwide effort to target ...

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God-sized confusion: Americans’ faith, theology has shifted

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Americans experienced seismic changes over the past two years, including, for many, how they attend church. The shift in behavior coincides with a shift in theology. The biennial State of Theology study conducted by ...

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Have we reached the point of crisis news fatigue?

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The news does not lack from a daily stream of crisis coverage. But there are ways to stay engaged and not become numb to needs. When Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of ...

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Virginia passes new guidelines reining in school districts over controversial gender policies

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Virginia is pushing back against school districts with what supporters say is a common sense approach to gender. The state released new transgender student guidelines on Sept. 16 in response to growing ...

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Maya exhibit at Union Station transports visitors to different time

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Families looking for something both fun and educational to do this fall may want to check out the latest exhibit at Union Station in Kansas City. After an unexpected delay, Maya the ...

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University of Oregon apologizes for anti-Mormon chants while mainstream media ignore story

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Leaders at the University of Oregon have apologized for anti-Mormon chants during a game against Brigham Young University on Saturday. Utah Gov. Spencer Cox shared a video of fans chanting on his ...

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Presidential Prayer Team launches Pray the Vote ahead of midterms

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The Presidential Prayer Team, the largest full-time prayer ministry for the nation’s leaders, announced the launch of Pray the Vote, a nationwide prayer campaign in advance of the November’s midterm elections. This ...

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More Americans than ever report “suffering,” new Gallup poll finds

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More Americans than ever say they are suffering, according to the Gallup’s Life Evaluation Index for July. “Since reaching a record high in June 2021, life ratings among American adults have steadily ...

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Whipped Cream sales in NY now require ID

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Whipped cream purchases in New York now require an ID check. Enforcement of a Democrat-passed law requires retailers to stop sales to people under 21 in an effort to deal with the ...

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Black Conservative Summit to address family breakdown

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Ben Carson, the famed neurosurgeon and former secretary of Housing and Urban Development, will headline the upcoming Black Conservative Summit. The summit’s theme, “How to Fix Black America,”  will serve as “a ...

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In positive move, Saudi Arabia reforms school curricula to confront extremism

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Saudi Arabia continues to deter extremism with the newest effort targeting school curricula. The country’s Education Ministry recently announced the introduction of a new curriculum for the kingdom’s schools,  which involves, among ...

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Pro-life community responds to Walmart decision to fund abortions

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Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer, recently revealed that it has begun paying for employee abortions. On Wednesday, pro-life leaders expressed their disapproval in a letter to Doug McMillion, the company’s president and ...

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Biden targeted with $1 million ad campaign over silence on church attacks

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Pro-life groups are challenging the Biden administration to stop the spiraling violence against churches. The largest effort is a $1 million ad campaign with the aim of pressuring President Joe Biden into ...

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Evangelical Lutheran Church in America moving toward overturning social statement on same-sex marriage

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Members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America who oppose same-sex marriage may no longer enjoy the protection of a social statement that respects their conscience. Delegates to the denomination’s churchwide assembly ...

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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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‘Israel Uncharted!’ Aug. 15 features special speakers from Israel

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Israel Uncharted! is the free yearly special speaker series from Metro Voice. Israel “is the earthly crossroads of all that has unfolded, determining the affairs of peoples and nations since time began,” ...

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New ‘The Chosen’ documentary engages Gen Z with Jesus

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The makers of the popular Jesus series “The Chosen” got heartwarming reactions of the show from Generation Z in a recent experiment. Much has been made of the fact that Gen Z ...

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Whole Foods founder warns socialists “taking over” America

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Whole Foods founder and CEO John Mackey is warning that “socialists are taking over” the U.S. Mackey made the statement during a Thursday podcast with Reason Magazine and it mirrors what more and ...

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Town votes to defund library over sexually-explicit children’s book

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After a library system in Michigan refused to remove sexually-explicit children’s books, the town overwhelmingly voted to defund the library. Jamestown, Michigan Library Board President Larry Walton doubled down on his decision ...

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Why handwritten diaries are still relevant

The first time I taught a college course called “The London Diary” for young Americans studying abroad back in 2002, each student ended up with a tangible book of memories, a handwritten ...

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Justin Bieber and crew pray as he resumes tour after health issues

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Justin Bieber has resumed performing after world tour dates were canceled. The health crisis, which precipitated the schedule disruption, was his diagnosis with Ramsay Hunt syndrome. The singer, 28, gave his first ...

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