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Teens prefer texting vs. talking in person

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Text messaging is now the most popular form of communication among teenagers, according to a survey conducted by Common Sense. Teenagers overwhelmingly preferred in-person communication six years ago, with almost 1 in 2 saying ...

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Awaken the Dawn is coming to Kansas

Last year over 50,000 people went to Washington, D.C., with 1,600 worship teams from all 50 states, for Awaken the Dawn 2017. Every state had their own tent, and they spent 50 ...

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21 things good things young Saudi prince is doing

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Amidst so much war and terrorism in the Middle East, there is actually remarkably good news coming out of Saudi Arabia. A reformer is rising, pursuing the most dramatic economic, social and ...

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Conference Friday will encourage the church to train members to share faith

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Are there “optional” things in the Christian life? Are church attendance, Bible studies, tithing, giving to charity all optional as in a “pick-and-choose” your committment? As it turns out, many Christians say ...

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Creative worship techniques drawing the young, but some say it’s going to far

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At Embassy Church International worship isn’t just hand clapping, solemn hymns and shouts of praise anymore. In the last five years, traditional liturgy has evolved into multisensory events where fog, concert lights, ...

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Truth vs. equivocation: What’s the foundation of your worldview?

Men, I’ll be honest. Winning isn’t everything …. Men, it’s the only thing!” (UCLA Bruins football coach Henry Russell ‘Red’ Sanders)   That quote seems to summarize much of our culture’s ethos and ...

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Dispelling the myths about fatherhood

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The role of the father is increasingly problematic in the context of modern American culture. Fatherhood has been marginalized and the importance and authority of fathers has been depreciated, ridiculed, and continuously ...

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So, just how friendly is your church?

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I recently received a tragic email from a listener about his experience with several churches. Sadly, what he wrote is not an isolated occurrence concerning how friendly a church may be. In ...

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In era of negativity, comedian John Crist finds humor in Christian culture

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Comedian John Crist loves the church and he also loves good-naturedly pointing out its funniest aspects of church culture. He’s one of the leading millennials bringing humor to the Christian community with ...

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Eating while black. What Applebee’s incident can teach us

It made me very uncomfortable this week to watch the video of two black women defending themselves after being accused of theft at the Applebee’s at Independence Center. I’m not just uncomfortable ...

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Time for Grandparent Power!

Sept. 23 conference highlights our times as defining moment for the influence found in a grandparent. By Dr. Ken Canfield | National Association for Grandparenting   How important is it for us ...

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Christians unite to promote purity in a difficult culture

Catholics and Protestants come together to host purity conference in Kansas City. The 11th Men of Valor, Women of Virtue Conference, Living a Pure Life in an Impure World, brings in national ...

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