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Charles Barkley calls out politicians for sowing racial discord

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Politicians fuel racial divides to “keep their grasp on money and power,” NBA analyst Charles Barkley said last weekend. “Man, I think most white people and black people are great people,” Barkley ...

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Justice Clarence Thomas: Big Tech has no right to ban speech

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The Supreme Court handed Donald Trump a victory on Monday, saying he was free to block whomever he chooses on Twitter. While the decision may have little impact on Trump who is ...

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God ‘has the plan’ says Dana Perino in new book on faith

Dana Perino, former press secretary for George W. Bush, has written a new book to share her insights about life and faith. “Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons for Young Women (From ...

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Bill Gates wants you to eat fake beef to save the world

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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said rich countries like the United States should move to “synthetic beef” to address the so-called global protein problem. The co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation ...

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U.S. church membership drops below 50 percent for first time

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Less than half of Americans now say they belong to a house of worship, which is the lowest number since polling began in the mid-1930s. The decline is part of a continued ...

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‘Turn Your Season Around’: Baseball legend Darryl Strawberry on winning the game of life

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Few people understand the highs and lows of baseball – and of life itself – better than Darryl Strawberry. His storied career with the New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers and New ...

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Polls find record low church attendance, majority of Republicans support same-sex marriage

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For the first time, religious service attendance has fallen below 50 percent while a majority of Republican voters say they support same-sex marriage. According to a Public Religion Research Institute polls, less ...

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Court rules university officials personally accountable for religious discrimination

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has ruled in favor of a Christian club that was kicked off campus by officials at the University of Iowa. The story began ...

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Why Christianity put away its dancing shoes – only to discover them centuries later

In the PBS documentary series “The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song,” scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. shows how African Americans introduced new rhythms, music and dancing to ...

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Biden inauguration priest Rev. Kevin O’Brien under investigation at university

A priest who moves in the inner circles of the Biden family is on leave after he exhibited certain “behaviors in adult settings.” Rev. Kevin O’Brien is one of Joe Biden‘s confidants ...

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Becerra nomination as HHS head moves forward in spite of ‘radical’ views

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A controversial nomination has been advanced by the U.S. Senate.  Debate was ended on Wednesday moving a vote forward on pro-abortion Xavier Becerra as Health and Human Service Secretary. The Susan B. Anthony ...

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Michael Youssef warns pastors against woke culture in churches

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Dr. Michael Youssef, best-selling author and pastor of Church of the Apostles in Atlanta, warns pastors about embracing “woke culture” in their churches saying it’s “popular and appeals to the flesh.” “Bowing ...

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Church boom? U.S. churchgoers say they’ll return after COVID

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Churchgoers aren’t attending yet at pre-pandemic levels, but most say they value gathering with their congregation and are anxious to do so when the threat of COVID ends. A study of 1,000 Protestant ...

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Virtual Pro-life Action Event starts today culminating in April rally

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The annual Pro-Life Lobby Day will be virtual as Missouri Right to Life works to elevate the issue in the state legislature. It begins March 9 and will run through April 14th ...

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Survey finds that many Americans support possibility of secession

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President Joe Biden came into office saying he wanted to unify the nation but a new poll shows polarization growing. Three in 10 Americans now support the concept of dissolving the country ...

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Methodist denomination splits, conservative ‘Global Methodist Church’ formed

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A group of conservative Methodists has announced plans to form a new denomination after the United Methodist Church officially splits over its longstanding debate over homosexuality. The Wesleyan Covenant Association and the ...

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Republican governors respond to Biden’s ‘Neanderthal’ insult

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Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte of Montana is fine with being called Neanderthal by President Biden. “If making data-driven decisions to reopen, loving freedom and trying to get back to normal is what ...

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Bestselling author Dr. Michael Youssef brings Americans ‘Hope for This Present Crisis’

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Is it possible our world has gone mad? We are in crisis, under siege, and the war is not from without; it is from within. The collapse of the Roman Empire occurred ...

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MSNBC’s Joy Reid continues stoking racial division

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Joy Reid, host of MSNBC’s The ReidOut, continues to stoke racial division even while her ratings nosedive. According to the latest numbers, The ReidOut has lost 20 percent of its viewers just ...

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Here’s what the church may look like when pandemic ends

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From virtual services to community outreaches, the pandemic has led to major changes for most churches. Media consultant Phil Cooke looks ahead to what the church might look like after the pandemic. ...

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Dr. Seuss meets cancel culture as school district alleges ‘radical undertones’

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Dr. Seuss has become the latest victim of cancel culture after a Virginia school district told teachers to ditch the books. The Loudoun County Public Schools district removed the books from reading ...

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Driven by God to speak up on social issues

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This is an often-asked question, “Should a pastor or other Christians address cultural or social issues or just keep focused on the gospel?” Sometimes speaking on culturally touchy subjects can cause division, ...

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Max Lucado apologizes for LGBT comments after National Cathedral invitation

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Max Lucado has apologized for “hurtful” comments about the LGBT community but says his support of Biblical marriage remains steadfast. His statement is in response to backlash after the Washington National Cathedral was ...

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Pastor in new documentary concerned about loss of religious freedom

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A new documentary looks at the perilous future of religious freedom in the United States. “President Donald Trump fought for religious freedom like no other president in modern history,” Pastor Jack Hibbs ...

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Biden reverses Trump ban on Communist influence on campuses

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President Joe Biden has rescinded a Trump administration order that required universities in the U.S. to reveal their ties with a Communist organization. The move has human rights activists alarmed. President Trump ...

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