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Media pushes false story on breastfeeding to attack President

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A front-page New York Times article claimed that, at a World Health Assembly in May, the United States opposed a resolution to encourage breastfeeding. “U.S. Opposition to Breast-Feeding Resolution Stuns World Health ...

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Mom now alone after drunk driver kills husband and daughters

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“Auntie, I’m alone.” That’s what stricken wife and mom Mary Rose Ballocanag of New Jersey said to her aunt in their first conversation since a wrong-way driver killed the 53-year-old nurse’s husband ...

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‘Incredibles 2’ shows parenting really is a superhero power

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It stinks when you have superhero powers and can’t use them. But that’s the situation that Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible), Helen Parr (Elastigirl) and their three children find themselves after they tried ...

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Study shows troubling picture of teens, mental health

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As August fast approaches and stores fill with school supplies, mental health specialists warn that struggles and thoughts of suicide may be more common in teenagers than church leaders realize. The problem ...

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Amy Grant shares her story as caregiver for aging parents

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Last week Amy Grant again found herself facing what many face–losing a parent for whom you were a caregiver. Dr. Burton Grant died Saturday at the age of 86 after an extended ...

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Faith, Family and baseball can bring people towards Christ

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Take me out to the ballgame any day and especially on a day I can share the Gospel of Jesus Christ as a part of it.  Our ministry focuses on getting the ...

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FAMILY STRONG: Better Together

“We are many parts of one body, and we all belong to each other.” Romans 12:5b Family. For some, that word conveys positive images from home or maybe brings to mind valued ...

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Michael W. Smith talks grace and love ahead of Faith and Family July 7

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While not officially a stop on his current sell-out tour, Michael W. Smith will headline the 2018 Kansas City Royals Faith and Family event July 7 at Kauffman stadium. Smith will be ...

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Here’s 5 family-friendly things worth watching in July

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There was a time I enjoyed watching the news, perusing Twitter, and scanning Facebook. No longer. Those days are long gone due to a culture that has forgotten how to disagree without ...

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When wronged, true forgiveness is still a one-way street

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Have you ever been wronged by someone? I mean really hurt to the core? It’s probably happened to all of us a time or two in our lives. The pain is worsened ...

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Former cable producer starts new kid-friendly venture

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Sick of the programming his former employer continues to make for young viewers, producer Butch Hartman has announced he will launch a 24/7 streaming platform where families will be able to watch ...

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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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‘I can’t stand up,” says man who lost almost all family in eruption

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Multiple pastors are reported among those who died in the historic Guatemala volcano eruption. One pastor was part of family that lost 18 members. The total death toll is now nearing 100. ...

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Not your parent’s VBS! Summer tradition makes a comeback

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Vacation Bible School — better known as VBS — is back as one of the most popular church programs in America after a few years of decline. Back in the 1890s, a pair ...

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‘I Can Only Imagine’ & ‘Paul’ DVDs lead June family-friendly spotlight

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  March was a banner month for faith films, and some of those same movies are set to hit the home entertainment market in June, giving families who didn’t see them the ...

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Kansas Legislature passes Adoption Protection Act

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It was another late night last night with the Kansas House passing the Adoption Protection Act around midnight, and then the Senate also passing the bill around 2:00 a.m. It was hard ...

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Can a horror movie have a Christian theme? The Quiet Place will surprise you

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So you’ve grown up but still love the thrill of the old-fashioned horror film. It’s almost impossible to find one these days that doesn’t tear at your personal values. Horror films are ...

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New Activities Added to EasterFest in North Topeka

The Great Football Toss, where kids & adults can throw small footballs at a target on the ground to win one of four bicycles, will be a new event at EasterFest in ...

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Part 2: Our Family Trip to Israel

Sharing the Wonder of the Holy Land with a New Generation!   “Welcome to Israel!” The captain announces, “Welcome to Israel!” as our US Airways jet touches down, eliciting applause from first class ...

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