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Missing St. Louis residents may be part of online cult

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Police in suburban St. Louis believe six people who disappeared last year may be part of an online cult. The Berkeley Police Department told “USA Today” that two children are among the ...

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Judge could move Georgia election case to federal court

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The Fulton County, Georgia case against former President Donald Trump could be moved to federal court. The decision will be based on whether Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has jurisdiction over ...

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Trump will surrender to Georgia authorities on Thursday

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Former President Donald Trump says he will surrender to authorities in Georgia on Thursday to face charges that he interfered with 2020 election results. “Can you believe it? I’ll be going to ...

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Warnock wins Georgia Senate seat giving Dems 51 vote majority

Georgia’s runoff election for U.S. Senate came to a close Tuesday as Sen. Raphael Warnock narrowly defeated GOP challenger Herschel Walker. The victory will give Democrats a 51-49 majority that lessen the ...

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Estonia blocks Jews escaping Russia

Jews are reporting they’re being blocked from escaping Russia even though they hold Israeli passports. Hebrew news media has interviewed numerous men and families who, while holding dual citizenship in Russia and ...

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

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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Herschel Walker says racist critic on MSNBC “needs Jesus”

Herschel Walker, the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Georgia, has turned the other cheek to an MSNBC contributor who suggested he was one of the “negroes” who would do what ...

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How rethinking church properties could help save dying congregations

Rome, Georgia, features steeple after steeple defining its skyline. Its tourist map for Rome depicts 15 churches in its six-block long, four-block-wide downtown area alone. The church properties take up a substantial ...

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70 Georgia congregations join exodus from United Methodist Church

The exodus of congregations from the United Methodist Church over sexuality issues continues to gain steam. Last week, 70 churches in Georgia officially left the denomination. The North Georgia Conference voted to ...

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70 Georgia Methodist churches split from denomination

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The United Methodist Church (UMC) is rapidly shrinking as seventy Georgia churches leave the denomination over LGBTQ issues.  The denomination, which traces its followers to 18th-century English evangelist John Wesley, formed when ...

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78-year-old Stan Cottrell strides through four decades of record-breaking runs

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Stan Cottrell, 78, may be the world’s best example of a person who can’t sit still. And now this Guinness World Record holder is working on a movie deal based on his ...

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St. Louis among cities with highest inflation

St. Louis now has the distinction of some of the highest inflation in the nation. The Gateway to the West city, which counts over two and a quarter million residents encompassing two ...

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Nebraska joins Convention of States effort to amend U.S. Constitution

The movement for a Convention of States is gaining strength after Nebraska became the 17th state to approve it. A Convention of States to make changes to the U.S. Constitution has never ...

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Tim Tebow challenges Christians to find and live out their “micro-mission” for God

Although all Christians have the same macro-mission to love God and others, he also gives each believer a micro-mission designed just for them, Tim Tebow said at the recent Passion Conference. “Every ...

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Jury hears closing arguments in trial over death of Ahmaud Arbery

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A jury on Monday heard closing arguments in the trial of three Georgia men charged in the death of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery. After 10 days of witness testimony, prosecutors said during closing arguments ...

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Women, teen trafficking survivors find new life through Freedom 43:19 ministry

“When she came to us, her trafficker did not let her do simple things like brush her teeth,” states Jacqueline Williams describing one of many sex trafficking survivors.  “She had to almost ...

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Herschel Walker fundraising soars for Georgia Senate race

The 2022 Georgia race will be critical to determining which party will control the U.S. Senate. Republican Herschel Walker, a former football star, is off to a strong fund-raising start. Walker, an ...

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Christian school organization, female athletes ask to join lawsuit about transgender regulations

Christian Schools International and three female athletes are trying to intervene in a lawsuit challenging President Biden’s reinterpretation of sex discrimination. The new policy will allow biological males to compete against girls ...

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Pro-life ‘heartbeat bill’ goes into effect in Texas

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A new pro-life law in Texas has gone into effect after the Supreme Court refused to consider a motion to block it. Senate Bill 8 prohibits doctors from performing abortions if a heartbeat ...

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Football star Herschel Walker announces candidacy for U.S. Senate from Georgia

Georgia will be a key battleground as Republicans attempt to retake the U.S. Senate in 2022. They picked up a high-profile candidate this week when former football star Herschel Walker announced his ...

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‘Smiles for America’ honors police, first responders for 9/11 anniversary

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In honor of the 20th anniversary of September 11, a new program called Smiles for America is giving 50 first responders in 50 states something that should never be taken for granted ...

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Former football coach Mark Richt reveals Parkinson’s diagnosis

Mark Richt, a former college football coach and current TV broadcaster, said his Christian faith gives him hope despite a recent diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. “I have been waddling around lately, and ...

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Minority-owned businesses join suit against MLB for moving All-Star Game

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The decision by Major League Baseball to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta because of Georgia’s new voting laws is having a significant finical impact. Now Black, Asian, Hispanic and white ...

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Home Depot targeted for boycott after saying it will stay out of Georgia politics

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is defending Home Depot from a boycott organized by Georgia church leaders. Kemp said the group is made up of political partisans who have made untrue representations about ...

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Biden, Major League Baseball criticized for lying about Georgia voting legislation

Major League Baseball has joined the cancel culture by moving this summer’s All-Star game from Georgia to Colorado to protest the state’s new voting rights law. Democrats say the law is restrictive ...

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