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Virginia head coach Tony Bennett finds peace and perspective in his faith in Christ

After earning a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, Virginia couldn’t avoid the talk of losing in the first round again. In 2018, coach Tony Bennett ...

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Eagles QB Carson Wentz and wife visit Israel to walk ‘where Jesus walked’

After missing five regular-season games and the playoffs last season due to a back injury, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is expected to be ready for the team’s offseason training program, which will ...

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Backlash as Rep. Ilhan Omar, NY Times say Jesus was not Jewish

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Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and the New York Times are facing a backlash as Christians and Jews united call them out for promoting the idea that Jesus was Palestinian, and not a Jew living ...

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The Easter Story – Jesus’ Crucifixion and Resurrection

On this Easter Sunday, as Christians celebrate the Resurrection, we take a look at the story of Easter from the Bible, including the Last Supper, Judas’ Betrayal, the Crucifixion of Jesus and ...

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Stairs that Jesus climbed in Potius Pilate’s palace visible in Rome

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The bare, white marble of Rome’s ‘Scala Sancta,’ which are believed to be the stairs trod by Christ on the day of his trial and death, are exposed and visible to pilgrims ...

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If aliens exist, does God’s salvation plan cover them?

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Everyone from Billy Graham to C.S. Lewis have speculated about aliens and, should they exist, do they fit into God’s plan of salvation. Scientists have hypothesized that there could be billions of ...

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Church of Sweden changes sexual identity of Jesus

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The Diocese of Västerås, a division of the Church of Sweden, is now giving away an LGBTQ guide for “Christian queer kids.” Bible-believing Christians may be stunned to hear that this extreme ...

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Tennessee men are building something special in Knoxville

The Tennessee Volunteers’ started the season with 10-game win streak and their best start to a men’s basketball season in more than a decade. Coach Rick Barnes has the Vols seeing increasing ...

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Have millions of Christians been misled about the second coming of Jesus?

We’ve heard it taught for years. Jesus is coming like a thief in the night, so be ready. He could come at any moment, without any warning, so stay alert. You don’t ...

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Tornado rips roof from church as 40 kids miraculously shielded while singing ‘Jesus Loves Me’

A miracle story is emerging after a tornado struck Paducah, KY last month, devastating a church building where 40 preschool kids and 10 church staff were going about their day. The miracle? ...

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The danger of religion in church

“Come on.  Let’s go!”  Every Sunday morning, including every Easter, since I was three years old all six of our family were rushing out the door to church.  In the early years, ...

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EXAMINING OUR VALUE Part III: Where does our true value lie?

I was standing by the main doors of the Topeka Rescue Mission, preparing to meet with a large group of leaders who were interested in learning more about the value of our ...

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New film ‘Breakthrough’ leads April’s family-friendly spotlight

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Labeling a film “the best faith-based movie” you’ve seen doesn’t always help. On one hand, some skeptics of faith films might pay attention and watch it. On the other hand, skeptics also ...

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Is this where Christians go wrong when trying to change culture?

Christians have spent endless hours seeking to answer the question, “How can we best transform culture?” Dr. Lance Wallnau, nationally known for developing a framework modeling how Christians should engage culture, recently ...

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Anti-Christian crowd already trying to ruin one of the best upsets of the NCAA tourney

Under most circumstances, Liberty’s comeback win over Mississippi State in the first round of the NCAA men’s basketball championship tournament should’ve been one of the best early moments of March Madness. After all, not only was ...

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A study on church leadership: what is “qualified?”

The character and effectiveness of any church is directly related to the quality of its leadership. Qualified Leadership The Bible stresses the importance of qualified church leadership and specific standards for evaluating the moral ...

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‘Jesus’ debuts on the History Channel

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Millions may be tuning in to the History Channel this weekend to catch the premier of the latest biopic on the life of Jesus. Little understood outside of those who believe in ...

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The big debate: is cremation Christian?

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Preference for cremation in the United States has risen dramatically in recent decades but the historical trend is even more startling. Just over 150 years ago there were less than 45 cremations ...

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Russia plans massive Jesus statue on site previously reserved for Lenin

The city of Vladivostok, the largest city in far eastern Russia, would like to erect an enormous statue of Jesus Christ atop a hill that was once set aside for a monument ...

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Former ‘Prince of ISIS’ turns to Christ after a God dream: ‘I Saw a love that didn’t exist in Islam’

A “Prince of ISIS” has done what many would consider unthinkable, making a commitment to turn away from his horrifying past to unite with a new way of life through Jesus Christ. ...

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Baylor’s Jake Lindsey leans on God’s promises as he’s forced to end basketball career

The athletics program at Baylor University periodically releases in-depth, personal articles about its athletes on campus. The compilation of articles, called the Champions’ TriBUne, is designed to give fans the athletes’ perspectives and ...

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‘Cussing Pastor’ under fire for allowing twerking contest

Thaddeus Matthews, a controversial Memphis pastor better known as the “Cussing Pastor” for his profanity-laced messages which have attracted millions of viewers online, is defending his decision to host a sexually provocative twerking ...

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The Church is divided – is there hope?

I have a fellow minister friend who has an effective and growing ministry to teens and college students.  One of his challenges to them is to stop yelling at each other on ...

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Local news anchor relies on her faith as she renews battle against breast cancer

Cynthia Newsome, a reporter and anchor for KSHB-TV in Kansas City, has inspired thousands of friends and viewers with her candid story of overcoming breast cancer. She remembers Feb. 15, 2012 – ...

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EXAMINING OUR VALUE Part II: Why are we here and what is our purpose?

Last month we began exploring the question: Why are we here and what is our true purpose in this world? Have you ever questioned that or experienced times when you have felt ...

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