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Is K-LOVE imploding? Lawsuits and leadership turmoil at $1 billion network

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Educational Media Foundation (EMF), which operates K-LOVE and Air1, the largest radio network ministries in the contemporary Christian music world, has undergone significant leadership changes and turnover in the last 18 months. ...

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Satanic group suing states, cites abortion rite part of practice

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A satanic group is suing pro-life states to overturn pro-life laws, claiming abortion is central to their religious practice. The Satanic Temple (TST) in Salem, Massachusetts, has lost similar litigation in Missouri, ...

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Government steps up legal action against Grand Canyon University, other Christian colleges

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The Biden Administration, through the FTC, is ramping up legal action against the nation’s largest Christian universities. The move has been described by some as an unfair attack costing the schools millions ...

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Parents concerned about Satan Club at Olathe school

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Parents of students at Olathe Northwest High School continue to express concerns about attempts to organize a “High School Satan Club.” The club has not yet been approved, according to the school. ...

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New Mexico Governor Defies Constitution

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New Mexico Governor Michelle Grisham recently erred to such a degree that even her anti-gun friends are distancing themselves from her. She recently issued a decree essentially making the carrying of a ...

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Kanakuk sues insurer for refusal to defend it in sex abuse claims

Kanakuk Kamps is suing its insurance carrier, ACE American Insurance Company, for breach of contract and fiduciary duty and for bad faith refusal to defend Kanakuk over the lawsuit brought against the ...

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Hawley welcomes decision of University to halt sex-change surgeries on children

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Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, is welcoming the decision of Washington University in St. Louis to halt controversial surgeries and hormone treatments on children.  The school and its associated Transgender Clinic which is ...

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3M agrees to $12.5 billion settlement over ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

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Chemical manufacturer 3M has agreed to major concessions in a revised settlement proposal with several public drinking water systems across the U.S. The new settlement terms include paying billions of dollars more ...

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Moody Bible Institute seeks court protection for its view on women in ministry

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Moody Bible Institute in Chicago has asked a federal appeals court to protect its religious beliefs regarding men and women in leadership. It is in response to a lawsuit by a former ...

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Former trans teen sues hospital after breasts removed at age 13

As Europe bans so-called “gender-affirming” surgeries and hormones for children, U.S. hospitals continue to plunge into the controversial practice that many call abuse. Now, a California medical center is facing a lawsuit ...

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Supreme Court could hand down these 5 decisions today

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The Supreme Court today could hand down five important decisions as part of 18 cases heard this term. Just two weeks remain before the summer recess. This week’s decisions will come today ...

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Fox News settlement raises stakes for Christian media influencers

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Lies have consequences, as Fox News confirmed when it agreed to pay Dominion Voting Systems a $787.5 million settlement for repeatedly broadcasting election fraud falsehoods that defamed the company. Fox faces more ...

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At CPAC, Missouri Senator warns of government overreach

Sen. Eric Schmitt is warning that the United States is at a crossroads and that government overreach and media control represent the biggest threats to Americans’ freedoms. The Missouri Republican made the ...

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National Archives, Smithsonian apologize for banning pro-life clothes

After widespread condemnation for its actions, the National Archives is apologizing for telling visitors to hide or remove all pro-life attire while they viewed the original copy of the Bill Of Rights. ...

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Explosive documentary on Kanakuk sex abuse wins Emmy Award

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A documentary made by VICE News about sexual abuse cases at Kanakuk camps in southwest Missouri won a 2022 Emmy award for “Outstanding Hard News Feature Story: Long Form.” The 17-minute film, ...

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Churches cutting ties to Kanakuk Kamps over massive sex abuse scandal

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First Baptist Church in West Plains, Mo., has cut ties with Kanakuk Kamps near Branson because of the way it handled concerns about sexual abuse of campers. The announcement comes as churches ...

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Missouri bill would protect unborn after heart activity is detected

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Abortions after doctors have determined an unborn child has cardiac activity would be banned under a bill filed in the Missouri Legislature. Under the bill, private citizens could sue doctors or others ...

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Supreme Court tells White House to respond to mandate lawsuits

In a rare move, the U.S. Supreme Court is telling the Biden administration to respond to dozens of lawsuits challenging its controversial vaccine mandate for private employers. Justice Brett Kavanaugh told administration ...

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New education civil rights official threatened schools to put boys in girls locker rooms

Christian groups are concerned about the Biden administration’s new assistant secretary for civil rights at the U.S. Department of Education. She has a well-documented history of strong-arming schools over transgender bathroom policies ...

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Biden administration to buy $1 billion in additional covid tests

The Biden administration spending $1 billion to purchase an additional 180 million rapid COVID-19 tests on top of the $2 billion announced in September. The news comes as an Australian company has ...

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Judge blocks Texas Heartbeat Bill saying not every pregnant person is “a woman”

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A temporary injunction against the Texas pro-life Heartbeat Law has been issued by a federal judge on behalf of the Biden administration. Obama appointee U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman contends “a person’s ...

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Arizona election audit nears end while more states send observers

Arizona officials say that the audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County is nearing the finish line as legislators from numerous states visit to observe the process. In addition to having ...

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Florida now allows citizens to sue Big Tech for censorship

Florida has become the first state to allow citizens to sue Big Tech over censorship issues. The bill was signed into law by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and is seen as a ...

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Missouri Senate bill protects churches from frivolous Covid lawsuits

A bill protecting churches from frivolous Covid lawsuits is working its way through the Missouri Legislature. Proponents say with recent amendments, it would provide the highest legal protection for houses of worship ...

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Walmart deletes tweet that dissed Sen. Hawley

As the hashtag #BoycottWalmart trends on social media, the Walmart is apologizing to U.S. Senator Josh Hawley. The company now says that an employee “accidentally” used the company’s account to post a ...

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