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George Wahington preferred lowkey birthdays

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While the nation just celebrated President’s Day, George Washington‘s birthday is really Feb. 22, and he would have had it low-key. Washington was born in 1732 on Popes Creek Plantation near the ...

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More Christian colleges have relationships with abortion providers

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One in 10 Christian colleges maintains a relationship with Planned Parenthood or other abortion providers, a new study found. This support has increased by 10 percent since 2021 Students for Life of ...

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Season of giving offers opportunities to help kids

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This is the season of giving.  Most people, despite whatever financial struggle they find themselves in, dig a little deeper to support charities. One of the reasons is that they want to ...

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Small, unexpected things can bring happiness, new poll finds

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Happiness seems to be in short supply with all of the turmoil in the world today. The good news is that small, unexpected things can bring a smile when it’s needed most, ...

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Black faith leaders stand up for life ahead of Ohio vote

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Although African Americans often have been the silent minority in the fight for life, they are beginning to make their voices heard. More than 100 black faith and community leaders in Ohio ...

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Grateful for Birthright

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When I was 17 and thought I was pregnant, my parents took me to Birthright in Kansas City. I was met there by very supportive, compassionate, and non-judgmental volunteers for my pregnancy ...

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“Create a revolution for life”: Actor Kevin Sorbo challenges Vitae Foundation supporters

Never underestimate the ability of a few determined people to change the course of history. Twelve disciples turned the world upside down after the resurrection, and a handful of men set events ...

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Pro-life leaders call out Trump for softening stance on abortion

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Leading pro-life organizations are expressing concern about former President Donald Trump’s recent statements about his position on abortion. He called Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ six-week ban “a terrible thing” and abandoned a push ...

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Actor Kevin Sorbo headlines Vitae Foundation dinner at Arrowhead Stadium Sept. 26

Chiefs games won’t be the only events drawing crowds to Arrowhead Stadium in September. The Vitae Foundation will hold its annual Kansas City pro-life dinner at the stadium’s North Club on Sept. ...

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Pro-life states expand help to pregnant women, infants following Roe ruling

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Republican-led states are taking the lead in expanding protections for women and children in low-income households, particularly in areas where abortion is now illegal or restricted after the U.S. Supreme Court determined ...

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“It’s a Baby” ad campaign focuses on humanity of unborn children

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Focus on the Family has launched “It’s a Baby,” an advertising campaign to celebrate life on the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade. Jim Daly, ...

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Percentage of pro-life Americans increases

The percentage of the U.S. population that considers itself pro-life has increased in the year since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Forty-four percent of Americans describe themselves as pro-life, ...

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Active Christians flourish in life compared to others, study finds

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Christians who are heavily engaged with the Bible and their faith “flourish in every domain of human experience,” according to new research from the State of the Bible 2023 report from the ...

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CBN founder Pat Robertson has died

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Trailblazing Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson has died.  The news was announced by CBN, in a statement saying he passed at his home in Virginia Beach on Thursday morning. “Today, June 08, 2023, ...

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Pastor Tim Keller has died

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Tim Keller, a noted theologian, pastor and author, passed away Friday following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Keller was initially diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer in May 2020. “It is with ...

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‘Living’ tackles life and death in a poignant drama

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Living is aptly titled. It’s a deceptively simple, even nondescript name, to be sure—easily forgotten and, perhaps, easily overlooked. But as the movie tells us, so is living itself. We all, by the ...

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David Limbaugh shares brother’s deepening faith before death

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According to his brother David, Rush Limbaugh’s faith deepened in the final year of his life.  David Limbaugh talked about his famous sibling’s spiritual journey in a recent interview with author Joel ...

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Wednesday is pro-life action day at Missouri State Capitol

Missouri’s annual pro-life action day will take place Wednesday, March 8 at the state capitol in Jefferson City. This year’s theme is “Keep Missouri Pro-Life.” Sponsored by Missouri Right to Life with ...

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Jackson County Executive Frank White wants to pay for abortion travel

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Jackson County Executive Frank White announced before last fall’s midterm election that he planned to release $1 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds to pay women who travel out-of-state to end ...

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Parkville is entrusted with the stories of the people they serve

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The work of Parkville Women’s Clinic goes far beyond your standard medical appointment or even our material assistance of diapers, wipes, etc. Each and every day, we encounter women and men who ...

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Atheists become allies of Christians, pro-life movement

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Pro-life Christians have an unlikely ally in the fight for the sanctity of life. Pro-life atheists are pushing back against lawsuits alleging that state abortion bans and restrictions violate religious freedom and ...

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January 20 March for Life will end at U.S. Capitol instead of Supreme Court

Although the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Roe v. Wade unconstitutional last summer, the battle for life is far from over. The 50th annual March for Life is changing its destination but not its ...

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Notre Dame president disavows professors who defended abortion in newspaper article

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Two professors at Notre Dame University were criticized by the school’s president for promoting abortion in a “Chicago Tribune” article. Tamara Kay and Susan Ostermann defended abortion by attempting to debunk “lies” ...

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2023 Area Adoption and Life Ministry Wish List

Increased costs for this year’s Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations on family budgets remain in the news. Donations to nonprofits are especially important as they have adjusted their budget and next year’s budget ...

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More than 10,000 lives saved in first two months after Dobbs decision

Last summer’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade already is saving lives. At least 10,000 fewer legal abortions were performed in the United States in the two ...

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