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Despite turmoil, Greg Laurie encourages Christians to look up, pray for revival

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When it comes to the state of the world today, Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Southern California doesn’t mince words. “Everything’s moving the wrong direction, and social media is ...

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Actor Russell Brand seeking meaning by reading Bible

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Actor Russell Brand is on a spiritual journey that is drawing him closer to Christianity. “The reason I wear a cross is because Christianity and, in particular, the figure of Christ are, ...

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Solutions for the “irreversible decline” of American Christianity

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Few things have occupied the American Christian mind the past few years like the seemingly inevitable decline in the American Christian population. The Atlantic ran a piece from Tim Keller called “American ...

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National March for Life today in DC

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The 2024 March for Life is underway in Washington, DC today as an expected 100,000 pro-life supporters descend on the National Mall. This year’s theme is “With every woman, for every child” and ...

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Lisa Robertson, daughter-in-law of CBN founder Pat Robertson, dies at age 69

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Lisa Robertson, the daughter-in-law of CBN founder Pat Robertson, died last weekend at age 69, CBN News reported She met her husband, Tim Robertson, in college in Virginia when she invited Pat ...

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Rosalynn Carter’s enduring legacy outlived the media criticism

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With the passing of Rosalynn Carter on Sunday, media outlets are singing her praise as a life well lived. And they’re not wrong. But it wasn’t always the case. Carter, who served ...

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IHOPC not presented with “any actual evidence” report says

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The International House of Prayer in Kansas City wasn’t presented with “any actual evidence” in the sexual abuse allegations against founder Mike Bickle, it announced in a report last week. In a ...

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Wednesday: Latest Updates on Israel-Hamas war

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Metro Voice is providing a daily round-up of the latest news concerning the Israel-Hamas war. Hospital explosion was a misfired jihadist rocket President Joe Biden today confirmed that the explosion at a ...

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Families at local Lutheran church harvest grapes for communion wine

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While other area churches may have been celebrating communion on Sunday morning, members of Hosanna! Lutheran Church in Liberty were preparing for future communion services. Families joined together to harvest grapes that ...

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The coming death of cable news

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For more than a quarter-century, we’ve been hearing predictions about the demise of cable—and with it, cable news. A Pew Research article from 2000 showed the trends began more than 30 years ago, when ...

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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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Facebook threatens to pull news feeds over California bill

Facebook and Instagram may pull news feeds from both platforms of California users over if the state legislature passes the Journalism Preservation Act. Meta in a statement May 31 laid out its ...

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Tucker Carlson leaves Fox; Don Lemon fired at CNN

Two longtime mainstays in cable news are leaving this week. Tucker Carlson’s departure was announced by Fox News, and Don Lemon announced Monday he was fired from CNN. Carlson’s last episode was ...

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Israel bars Jews from Temple Mount after Muslims riot during Ramadan

The Israeli government has banned Jewish visitors from Jerusalem’s Temple Mount through the end of Ramada because of security concerns. Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, Israel Defense Force Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi, ...

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The Lake of the Ozarks to get $300 million “Oasis” family fun development 

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Families soon will have more reasons than just boating, swimming and fishing to visit the Lake of the Ozarks. Developers have announced plans for the Oasis at Lakeport development. The $300 million ...

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Reactions to Trump indictment from Pence, others

Observers, including legal experts, say the nation is on perilous ground after a New York grand jury proceeded with an indictment of former President Donald Trump on March 30. The charges, brought ...

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Google blocks news from Canadian users as gov’t debates bill

Google says it is blocking some Canadian users from viewing news content in response to the Liberal government’s online news bill. The proposed Online News Act, also known as Bill C-18, would require ...

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Nation needs to turn to God for healing says Congressman-elect Mark Alford

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Newly elected Mark Alford is transitioning from sitting behind a news desk in Kansas City to representing Missouri’s 4th District in Congress. He believes God has been preparing him for this moment. ...

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Have we reached the point of crisis news fatigue?

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The news does not lack from a daily stream of crisis coverage. But there are ways to stay engaged and not become numb to needs. When Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of ...

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Survey finds young people follow news, but

NEW YORK—Young people are following the news but aren’t too happy with what they’re seeing. They’re also abandoning Facebook as s source of news. That’s the conclusion of a study released Wednesday ...

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More changes expected at CNN after Brian Stelter firing last week

Heads continue to roll at CNN after one of the largest management and talent shakeups in cable history continues. More changes are expected at the struggling network after it fired “Reliable Sources” ...

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Israel News Briefs

James Bond composer, American views toward Israel, Biden on nukes, and Ukrainian Aid make up today’s Israel News Briefs. Poll: Younger Americans more negative towards Israel A new Pew report found that 56% of ...

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Kansas City police release body camera footage that refutes media reports they shot unarmed woman

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Kansas City news outlets, including the Kansas City Star and local TV stations, have come under fire after they rushed to report an unarmed woman was shot by police. But there was ...

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We can know what’s false but censorship isn’t the answser

We should know by now that censorship is bad even if you’re confident that you’re censoring “the right things.”  I recently saw a tweet from commentator and political scientist Yascha Mounk that I think ...

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Increased charter school funding goes to Missouri House

The Missouri Legislature is moving closer to providing increased funding for charter schools. The Senate passed a bill by a vote of 29 to five, and it now will go back to the ...

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