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Drunk Driving Permits Supported In Rural Ireland
A county in Ireland is considering allowing intoxicated residents in rural areas to obtain special permits that would allow them to drive drunk.
Francis Chan says he healed deaf boy, girl in rural Myanmar village: 'My faith was at another level'
"Crazy Love" author Francis Chan revealed that during a recent trip to Myanmar he, along with a team of others, miraculously healed a number of individuals in a rural village, including a little boy and girl who were deaf.
Bill Clinton to Democrats: Stop Patronizing Rural Gun Owners
Former President Bill Clinton warned a private gathering of Democratic donors Saturday that Democrats need to stop the condescension toward rural gun owners, and supporting President Barack Obama's gun control efforts could lead to their defeat in the next election.
Fire Kills 5 Children, 2 Adults in Rural Kentucky
A fire has killed 5 children and 2 adults in a rural Kentucky home on Saturday, according to a coroner.
5 major developments for churches with an attendance under 250
Churches with fewer than 250 in average worship attendance account for 92% of all churches in the United States. It is incumbent upon us, therefore, to discern what important trends and developments are taking place that have direct bearing on standard churches.
Have I experienced racism in America?
A white man in a pickup truck stopped next to me on the side of a road in a small town in Ohio and yelled at me. I didn’t know it at the time, but the town is in a county with a history of KKK members.
USPS can require Christian postal carrier to work on Sundays, appeals court rules
A federal appeals court panel has ruled against a U.S. Postal Service employee who sought religious exemptions from working on Sundays because of his faith.
Gratitude during Covid-19
Eswatini’s coronavirus count may seem low compared to the cases in countries like the United States, China or Brazil, but for a country with only one million people, 70 percent of whom live in rural areas, the more than 15,000 people infected with COVID represent a frightening potential for spread that the country’s health system cannot bear.
School choice debate ensues in Texas gubernatorial race as enrollment declines nationwide
The ongoing debate over school choice has become an emerging topic in the Texas gubernatorial race as thousands of students nationwide have left public schools, invoking discussions on how such policies could impact student outcomes and school districts.
Why Kaitangata, New Zealand is a Hot Topic and Destination? Rural Town Offers Jobs and $165K for People to Relocate to the Locality
A small town in New Zealand is actively searching for potential residents, luring them with about a thousand of job openings and $165,000 just to relocate to this rural locality.
Protestant families may be forced to pay illegal fines in Mexico over refusal to participate in festival
Several Protestant Christian families in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas may have to pay illegal fines for the fourth consecutive year if they do not participate in an upcoming syncretic Roman Catholic festival that involves alcohol, according to a persecution watchdog.
Breaking All the Rurals: A Look at One Pastor's Calling into Rural America
Like most pastors, Shannon O\'Dell was no exception to the \"rural\" – or rule. He believed like all the rest that successful pastors and churches were bred within thriving urban communities, not within the boonies.
Biden to attend MLK service at historic Ebenezer Baptist Church
President Joe Biden will attend a worship service celebrating the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the historic Georgia church where the civil rights hero once served as lead pastor.
My pastor’s wife is an infectious disease specialist shaping COVID-19 ministry
The pastor’s wife and infectious disease expert has merged her medical and spiritual roles into a unique mission-focused service to Sky View Missionary Baptist Church in rural Fancy Gap, Virginia, and to our rural Appalachian community.
NC woman says her ‘faith in God has been restored’ after sister survives COVID-19 battle
A woman in eastern North Carolina who spent several weeks supporting the recovery of her sister who battled COVID-19 alone at a local hospital says she and some members of her family have rekindled their faith in God after her sister recovered.
Christian charity helps build 60 homes for impoverished widows in Guatemala
In an interview with The Christian Post, Mark Buzzetta, World Challenge’s global director of mercy ministries, shares how the Colorado-based nonprofit is working to impact the lives of widows in Guatemala.
As a rural pastor, Donald Trump was my president and so now is Joe Biden
However, as a Christian I accept not only the legitimacy and authority of President Trump as president, but I also now equally accept and acknowledge Joe Biden as my president.
How parents can be a force for change in their children's schools
Our rural school district is not arguing about critical race theory. Nor are we battling comprehensive sex education. It’s not that those issues aren’t relevant in our small district, it’s that our community has surrounded the school with support that assures parents have a voice and some control over educational content.
Muslim leaders ban church construction in Indonesia: 'Against state regulations'
Muslims in a village in northeastern Indonesia’s portion of Borneo Island prohibited a church from constructing a worship building, sources said.
Rural Zimbabwean Girl Achieves University Dream
Gracsious grew up in rural Zimbabwe with little chance of an education. But with Plan's help, she is now studying for a master's degree in development studies at Erasmus University Rotterdam.