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Some climate alarmists want you dead, literally
Why do some climate alarmists essentially wish us all dead? Because they think people are bad for the earth. They don’t believe in God.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs bill banning abortions after 15 weeks
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill banning abortions after 15 weeks of gestation as the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule this year on the constitutionality of a similar law in Mississippi.
A year of Biden’s foreign policy: Blunders, chaos and human suffering
President Joe Biden assumed office exactly one year ago, and although he declared at a press conference yesterday that he “probably outperformed what anyone thought would happen” in his first year, Americans are frustrated — and rightfully so.
The Left is also guilty of marrying politics with the Gospel
The Left has no problem with blurring the lines between Church and State, as long as it’s for their causes. Being a reverend and a politician is great, as long as you are on the Left.
Terrorists kill elderly Christian, kidnap others in northern Nigeria
Suspected Muslim terrorists in northern Nigeria killed an 86-year-old Christian in his home on Aug. 2 and kidnapped two others who were later released, likely after ransom payments, sources said.
‘No Vacancy’ star Dean Cain talks faith, reliance on God: 'If you're doing the right thing, never give up'
During the toughest seasons in his life, actor Dean Cain said he relies on his faith and turns to God to get him through.
Biden admin.'s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers blocked in 10 states
A federal judge has blocked the enforcement of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in 10 states, a legal setback for the Biden administration.
India: Christian persecution watchdog fears police orders to surveil Christians’ activities will increase attacks on believers
As Christian persecution continues to rise in India, all police stations in one district have been ordered to keep surveillance on Christians and report on any "conversion” activities.
Hunger is on our doorstep. The time to act is now
We can feed a child for a dollar a week, versus spending $3,500-4,000 a week caring for them once they arrive in the US. So let’s feed people at home and help them to thrive in their own communities – it is not only the right thing to do, it is the smart thing to do.
Radical Islamic jihadists killed over 1,400 Nigerian Christians in first 4 months of 2021: report
Islamic jihadists murdered at least 1,470 Christians and abducted over 2,200 in Nigeria in the first four months of this year, a report has revealed. More than half of the killings were carried out by Muslim Fulani herdsmen.
How Campus Crusade and a personal relationship with Christ led one man on a mission to save lives
Togo is a country where there are only five physicians for every 100,000 inhabitants. The average man can only expect to live to age 62, while a woman might make it to 67. It’s also an area where female genital mutilation is practiced, and the risk of death for pregnant women is 1 in 67.
An expatriate's prayer for her homeland
Let us teach our children the fear of the Lord; let us put into practice the age-old virtues of respect, honor and brotherly love. Let us come together as one nation, under God.
Matt Chandler-led Acts 29 celebrates 'Church Planting Sunday': 'Critical to fulfilling the mission of Jesus'
Church planting is God's primary mission strategy for expanding His work — and every member of the Body of Christ has a role to play in bringing the message of Jesus Christ to people in all contexts, the head of a global church planting network has said.
Boko Haram kills at least 110 civilians in this year’s 'most violent direct' attack
Armed men on motorcycles, believed to be from the Boko Haram terrorist group, killed at least 110 farmworkers in rice fields in Nigeria’s conflict-hit Borno state. A United Nations official called it “the most violent direct attack against innocent civilians this year.”
A taste of Turkey 'In the footsteps of St. Paul' could change the way you see the Bible
While St. Paul faced significant challenges on his missionary travels across Asia Minor now known as the country Turkey, adventurous Christians looking to follow his footsteps and see the ruins of the early Church there can do so in relative comfort using modern transportation on well-kept highways as they experience a dizzying array of food and cultural offerings with signature Turkish hospitality along the way.
First Baptist Atlanta honors Charles Stanley: 'God put His calling upon his life, supernaturally'
First Baptist Atlanta Senior Pastor Anthony George reflected on the “anointing” God placed on the life of Charles Stanley and shared how the late pastor exemplified how God can use even the most broken of vessels for His glory.
How Christians ended foot binding in China
Christians bringing the Gospel to pagan societies have always – always – found themselves defending children from bad ideas and abusive cultural norms.
Donald Trump's Approval Ratings Latest News Update: US President's Popularity Decreases in All 50 States
US President Donald Trump's popularity has decreased in every state since he was appointed in office, a new survey claimed.
Virtual learning poses ‘more risks’ to kids’ mental, emotional health: CDC
Children who are learning through virtual instruction face “more risks” to their emotional and mental health than children receiving in-person instruction, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.