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Little Girl Screaming ‘Shut Up’ at Street Preacher in ‘Witch City’ Goes Viral

SALEM, Mass. – A video showing a little girl with pigtails screaming at a street preacher to ‘shut up’ as she relentlessly mocked him and his message of redemption through Jesus Christ has gone viral. The video posted on Live Leak, which has been viewed more than 250,000 times, shows a child approaching Austin Coppock, […]

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Seminary to Adjust Bylaws to Allow for ‘Flexibility’ in Admitting Non-Christian Students

FORT WORTH, Texas – A Texas theological seminary, which trains Christian men for ministry, has announced that it will adjust its bylaws to allow for greater “flexibility” in the admittance of non-Christian students following controversy surrounding the enrollment of a Muslim man. As previously reported, the controversy erupted in June of this year when it […]

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Thousands of Youth Nationwide to Gather to Challenge Peers to Read, Live Scripture

Thousands of youth nationwide will gather today at their local athletic field to challenge each other to read and live out the Scriptures in their everyday lives in an annual event known as “Fields of Faith.” The event, organized by Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), is held every second Wednesday in October. Its mission is to […]

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Messianic Jew Deported From Israel Over Evangelism Efforts to Appeal to Supreme Court

JERUSALEM (Morning Star News) – A British messianic Jew deported from Israel last year for participating in an evangelistic outreach to Jews confirmed that he will appeal his case to the nation’s supreme court. Barry Barnett, 50, left the country on Dec. 2 under a deportation order issued by Israel’s Ministry of the Interior. He was […]

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‘You Don’t Hate Us!’ Lesbian Learns Christians ‘Really Do Care’ By Sharing Gospel

CHICAGO – A Christian columnist, cultural analyst and attorney specializing in constitutional law recently shared a story about about how a lesbian’s eyes were opened to the fact that Christians are motivated by love and not hate to share the gospel with homosexuals. Matt Barber, the founder of BarbWire.com, recalled the incident in an article published by […]

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Senator Pushing for Pennsylvania ‘Hate Crimes’ Law Comes Out of Closet: ‘I’m Gay and I Love It’

HARRISBURG – A Pennsylvania senator that is pushing for the passage of a controversial homosexual hate crimes bill of concern to Christians came out of the closet this week in announcing himself as being “gay” and “lov[ing] it.” “Hundreds of people know I’m gay. I just never made an official declaration,” declared Sen. Jim Ferlo (D-Pittsburgh) on […]

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Congregation Attempts to Attract New Attendees With Controversial ‘I Love Sex’ Billboard

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. – A Pennsylvania congregation seeking to attract new attendees has also generated controversy as it recently purchased billboard space that features the quote “I love sex,” attributed to God. Restored Church, a non-denominational assembly in Wilkes-Barre purchased the billboard to advertise its upcoming sermon series on sex and the Song of Solomon. “It’s […]

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Court Rules Police Did Not Violate Group’s Rights By Ousting Them From Muslim Festival

CINCINNATI – A federal appeals court has ruled that Michigan police did not violate the rights of a California-based group by ousting them from an Arab festival when attendees began turning violent in response to their antagonism. As previously reported, U.S. District Court Judge Patrick Duggan ruled last year that men with an organization identified as […]

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Sentenced American Missionary Sent Back to North Korean Labor Camp Despite Health Concerns

An American missionary sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea has been sent back to serve at a labor camp despite concerns that his health is worsening, reports state. As previously reported, Kenneth Bae, who operates a tourist company in Washington state, was arrested not far from the city of Yanji in […]

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Missions Leader: Although 1 Percent is Christian, Spain is ‘Breeding Ground’ for Gospel

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The president of Assemblies of God Spain recently explained during a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the denomination that although missions work has been difficult in the country, he sees it as a “breeding ground” for the gospel. Pastor Juan Carlos Escobar was among the speakers at the Assemblies of God […]

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