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Alabama Official Proposes to Place Ten Commandments Monument at County Courthouse

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – In an effort to educate the public on the biblical roots of America’s foundation, a county commissioner in Alabama has proposed that three monuments be placed at his local courthouse, including one of the Ten Commandments. “What I’m trying to do is erect a monument of historical documents,” Jackson County Commissioner Tim […]

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‘No True Christian Hangs on to Their Sin:’ Author Responds to Vicky Beeching’s Coming Out

An American-born apologist, ethicist and author is responding to the recent revelation by a UK-based worship artist that she is a lesbian and her claims that God is accepting of her just as she is. “I felt like coming out was something I needed to do,” Vicky Beeching, known for songs such as Above All Else, Great […]

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Muslim Terrorist Group ISIS to America: ‘We Will Drown All of You in Blood’

A video recently posted by the Muslim terrorist group ISIS, also simply known as the Islamic State, threatens to attack Americans if any airstrikes or raids by the United States cause harm to Islamic militants. The short, 45-second video was uploaded to social media sites on Monday, and contains the message, “We will drown all […]

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Closed for Good? Ohio Judge Orders Notorious Abortionist to Shutter Facility

SHARONVILLE, Ohio – A judge has ordered a notorious late-term abortionist in Ohio to close his facility once and for all, following months of legal disputes over the abortionist’s controversial abortion procedures and inadequate health standards. Martin Haskell is the owner of the Lebanon Road Surgery Center in Sharonville, Ohio. The facility, according to reports, […]

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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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Construction Begins on Much-Anticipated Noah’s Ark Project in Northern Kentucky

CINCINNATI – A Kentucky-based Christian organization has officially broken ground on a life-sized Noah’s Ark project that is expected to become a major tourist attraction and evangelistic outreach. Answers in Genesis (AiG) is an international ministry committed to proclaiming and defending the historicity and reliability of the Bible. In 2010, AiG unveiled plans to build […]

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Homeschooling Growing at Record Rate in North Carolina

Homeschooling is growing at a record rate in North Carolina, according to reports. Over 10,000 more students are being homeschooled than just two years ago, with enrollment figures surpassing that of private schools. The News & Observer reports that the North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education estimates that there are 98,172 homeschooled students in North Carolina, compared […]

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Elderly Christian Beaten by Homeless Man Won’t Be Deterred from Feeding Hungry

OCALA, Fla. – An elderly Christian woman that was kidnapped, beaten and robbed by a homeless man this past week says that she won’t let the incident deter her from feeding the hungry on the streets. “This is God’s work,” Tara Barnes, a 69-year-old volunteer with First Love Church told the NY Daily News. “We’re […]

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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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Court Grants ‘Pregnant Man’ Divorce Amid Argument Whether Woman was Man When ‘Married’

PHOENIX – An appeals court in Arizona has ruled that a woman who began converting her appearance into a man over a decade ago may be granted a divorce, overturning a lower court ruling that denied the proceedings over confusion whether the woman was a man when she married. As previously reported, in 1997, Tracy Lehuanani […]

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