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Dana Perino shares her faith in interview

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While most of us are counting from one to 10, she’s counting from “I” to “me.” Dana Perino, who served as former President George W. Bush’s press secretary before launching a career ...

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Only 1 in 4 Christians acting out their faith at home

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Twenty-five percent of professing, practicing Christians live in households that regularly pray and practice Bible reading together and conduct outreach together to others, while 28 percent live in a home that does ...

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The secret to Chick-fil-A revealed by founder’s daughter

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The daughter of Chick-fil-A’s founder is revealing some valuable life lessons from her father and the source of the company’s impressive success. Trudy Cathy White’s new book, “Climb Every Mountain: Finding God ...

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3 kinds of students who leave Christianity after high school

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“I just don’t believe what you believe anymore.” These are words that no Christian parent or youth leader ever wants to hear. After this bombshell hits and the shockwaves subside, we wonder ...

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VeggieTales accused of being racist

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Students at Cal State San Marcos think the Christian cartoon “VeggieTales” is racist because the villains are vegetables of color. Yes, you read that right. The College Fix reports this revelation came to ...

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Born dead, prayers sustained ‘miracle baby’ and his parents

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A couple thought the birth of their fifth child would go smoothly–just like the births of their other four children. But when doctors told them their fifth child wasn’t breathing after he ...

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Fireman battling his cancer ‘fire’ with faith

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Some say cancer spreads like wildfire. One Lenexa fireman is fighting his blaze not with hoses and ladders but faith, family and friends. Mike Wells is just 38 and a married father ...

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Key to well-being? Being thankful

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Thanksgiving Day encourages us to pause in the busyness of life. We gather together with friends and family to feast on turkey and all the trimmings while we savor the goodness of ...

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Newlywed couple killed in helicopter crash remembered

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A newlywed Christian couple who died just minutes after their wedding reception, have been honored in a memorial service that drew 2,000 people. According to ABC 13, friends and family payed their ...

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Conference will address families and the end times

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Many would agree that society is spinning out of control. How does that affect families, communities and the church? Some are asking if families have the tools needed to respond to challenging ...

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Observing Biblical ‘time’ thru the High Holy Days

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We live in a highly frenzied world where order has been gobbled up by “the tyranny of the urgent”. The possibility of personal peace endlessly eludes us? We ask, “How can I ...

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When hubby attends church, couples report more happiness

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A recently released study suggests that couples who attend church together regularly have a higher level of relationship satisfaction than couples who do not. The study, Better Together: Religious Attendance, Gender and Relationship ...

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7 reasons to enjoy guilt-free rest on Sundays

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Recently, my wife and I were at a Catholic thrift store we frequent, and posted prominently by the entrance was a large sign announcing that beginning in January, the store would now ...

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Try your skill with our Baseball Word Search Puzzle

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Let the kids try their skill with this Baseball Word search!  

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When wronged, true forgiveness is still a one-way street

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Have you ever been wronged by someone? I mean really hurt to the core? It’s probably happened to all of us a time or two in our lives. The pain is worsened ...

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Daughter shares details of Billy Graham’s last moments

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Last February, the world mourned the loss of Reverend Billy Graham, especially the evangelist’s children. Now, Anne Graham Lotz, the daughter whose preaching style most closely resembles the style of “America’s Pastor,” ...

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Dispelling the myths about fatherhood

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The role of the father is increasingly problematic in the context of modern American culture. Fatherhood has been marginalized and the importance and authority of fathers has been depreciated, ridiculed, and continuously ...

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Reflections on Father’s Day

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The third Sunday in June is observed each year in the United States as Father’s Day. The origins of this national event are not clear. Some records suggest the act of honoring ...

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Not your parent’s VBS! Summer tradition makes a comeback

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Vacation Bible School — better known as VBS — is back as one of the most popular church programs in America after a few years of decline. Back in the 1890s, a pair ...

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What was in Billy Graham’s will?

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“Defend the faith” Billy Graham tells his children and grandchildren in the will he left behind. His last will and testament has been revealed to the public for the first time and ...

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Jennie Finch takes bold stand over ‘DWTS’ song: ‘I want to glorify God’

Olympic athlete and “Dancing With the Stars” contestant Jennie Finch last week refused to perform to a popular new Janelle Monae track, ‘Make Me Feel,’ citing her Christian faith and desire to honor ...

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OVERCOMING OBSTACLES – Life Lessons from a Little One

My son and I like to build obstacle courses throughout the house. We overturn chairs, move furniture, repurpose pillows and clutter the floors with whatever large objects we can find. But the ...

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Bus driver gives confidence to little girl who lost her mom to cancer

A bus driver has stepped in to braid a little girl’s hair after the girl’s mom died of a rare disease. The 11-year-old girl in Utah now has a newfound sense of ...

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4 ways to raise discerning children in an entertainment-crazed culture

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It never was a good idea to let children watch television without some parental input or supervision, but more and more, it’s becoming a downright bad one. The series Andi Mack in ...

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Don’t break the bank when celebrating Christmas

Christmas changed – a lot – when my husband and I had children. The first few years, we wanted to make sure our daughter (now almost 8) had the very best of ...

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