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Teen Self-Consciousness Linked to Brain, Physiological Responses

A new study reveals that teenage self-consciousness is linked with specific physiological and brain responses that seem to emerge and peak in adolescence.

Record Number of Single Dads Head U.S. Households

Men now lead about a quarter of all single-parent families in the U.S.

First-Ever 'Ex-Gay Pride Month' to Be Held in D.C. in July

Members of the ex-gay community are celebrating the first-ever "Ex-Gay Pride Month" and have asked President Obama to issue a proclamation to recognize the rights of the ex-gay community and commemorate their month, just as he's done for the LGBT community with "Gay Pride Month" in June.

Obama Delays Obamacare Employer Mandate Until After Midterm Elections

A major component of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul is being delayed until 2015.

Texas House Committee Approves Abortion Restrictions

Texas Republicans voted early Wednesday to move forward with new abortion restrictions after limiting testimony at a public committee hearing, refusing to consider Democratic amendments and imposing strict security precautions to prevent additional disruptions from protesting abortion-rights supporters.

When Firefighters Fall, Chaplains Stand

As friends and families reel from the news that 19 elite firefighters died battling an Arizona wildfire Sunday, the work of some of their spiritual comrades has just begun. Fire chaplains are stepping up to support the grieving, just as they did after 9/11 and the recent fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.

VIDEO: See a Love Story 50 Years in the Making

True love can stand the tests of time and illness.

Canada Provides Refuge for Pakistani Christian Girl Accused of Blasphemy

A teenage Christian girl fled Pakistan with her family after a Muslim cleric falsely accused her of burning pages from the Quran. After spending months in hiding, Rimsha Masih and her family are now in Canada.

Egyptian Christian Leader Joins Protests, Asks for Prayers

On Sunday, crowds of Egyptians across the nation marched down the streets of villages, towns and cities, raising Egyptian flags together with banners and red cards demanding that President Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood supporting party leave.

Egyptian Army Issues Morsi 48-Hour Ultimatum

Egypt's army issued a powerful warning via Egyptian state TV that it will intervene if President Mohammad Morsi doesn't "meet the people's demands."

Supreme Court Denies Prop 8 Backers' Request to Halt California Same-Sex Marriages

The U.S. Supreme Court on Sunday denied an emergency application filed by the sponsors of California's Proposition 8 urging the court to immediately halt the issuance of same-sex marriage licenses that resumed Friday after an appeals court lifted the ban "prematurely."

On Vacations and Rest

Summer is officially here, and along with it comes a season when many families take time to vacation and be together to rest.

19 Firefighters Killed in Arizona Blaze: 'Our Entire Crew Was Lost'

The state of Arizona is mourning the loss of 19 firefighters who died Sunday battling a wildfire northwest of Phoenix.

How Should You Explain the Same-Sex Marriage Debate to Your Children?

How does one teach the controversy, without exposing one’s children to more than they can handle?

Syria: Catholic Priest Beheaded by al Qaeda-Linked Rebels as Men and Children Cheer

Syrian Catholic priest Francois Murad was beheaded last weekend by al Qaeda-linked jihadi fighters trying to topple President Bashar Assad.

Map vs. Compass

Historically, there have been two tools to help guide us in our travels. One is a map, and the other is a compass. They are two very different things.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 01, 2013 |
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China Clamps Down on Families Who Rescue Abandoned Babies

China has banned groups and individuals from privately adopting abandoned infants, making it much harder for babies without families to find good homes.

Massive Crowds of Egyptians Take to Streets in Protests Calling for Morsi to Step Down

June 30 marked the one-year anniversary of Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi's entrance to office, but the majority of Egyptians feel betrayed due to his dictatorial style, his now-apparent radical Islamist agenda and his economic mismanagement. They are demanding that Morsi step down.

  • International Christian Concern |
  • July 01, 2013 |
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- How Your Relationship with Your In-Laws Impacts Your Marriage -

According to a newly released study, men who are on good terms with their wives’ parents are more likely to enjoy a long-lasting marriage than those who struggle to get along with their in-laws.

David Barton Says Paying Pastors is 'Church Welfare'

Is it wrong for pastors to depend on a church for their compensation?

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • June 28, 2013 |
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