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Depression in Teen Girls Linked to Absent Fathers in Early Childhood

New research indicates that girls whose fathers were absent during their early childhood are more likely to become depressed in their teen years.

Falling Pastors

One city. Three senior pastors of megachurches. And in just a six month period, three moral failures.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 16, 2013 |
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Teacher Accused of Blasphemy in Egypt Released on Bail

A Coptic Christian teacher in Egypt accused of committing blasphemy and evangelizing in school was released Tuesday after posting nearly $3,000 in bail.

Are You a Fan or a Follower?

Kyle Idleman is the teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky, and the author of Not a Fan: Becoming a Completely Committed Follower of Jesus.

Nigerian President Declares State of Emergency

Nigeria's president declared a state of emergency Tuesday across the country's troubled northeast, promising to send more troops to fight an increasingly violent Islamic insurgency.

U.S. Court Denies German Homeschool Family Asylum

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the Obama administration's refusal to grant asylum to a German homeschooling family.

Gosnell Avoids Death Penalty

Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of killing three babies born alive, agreed to give up his right to an appeal in order to avoid a possible death sentence.

Chronic Fatigue in Teens May Be Sign of Depression

Long lasting fatigue in teens may indicate depression or anxiety disorders, according to a new study.

Franklin Graham: IRS Targeted Us, Too

The IRS also came after Billy Graham, his son charged Tuesday in a letter to President Barack Obama.

If You Want Your Kids to Pass Finals, Don't Let Them Do This

We all can remember studying for our final exams. After all the hours sitting in class, after all the homework and pop quizzes and papers, the entire academic year comes down to a few last tests.

Nigeria: Open Doors Appeals for Prayer After Reports of Boko Haram Attack

Open Doors USA has issued an urgent appeal for prayer after receiving news that suspected Boko Haram terrorists attacked the predominantly Nigerian Christian village of Zangan in southern Kaduna state around midnight on Monday. Local sources report fatalities and Open Doors says it understands "the entire village has been destroyed."

Nine of 12 Jurors in Gosnell Trial Were 'Pro-Choice'

Nine of the 12 jurors who convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell of murder on Monday were "pro-choice."

Tebow Finds Fulfillment Off the Field

Eleven days after the New York Jets cut him, Christian quarterback Tim Tebow told a crowd of about 3,000 at Lake Michigan College that his main goal is to impact lives, whether on or off the field.

Teens Who Text and Drive Take Other Driving Risks

More than 4 in 10 teens admit to texting while driving, and those that do are more likely to engage in other risks while driving.

Government Appeals Unrestricted Sale of Plan B

The Obama administration has filed an appeal that will delay the sale of the morning-after pill Plan B One-Step and its generic competitors to girls without prescriptions.

Minnesota Senate Passes Same-Sex Marriage Bill

The Minnesota Senate gave final approval Monday to a bill that will make the state the 12th in the nation to allow same-sex couples to marry and only the second in the Midwest.

Remember the Infertile Too

What if pastors set aside time in the church service to pray for children for the infertile? The Proverbs 31 woman warrants attention, but what about the 1Samuel 1 woman?

How You Can Spot Body Image Issues in Your Teen

Have you heard about “thigh gap” yet? If not, it’s likely your teenage daughter or granddaughter has.

Gosnell Guilty of First-Degree Murder

Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortionist accused of performing illegal late-term abortions in a filthy clinic, has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies born alive but acquitted in the death of a fourth baby.

Study Links Adolescent Bullies to Later Criminal Behavior

Adults who say they bullied others when they were adolescents may have a higher likelihood of engaging in criminal behavior later in life, according to new research from UT Dallas.

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