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Saudi Arabia Arrests 53 Ethiopian Christians at Private Worship Service

Saudi authorities on Feb. 8 arrested 53 Ethiopian Christians, mostly women, who were attending a worship service in the private, rented home of an Ethiopian believer in Dammam, the capital of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.

Study: Parents Prefer the Pill Over Condoms for Their Teenage Daughters

In a new study, parents of teenage daughters were asked what forms of contraception they were most comfortable with doctors providing.

Christians Call for Justice Following Church Attack in Egypt

Christians gathered in Cairo on Sunday to protest the destruction of a church that was attacked by Muslim villagers over the weekend in Egypt's Fayoum province -- the second attack on Christians in the province in a little over a month.

Report: Megachurches Thriving in Tough Economic Times

A new survey shows that despite the tough economy, many of the nation's largest churches are thriving, with increased offerings and plans to hire more staff.

How Your Relationship with Your In-Laws Impacts Your Marriage

We've all heard the stories of a meddling mother-in-law or a grumpy father-in-law. But is that the exception rather than the norm?

Lawmakers Introduce Interstate Abortion Notification Bill

Sens. Marco Rubio, Mitch McConnell and Orrin Hatch introduced a bill in mid-February that would give states the right to enforce parental notification laws across state lines.

Libya Arrests Missionaries for Spreading Christianity

Four foreign Christian workers in Libya have been arrested on suspicion of spreading Christianity and giving out Christian literature in Benghazi.

Christian Homeschoolers Losing Deportation Fight

A family homeschooling safely in rural Tennessee may be forced to return to their native Germany, where the parents likely face huge fines and criminal penalties, and could lose custody of their five school-age children.

Synthetic Marijuana Linked to Kidney Damage

Synthetic cannabinoids are not safe alternatives to marijuana, according to a new report.

Teaching Teens That Bullies Can Change Reduces Aggression

According to a new study, teenagers who believe people can’t change react more aggressively to peer conflicts than those who think people can change.

Muslim Villagers in Egypt Attack Church

Muslim villagers in Egypt's Fayoum Province attacked a church this weekend – pelting four Christians with rocks, setting parts of the church building on fire and tearing down a cross atop the structure.

  • Morning Star News |
  • February 19, 2013 |
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Pentecostal Pastor Beheaded in Tanzania

Mathayo Kachili, pastor of the Assemblies of God church in Buseresere, Tanzania, was beheaded when a group of religious extremists attacked Christians at the church on February 11.

For Those Married and Unmarried

We must celebrate marriage. We must celebrate what God has created to model His love and commitment to His Church. We celebrate that He made us uniquely male and female, and that together we reflect Him.

Russia to Outlaw 'Homosexual Propaganda'

Last month, the Russian parliament approved by a vote of 388-1-1 a draft law outlawing the dissemination of "homosexual propaganda" to minors, prompting the Obama administration to pull out of "civil society" dialogue.

VIDEO: God Doesn't Make Mistakes

God doesn't make mistakes.

U.S. Government Extends Federal Benefits to Homosexuals in Military

The U.S. government announced last week that it was extending a number of federal benefits to homosexuals in the military.

How Institutionalism Inhibits our Expectation of the Supernatural

By reducing our conceptions of the church to an institution or organization to be managed, there often follows a decreased expectation of the supernatural in the affairs and activities of the church and, by extension, the individual Christian.

The Soul of a Leader

You may not know this, but ministry is spiritually hazardous to your soul.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • February 18, 2013 |
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Canadian Ministry Risks Losing Government Funding for Stance on Homosexuality

An evangelical group that digs wells and provides clean water to 11,000 people in Uganda risks losing Canadian government money because it also teaches that homosexuality is a sin.

Bangladesh: 19 Children Rescued From Trafficker Intending to Sell Them to Radical Islamic Centers

Nineteen children who were to be sold to fundamentalist Islamic boarding schools in Bangladesh's capital city have been rescued.

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