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Missouri Passes 'Right to Pray' Amendment by More Than 600,000 Votes

On Tuesday, Missouri voters overwhelmingly approved a state constitutional amendment that supporters feel will protect religious freedom.

Cholesterol Levels Improving in Kids and Teens

American kids' and teens' cholesterol levels are, on a whole, improving, according to a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Ten Easy Ways to Express Appreciation to Almost Anyone

From Gary Chapman's book, The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.

Harassed Chick-fil-A Employee Speaks of Forgiveness

The worker at a Tuscon, Ariz., Chick-fil-A who was berated by an activist who made a viral video of the incident says she wants to meet with him face-to-face even though he already apologized.

Kidnappings, Abductions, Forced Conversions of Christian Girls in Pakistan Continue

For the last several years, there has been an alarming increase in kidnappings and forced conversions of Christian girls in Pakistan, with several reports making the news in recent months.

Business Booming for Restaurant Dealing with Atheist Complaint

Since an atheist activist filed an anti-discrimination complaint against the Lost Cajun Kitchen of Columbia in Pennsylvania for having a church bulletin discount on Sundays, the restaurant has seen an increase in business.

Christians Seek to Comfort Survivors of Sikh Massacre

Christians in Oak Creek, Wis., are extending a hand to their Sikh neighbors following Sunday's massacre at their temple.

Infographic: How Game Addiction is Ruining Boys

Infographic provides statistical look at how video game addiction is ruining boys.

The Recipe for American Renewal

America needs a special kind of citizenry; a mature, well-informed electorate of persons able to reason clearly and rule themselves prudently.

Boko Haram Calls on Nigeria's President to Convert to Islam

Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday dismissed as "blackmail" a call by the suspected leader of the Islamist group Boko Haram for him to resign and convert to Islam.

Teens Who Expect to Die Young Take More Risks

A new study finds that for American teens, the expectation of death before the age of 35 predicted increase risk behaviors.

Oxford University Amends Dress Code for Transgender Students

England's Oxford University has decided to change its strict academic dress code to accommodate transgender students -- meaning that males will be allowed to attend classes wearing skirts and women can wear a suit and tie.

What One Mom Has Learned From the Olympics

The London Games continue to serve up hours and hours of spirited fun for millions around the world. For parents, the Olympics also provide all kinds of "teachable moments" for our kids, from talking about the dedication required in training to how to handle disappointment when a medal is just beyond reach.

Church Hopping

A working definition: church hopping is going from one church to another without committing to any one church for any significant period of time (which makes it different than legitimate church "shopping").

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 06, 2012 |
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Syrian Prime Minister Reportedly Defects

Syrian prime minister Riyad Farid Hijab reportedly defected Monday, delivering a new blow to the embattled government of president Bashar Assad.

Uzbekistan: Christian Charged for Teaching Religion

A Christian from Fergana, Uzbekistan, faces up to three years in prison on a charge of illegally teaching religion.

Saudi Arabia Deports 35 Ethiopian Christians for Practicing Their Faith

On August 1, Saudi Arabia deported the last of 35 Ethiopian Christians arrested and detained for holding an all-night prayer vigil at a private home on December 15, 2011.

Egypt: Christian Homes, Businesses Destroyed in Sectarian Violence

Christian homes and businesses were looted August 1 in violence that broke out following the death of a Muslim man in the Egyptian village of Dahshur.

Chick-fil-A Confirms 'Record-Setting Day' on Appreciation Day

Chick-fil-A announced Thursday that supporters who flocked to the restaurant for "Appreciation Day" on August 1 propelled the company to a "record-setting day."

Tell Me About Your Time at Chick-fil-A Yesterday

Because they’re a privately owned corporation, Chick-fil-A isn’t expected to release sales figures from yesterday’s events, but from what I’ve seen and heard, it was a record-setting day for the organization. Don’t you like it when good folks do well?

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