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Algeria Stalls Appeal of Convicted Christian

Algeria's judicial system often keeps Christians locked up without officially punishing or acquitting them.

Fewer Kids Exposed to Unwanted Sexual Content Online

Kids are not being exposed as much to unwanted sexual solicitations or porn on the Internet, according to a new study.

Seven Things Every Parent Flying with Children this Christmas Should Know

In a few short days the family and I will be packing our bags and making our way to California.

After Kim Jong Il's Death, a Call for N. Korea to End Crimes Against Humanity

Religious freedom advocates are calling on the North Korean regime to end its brutal oppression of its citizens.

He Gives and Takes Away

When God takes something away, we are often quick to indict Him and question His goodness.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 19, 2011 |
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Virginia Allows Faith-Based Adoption Groups Freedom of Conscience

The Virginia Board of Social Services voted to allow faith-based adoption agencies the right not to place children with same-sex couples.

Decision on InterVarsity Chapter's Status Postponed

Members of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at SUNY Buffalo will have to wait until after Christmas to find out whether they can continue to be an official student group on campus.

Pastors, City Council Members Protest NYC's Ban of Church Services in Schools

City councilman Fernando Cabrera is leading an effort to overturn the city's ban on churches renting public school space for services.

Spending Bill Reinstates Abstinence Education Funding

A $662 billion omnibus spending bill passed by Congress Dec. 14 contains $5 million for abstinence education programs.

Bhutan Christian Evangelist Calls Persecution 'Necessary'

In a Buddhist region of South Asia, one Christian man from Bhutan spends each day going door-to-door to share the gospel.

Tim Tebow and CURE Building Children's Hospital in Philippines

The Tim Tebow Foundation is partnering with CURE International to build a children's hospital in the Philippines.

’Tis the Season

It’s that time of year again! The weeks -- no, months -- of preparations for the Event reached febrile proportions just a few weeks ago...

What's Hot? 12/16/11

A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.

Canada Demands Release of Condemned Pakistani Christian Woman

Canada's parliament is demanding the release of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman condemned under Pakistan's blasphemy law.

Twenty Haitian Children Still Missing After Orphanage Shutdown

Following the closing of Son of God Orphanage in after missionaries discovered the children were being abused, 45 of the orphans went missing.

A Manly Challenge

Speaking on behalf of most men, I can say with confidence that guys love the thrill of a challenge.

U.S. Teen Mobile Data Usage Skyrockets

We already knew that teens out-text the rest of us, but this year their mobile data consumption accelerated at an unprecedented rate as well.

City of Oakland's Ordinance Discriminates Against Pro-Life Pastor

The Life Legal Defense Foundation seeks an injunction against the city for forbidding pro-lifers from approaching women outside abortion clinics.

Propaganda Versus Reality in Iraq

Iraq's small Christian population worries that with U.S. and NATO forces withdrawing, religious persecution will only increase.

Ministry Providing Bibles for Inmates This Christmas

Bible resource provider Biblica has a special Bible just for prison inmates this Christmas.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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