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Teen Girls Take More Risks Behind the Wheel

A new study suggests that teen girls are far more likely than boys to engage in distracted driving behavior.

Air Force to Remove Requirement for Hotel Bibles

The Air Force will no longer require Air Force Inns -- temporary lodging facilities found at most major Air Force bases -- to have Bibles in their rooms.

Tell Your Kids About This Man

Steffan Tubbs is a morning radio host on Denver’s leading talk station, KOA-AM. I enjoy listening to him along with his co-host, April Zesbaugh. They’re good at what they do.

Violent Islamist Takeover in Mali Forces Christians to Flee

Christians in Mali are in a "desperate plight" following last month's military coup, which allowed Islamist rebel groups to seize control.

Mississippi Governor Signs Abortionist-Certification Bill

Gov. Phil Bryant signed a bill making Mississippi the first state to require abortionists to be board-certified OB/GYNs with admitting privileges at local hospitals.

Muslim Assailants in Egypt Escape Prosecution

A recent "reconciliation meeting" between Muslims that attacked a Christian-owned school and school administrators was "nothing less than an attempt at legalized extortion."

Stricter Seat Belt Laws Get Teens to Buckle Up

In states where police can stop and ticket unbelted vehicle occupants, more high schoolers "click it."

Alcohol Poisoning Linked to Teens Drinking Hand Sanitizer

Multiple news services have recently reported that six Los Angeles-area teens have been treated in emergency rooms for alcohol poisoning after drinking hand sanitizer, which contains 62 percent ethyl alcohol.

Tributes to Chuck Colson

Monday's Focus on the Family radio program features our late friend and lion of the Christian faith, Chuck Colson.

Christian Student Group Told to Eliminate 'Personal Commitment to Jesus' in Bylaws

A Christian student group at Vanderbilt will lose its recognized status on campus unless it removes its requirement that its leaders have a commitment to Jesus Christ.

Vermont Senate Rejects Assisted Suicide Effort

The Vermont Senate has defeated for the second time this legislative session an effort to legalize physician-assisted suicide.

Planned Parenthood May Be Illegally Distributing Abortifacients in N.H.

The Alliance Defense Fund says Planned Parenthood of Northern New England is breaking New Hampshire state law by directly providing abortifacient drugs to women.

Chuck Colson (1931-2012)

America has lost a gentleman and statesman of the highest integrity and character.

The Secret to a Great Weekend

Anyone who will step back and take a look at his way of life can find ways to slow down without resorting to tranquilizers.

Voice of the Martyrs Responds to Exec. Director's Death, Allegations of Molestation

VOM is responding to the sudden death of Tom White and the subsequent news of allegations that White had inappropriate contact with a young girl and chose to take his own life.

Births to Cohabitating Couples Dramatically Increase

The number of babies born to unmarried couples who are living together in America has increased dramatically during the past decade.

Attracting Younger Visitors

Why is this simple lesson, being learned by necessity over and over by other groups, agencies and enterprises, so resisted by the church?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 23, 2012 |
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India: Christian Children Threatened, Abused in Series of Attacks

Christian children were chased by knife-wielding Muslims, and a pastor had chili powder thrown in his eyes by Hindu extremists who gagged and bound his son.

Have Christians Assumed a 'Slacktivist' Approach to Their Faith?

Slacktivism, a term coined in the mid-1990s, refers to the increasingly popular phenomenon of casual activism.

NASCAR Driver Loses Sponsor Over Christian Faith

NASCAR driver Blake Koch lost his primary sponsor because of a controversy over his Christian faith.

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