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One in Five UK Parents Use Gadgets as In-Home Intercom with Kids

In another sign of how technology can foster more communication, a new survey in Britain found that one in five parents use tech gadgets to talk to their own children while inside the same home.

North Korea Protests South Korean Christmas Trees

North Korea has warned South Korea of "unexpected consequences" if it lights up three giant steel Christmas trees near the border.

Former Workers Offer to Testify Against Planned Parenthood

Seven former Planned Parenthood employees offered their help to a congressional committee investigating the organization for crimes and misuse of federal funds.

Better Than Intimacy for a Great Marriage

According to researchers at the University of Virginia Marriage Project, the best indicator of marital happiness is not sexual intimacy or frequency or even communication between spouses - it's generosity.

Uzbekistan: Churches Banned From Evangelism, Youth Worship

Authorities in Angren have warned religious communities not to be involved in "missionary activity" or let children attend worship services.

Christian Indonesian Refugees Living in N.J. Face Deportation

70 Christian Indonesian refugees who fled persecution in their country in the 1990s are facing imminent deportation from the U.S.

Obama Attends Church, is Likened to John the Baptist

The Obama family attended St. John's Episcopal Church on Sunday, where the pastor compared him to John the Baptist in his sermon.

Pre-Christmas Rise of Threats and Intimidation Against Iranian Christians

Reports show a sharp increase of activities against Christians in Iran, including interrogations of house church members.

How to Get Zest Back in Your Life

The man requested to see the well-known preacher prior to embarking on an around-the-world cruise.

U.S., Muslim Governments Address Religious Tolerance

The Obama administration is hosting representatives from Muslim countries who are upset over what they consider a lack of tolerance toward Islam.

Genocide Warning Issued for Christians in the Middle East

Christian Solidarity International has issued a genocide warning for endangered religious minorities in the Islamic Middle East.

Study Reveals Internet Evangelism is Effective

Online evangelism and discipleship are "truly measurable and effective," according to a new study.

This Would Make a Great Christmas Gift

Is there one person you can point to who helped “turn the tide” in your life?

Culture's Biggest Lies

Culture does lie, but obviously each lie is couched as something we should believe as true.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 12, 2011 |
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Tunisia's Religious Police: 'Is This the Fate of Tunisia?'

A "committee for the promotion of virtue and the prevention of vice" has been launched by radical Salafist groups to promote Islamic virtues.

Mob Attacks on Iraqi Christian Businesses Raise Security Concerns

Recent attacks by Muslim mobs in northern Iraq have raised questions about the future safety of the country's shrinking Christian population.

Nigeria: Bomb Blast in Kaduna Leaves At Least Eight Dead

A bomb blast rocked Kaduna last week, leaving at least eight dead and many badly injured and causing extreme damage.

Explorers Say They've Found Pieces of Noah's Ark

A group of scientists say they have discovered two large sections of Noah's ark below ice on the top of Mount Ararat in Turkey.

Pakistan: Young Christian Woman Killed During Attempted Rape

A 28-year-old Muslim man is in police custody for questioning for the murder of an 18-year-old Christian woman, who was shot to death during an attempted rape.

British Christians Fearlessly Proclaim Jesus' Name

Thousands of Christians all over the United Kingdom took to the streets to pray for their nation and proclaim the gospel.

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