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Muslim Brotherhood Gets Leadership Role in Egypt's Parliament

Newly elected members of Egypt's parliament announced this week a power-sharing plan to install a Muslim Brotherhood leader as speaker.

Some Numbers Are More Important Than a Score

There wasn't a lot of celebrating Saturday night in our home state of Colorado, but there was definitely – as Luke 15:7 promises – "rejoicing in heaven." Our beloved Denver Broncos lost a heartbreaker to the New England Patriots, but that result is really inconsequential when souls are won for Christ.

Religious Liberty Victory at the Supreme Court

Here are the general details of the case, Hosanna-Tabor Church v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Iranian Pastor Nadarkhani Refuses to Deny Christ in Exchange for Freedom

Iran has once again asked imprisoned Christian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani to renounce his faith in exchange for his release.

Iranian Cleric: 'Christianity Most Horrifying Intelligence Organization in the World'

Islamic cleric Akhond Mohsen Alizadeh stated that evangelical Christianity was "the most horrifying intelligence and security organization in the world."

John 3:16 Ad Runs During Tebow Game

During Saturday's NFL playoff game between Tim Tebow's Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots, Focus on the Family ran an ad about John 3:16.

Tebow's 316 Yards Leads to Internet Salvations

After Tim Tebow threw for 316 yards in the Denver Broncos' upset of the Pittsburgh Steelers last weekend, some who Googled John 3:16 made eternal decisions.

Egyptian Christians Hold Worship Service in Tahrir Square to Kick Off New Year

Cairo's Tahrir Square has been the central point of many atrocities in Egypt during the last year, but one local church turned it into something completely different.

Tim Tebow's Good News

The Washington Post's On Faith blog recently invited Focus on the Family's Esther Fleece to weigh in on Tim Tebow mania. I'm delighted to share her excellent piece with you.

The Day He Died

I can honestly say that I grew up fairly colorblind. It began with the great love of my childhood, Catherine...

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 16, 2012 |
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Survey: Half of Churchgoers Say Their Lives Aren't Affected by Time in Pews

A new survey shows that almost half of churchgoing Americans say their time spent at church has not caused any changes in their lives.

Washington Governor to Sponsor Same-Sex Marriage Bill

Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire announced her plans to make the state the seventh to legalize same-sex marriage.

Federal Judge: Prayer Banner Encouraging Kindness Must Be Removed

A federal judge ruled that a Rhode Island high school must take down a decades-old prayer banner that encouraged students to be kind and helpful.

The Legacy of Wilberforce, Part 1

Want to know how the moral conviction of one person can change the culture of a whole nation?

Nigerian Islamist Leader Defends Attacks Against Christians

The leader of Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamist militants has defended recent attacks on Christians, saying they were revenge for killings of Muslims.

What's Hot? 1/13/12

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

Tebow Listed as America's Favorite Pro Athlete

According to the ESPN Sports Poll, Denver Broncos quarterback and devout Christian Tim Tebow is now America's favorite active pro athlete.

Cal Thomas: Angel Unaware

Excerpts from a touching and poignant reflection on the dignity of life from columnist Cal Thomas.

Member of Kuwaiti Royal Family Embraces Christ

A Kuwaiti royal prince who has become a believer in Jesus Christ says that if he is killed, he believes he will meet Jesus face-to-face.

Teens Struggling to Find Elusive PT Jobs

No surprise here... the unemployment rate for 16-19-year-olds seeking jobs is almost 25%, as teens struggle to find part-time employment in poor economic times.

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