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Nigerian Jihadist Group Boko Haram Now Designated as Terrorist Group

On Wednesday the U.S. State Department designated Boko Haram, a violent persecutor of Christians in Nigeria, as a foreign terrorist organization.

Guest Post: When It Comes to Adoption, Community Makes All the Difference

We’re in the middle of National Adoption Month, and I’m taking the occasion to highlight various adoption stories of real-life families.

Teen Athletes at Increased Risk for Medication Misuse

Teen athletes are at increased risk of sports-related injuries are also at heightened risk for medication misuse and abuse, especially for boys, finds a recent study.

Philippine Relief Continues, but Progress is Slow

Though world aid operations are underway in the storm-ravaged areas of the Philippines, relief is still slow in coming.

Whatever Happened to Evangelism? (2013)

It’s time someone wrote a book for the church titled Whatever Became of Evangelism? The point would be how we tend to avoid terms like “lost” or “hell” or “salvation.” It would detail how the Great Commission became the Great Rhetoric and then finally fell into the category of the Great Community.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 14, 2013 |
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Imprisoned American Pastor Saeed Abedini Transferred, Denied Medication in Prison

Conditions are worsening for Saeed Abedini, an American pastor imprisoned in Iran.

Surveys Show Teens Failing at Financial Literacy

Personal finance and business education teachers five of the most gaping holes in teens' money knowledge.

Good Parenting Usually Isn’t Efficient

Does this routine sound familiar? Fold the laundry, change the diaper, buy the things for that science fair project, make dinner, walk the dog. It never seems to end!

Guest Post: Dear Parents with Young Children in Church

This stay-at-home mom’s blog post has already encouraged many parents who, week after week, faithfully attend church services with their young children.

Complimentary CD for Military Families

Today is Veterans Day, when we honor the brave men and women who have served in our Armed Forces.

Teens May Have Less Impulse Control When Faced With Danger

Teens react more impulsively to danger than children or adults, which might explain why they're more likely to be involved in crimes, according to a new study.

Aid Rushed to the Philippines in Wake of Deadly Typhoon

With the current official death toll at 1,774 and climbing, and more than 650,000 people displaced, survivors of deadly Super Typhoon Haiyan are grappling with the daily horror of devastation.

A Toast to the Bridegroom

Marriage is, above and before all else, a covenant with God. How beautiful when the Bridegroom is honored first.

National Billboard Campaign Seeks to Hold U.S. Accountable to God's Law

Are billboards an effective way of convicting Americans of their sin? Joseph Farah thinks so, and has started a national campaign as a result, Christian News Network reports.

North Korea Publicly Executes 80, Some for Owning Bibles

Around 80 people were executed earlier this month in several cities across North Korea, reports the Korea JoongAng Daily.

  • Compiled & Edited by ReligionToday Editorial Staff |
  • November 12, 2013 |
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Typhoon Haiyan Leaves Thousands Seeking Shelter and Aid

Les Tilka, a pastor partnering with Samaritan’s Purse, is on the ground in the Philippines in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. He describes the situation around him as “utter devastation.”

Teens with Late Bedtimes Have Lower Grades

A new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health provides further evidence for a growing body of research that supports a movement to delay school start times for adolescents.

When to Leave a Church

There is a perfect time to leave a church, but what that "time" is may surprise you.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 11, 2013 |
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Massive Typhoon Yolanda Rips Through Philippines

Typhoon Yolanda (also called Haiyan) ripped through the Philippines Friday November 8th, with 4 deaths confirmed already according to NBC.

Study Supports Need for More Control Over Prescription Pain-Relievers for Teens

According to a new study, teens who are prescribed pain relievers, such as Vicodin and OxyContin, are at "notable risk" for abusing opioid drugs.

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