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Millions in Danger of Famine in South Sudan

Aid agencies are asking for prayer as the South Sudan faces a famine that could be worse than the one that hit the area in the 1980s.

More Teens Drive Stoned Than Drive Drunk

A new study finds that a far higher percentage of students reported driving with someone who had smoked marijuana -- than those who reported driving with someone who had been drinking alcohol.

6 Iranians Arrested for Making 'Happy' Dance Video

The viral trend of making dance videos to Pharrell Williams’ “Happy,” has landed six Iranian young adults in jail.

Nigerian Car Bombs Kill at Least 118

Two car bombs exploded at a bus terminal in Jos, Nigeria killing at least 118 people.

Pastor Saeed Abedini Beaten and Returned to Prison without Warning

Saeed Abedini, the American pastor who who being held by Iranian authorities was brutally beaten and returned to prison without warning or reason given.

An Interview with Casting Crowns’ Mark Hall

Since the self-titled debut of Casting Crowns‘ first album was released in 2003, the band has enjoyed great popularity among Christian audiences – but not for reasons you’d might expect.

Federal Workers Use Over $1 Million of Charity Money for Personal Use

A government audit found several federal workers and a contractor guilty of using over $1 million of charity money for personal use.

‘Obama’s America’ Producer Pleads Guilty to Campaign Finance Violations

Tuesday morning conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations. His trial was scheduled to begin today.

Overweight Teens More Likely to be Rejected as Friends

Overweight young people are more likely to be rejected as friends by peers who are of normal weight, according to new research.

"Christ the Lord" to Join Hollywood's 'Year of the Bible'

Ocean Blue Entertainment will begin production of another Christian movie this September. Christ the Lord is based off of a novel by Anne Rice.

Megachurch Pastors Leave Reformed Evangelical Network Amid Child Abuse Scandal

Two pastors have left a Reformed evangelical group after a pastor from the Maryland megachurch they oversaw confessed to covering up sex abuse claims.

  • Sarah Pulliam Bailey |
  • May 20, 2014 |
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Bomb Blast Kills Four in Nigeria

A suicide bomb blast on Sunday killed four people in the Christian-dominated Sabon Gari district of Kano, Nigeria. Police suspect Boko Haram in behind the attack.

Mississippi Pastor Jailed for Pro-Life Sign Filing Lawsuit

A pastor in Columbus, Mississippi was arrested and and put in jail for displaying a pro-life sign outside of an abortion clinic last year reports. The pastor is now filing a lawsuit against the city and police captain.

Florida Elementary School Decides Bible Acceptable for Free Reading

The recent case involving a Florida elementary school boy told to put his Bible away during independent reading time is coming to a close; the school has agreed that the Bible is an acceptable book for free reading time.

Joan of Arc… Noah’s Wife?

If your family is in a Bible-reading slump, perhaps what you need is a fun way to inject some energy back into the discipline.

Oregon Judge Rules Gay Marriage Ban Unconstitutional

U.S. District Judge Michael McShane has declared Oregon's gay marriage ban unconstitutional, ruling that gay couples were unfairly discriminated against.

The Problem with the Room

Picture this: You are talking with someone about a problem. A ministry that isn’t growing, a child that isn’t behaving, a wife that isn’t feeling cherished, a pattern where they keep getting fired…and the problem is never in the room.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 19, 2014 |
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Wildfire Evacuation Orders Lifted, California Governor Preparing for Worst

The governor of California warned Sunday that the state was preparing for what could be one of the worst wildfire seasons.

Syrian Civil War Casualties Tops 160,000

As Syria’s civil war continues, the death toll has reached more than 160,000, including 8,600 children, and left millions homeless.

Talks with Iran, Super Powers Stall

Iran and six nations met in Vienna with hopes of coming to an agreement concerning Tehran’s nuclear program. According to Reuters the super powers made little progress as the July 20 deadline looms.

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