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Muslim Protestors Murder Christian Woman in Egypt

Muslim protesters in Egypt reportedly beat and murdered Mary Sameh George, a Coptic Christian, in “retaliation” for recent rulings by an Egyptian court.

Practical Help for the Spiritually Stuck

Do you ever feel spiritually stuck? If so, you’re not alone. Research suggests that 80 percent of North American Christians spend three to four months of the year feeling disconnected from God. As a result, they might become frustrated with the church and they might stop growing in their faith.

Baptist Volunteers Aid Washington Landslide Survivors

The Washington landslide that has caused 24 known deaths is now getting aid from Baptist volunteers.

5-Year-Old Rebuked for Praying at School, Parents Call 'Religious Discrimination'

A 5-year-old girl in Florida was rebuked by a lunchroom worker for praying in her elementary school cafeteria before her meal.

8.2-Magnitude Earthquake Hits the Coast of Chile, 6 Dead

An 8.2-magnitude earthquake hit the northern coast of Chile at 8:46 p.m. local time Tuesday. It struck 60 miles northwest of Iquique, with a stretch of 12.5 miles.

Text While Walking - Apple Says There Might Be An App For That

Apple has filed a trademark to allow videos taken in real time from the rear-facing camera on the device be displayed on the screen so that users can text while walking.

Mississippi Governor to Sign Bill Outlawing Abortion After 20 Weeks

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant plans to sign a bill that will ban abortion at 20 weeks.

Death Toll Increases as Fulani Herdsmen Murder Christians in Nigeria

Fulani herdsmen have destroyed more than 20 churches during attacks on communities in Benue State, Nigeria. The death toll has now surpassed 150.

Mom with Cancer Dies to Protect Unborn Child

Last month, a New York mother made the ultimate sacrifice – foregoing much needed medical treatment to protect the life of her unborn daughter.

Day of Dialogue Helps Students Express Their Biblical Views

About 90 percent of today’s school-age children attend public schools – and they’re discussing a lot more than reading, writing and arithmetic in their classes.

World Vision President Deals with Aftermath of Same-Sex Marriage Decisions

World Vision went back and forth last week about hiring gay, married Christians. President Rich Stearns speaks out about the organization's final decision.

Visual Depiction of Prophets Causes Muslim Countries to Ban 'Noah'

“Noah” was banned last week in Indonesia. The problem is not the story itself, but with the visual representation of prophets.

Teens Worry About Their Financial Future

A new report found that 80 percent of those ages 13 to 17 are worried about finding a job, and more than half are concerned they will end worse off economically than their parents.

Churches, Relief Organizations Respond to Mudslide Victims

In response to the mudslide that has now claimed the lives of at least 24 people, humanitarian aide organizations and churches are leading a helping hand.

UN Releases Catastrophic Climate Change Report, Some Remain Skeptical

A climate change study released by the United Nations warns that global warming will make it more difficult and costly to feed the world’s population.

Kerry Meets with Israeli Prime Minister to Revive Peace Talks with Palestine

John Kerry held two meetings in a period of 12 hours with Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the peace talks with Palestine that had been halted.

Texas Seminary Lists 12 Aspects of 'Biblical Womanhood'

The women’s programs at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary are countering criticism with a “positive” statement of what the Bible says about women’s roles.

Ghastly Revelation Gives Abortion Debate a Moment of Clarity

The news came as a shocker to many: British hospitals were incinerating the remains of aborted and miscarried babies to heat their facilities. How can we not be aghast at this news… at this act committed against these precious little bodies?

It's Supposed to Hurt

Uncoupling is for model trains. People get divorced.

Supreme Court Nears Council Meeting Prayer Decision

The U.S. Supreme Court could decide any day about the Constitutionality of prayer during government meetings in a small New York town.

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