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Burmese Army Attacks Own Refugee Camps

Violence has broken out in Burmese refugee camps. The country’s own military is behind the attacks.

Rehab Center Linked to San Diego Megachurch Accused of Sexual Misconduct

ABC Sober Living, a rehabilitation facility for women recovering from addiction was hit with a lawsuit from six women who claim sexual harassment while staying or working at the center.

Turkey Mining Accident Kills 232, More Trapped Inside Likely Dead

A devastating mine fire in Turkey has killed 232 workers. Authorities say there are about 200 more people still trapped about two-thirds of a mile underground; it is unlikely that there will be any survivors.

Two Ways Dads Can Help Their Children Succeed

Success. How to define it? To many Americans, success means challenging yourself to reach your full potential. It can mean financial stability and the ability to provide for a family. To many in the world, it means reaching a certain level of self-fulfillment. And while there are various ways the above goals can be reached, the fact is that a college diploma remains an important common denominator of the American definition of success in many cases.

Research Claims Married People that Watch Porn More Likely to Commit Adultery

A new study claims that there is a link between people who regularly view pronography and marriage infidelity.

Search Engine Giants Remove Pregnancy Center Ads

Search engine giants Google and Yahoo have removed pro-life ads promoting the services of Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPC) across the nation.

Couples Challenging Alaska Gay Marriage Ban

Alaska will be the next state to join in the gay marriage controversy, as five homosexual couples have filed a lawsuit which condemns the current ban as unconstitutional.

Bobby Jindal, Raised Hindu, Discusses Christian Conversion

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal piqued the interest of influential Republican pastors while in Lynchburg, Virginia to speak at Liberty University’s commencement.

Teens Who Expect to Die Young Are More Likely to Commit Crime

A new study finds that teens who believe they will die young are more likely to commit crimes -- and more serious ones at that.

Nigerian Christians Remain Hopeful amid Persecution

The recent abduction of over 200 girls in Nigeria is bringing to the forefront Christian persecution in the country, Baptist Press reports. But hope is still present.

The Idol of Church Growth

Time to re-think our notions about church growth...

We Need to Love Post-Abortive Women

The video Emily Letts recently made of her abortion was understandably met with shock, horror, sadness and disbelief. In it, the 25-year-old abortion counselor shares her story of facing an unexpected pregnancy, and includes footage of her undergoing the procedure during her first trimester. It is a sobering and painful video to watch. How should those of us who value human life respond?

New York Times: Christian Legal Alliance Gains Ground

Christian legal group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has been gaining attention recently for defending the views of conservative Christians, including the recent case involving Christian prayer at government meetings.

New York Times: Christian Legal Alliance Gains Ground

Christian legal group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has been gaining attention recently for defending the views of conservative Christians, including the recent case involving Christian prayer at government meetings.

Iranian Christians Flock to Germany for Sanctuary from Persecution

More Iranian Christians are emigrating to Germany than ever before to escape religious persecution in their home country.

UN Urged to Tell Catholic Church it Has No Right to Oppose Abortion

An organization in favor of legalized abortion is asking the United Nations Committee Against Torture to tell the Catholic Church that the church cannot stand against abortion.

First Gay NFL Draft Pick Draws Mixed Reaction

Weeks of speculation ended Saturday when the National Football League drafted Michael Sam as the first openly gay football player.

Supreme Court Upheld Prayer at Meetings, Now Courts Take on Crosses Dispute

After last week’s 5-4 decision upholding Christian prayer at government meetings, courts are taking on cases that challenge crosses displayed in public places.

Energy Drinks Linked to Unhealthy Teen Behaviors

For adolescents, sports and energy drink consumption is related to unhealthy behaviors, including smoking and video game use, according to a new study.

Israel Prime Minister Promises to Help Search for Kidnapped Girls

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has promised Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan to aid in the search for the missing schoolgirls.

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