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Teen Girls Twice as Likely to Suffer Depression than Boys

According to a new study, girls are nearly twice as likely than boys to experience bouts of depression and anxiety in their teenage years.

Later School Starting Time Improves Sleep in Teens

Later school start times is linked to improved sleep and mood in teens, according to new research.

Campaign Calls Christians to Recognize the Image of God in Gays, Liberals, and Every Human

A new campaign launched by prominent Evangelical leaders is intended to “change the discussion” on cultural battles. But the message may already be getting lost.

America's Complicated Support for Israel

A recent interview with a former high-ranking official in the Obama administration has many college students concerned.

Returning to a Culture of Life

It’s hard to think back to a time when the majority of the culture was as acutely aware of life inside the womb as it is now. Think about it this way: thanks to ultrasound technology, it’s commonplace to see pictures of preborn babies.

Churches Attacked in Sri Lanka

Police have identified the individuals who attacked two churches in Sri Lank on Sunday.

Colorado Abortion Bill Under Fire

Rep. Steve Humphrey, a Republican representative in Colorado, introduced a bill last week that would make abortion a felony in Colorado.

Younger Christians Less Supportive of Death Penalty

One day after the state of Ohio executed a man for murder (Jan. 16), a new poll shows younger Christians are not as supportive of the death penalty as older members of their faith.

  • Jonathan Merritt |
  • January 20, 2014 |
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Annual March for Life Reaches a New Group: Evangelicals

This year the march will feature one headliner most evangelicals can recognize: Focus on the Family founder James Dobson.

  • Sarah Pulliam Bailey |
  • January 20, 2014 |
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Kenneth Bae Urges U.S. to Help Secure His Release

Kenneth Bae, a U.S. citizen being held in North Korea, said in a statement Monday he had committed a “serious crime” against North Korea. He urged the United States to cooperate with North Korea to secure his release.

Would Martin Luther King Be Heard Today?

With today's worldview, would the famed "Letter from Birmingham Jail" have had the same lasting impression?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 20, 2014 |
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Marriage Still the Best Hope to Combat Poverty

Focus on the Family has long promoted an important truth: men, women and children do better when they are part of a family knit together by marriage. There’s a mountain of research that helps prove this claim, showing that marriage does more than any other single factor to protect families against poverty and financial hardships.

Information Balloons Dropped Over North Korea

Fourteen balloons filled with U.S. $1 bills, pamphlets about democracy and USBs holding Wikipedia data flew over North Korea this week.

Religious Freedom Day Highlights Increased Restrictions

On Thursday, February 16, President Obama issued a proclamation observing Religious Freedom Day.

What's Hot? 01/17/14

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

National Sanctity of Human Life Day

Located in Grand Rapids, MI, Bethany Christian Services recognizes January as National Sanctity of Human Life month.

Did You Know This About Seahawks’ Derrick Coleman?

Here in Colorado all eyes will be on Sunday’s AFC Championship game between our hometown Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots. But following that contest is another marquee matchup. The Seattle Seahawks will be playing the San Francisco 49ers for the right to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Regardless of which team you’re rooting for, I think you’ll be inspired by the story of 23-year-old Seattle fullback Derrick Coleman.

More Than 11 Million Young People Have Fled Facebook Since 2011

A new report confirms that Facebook is losing its appeal with teenagers and young adults.

Wanted: A New Ambassador-At-Large For Religious Freedom

It’s been three months since the Rev. Suzan Johnson Cook resigned as the State Department’s religious freedom watchdog, and those who decry religious persecution in Syria.

Human Rights Improving in China?

China has long been the epicenter of human rights clashes. But recent developments have given some observers reason for hope.

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