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U.S. Launches Religious Liberty Task Force

The U.S. announced the creation of a Religious Liberty Task Force at the Department of Justice to protect people of faith in the country, reports Premier.

Human trafficking in Michigan: Two women’s stories

Mary, 31, a stay-at-home mom, is a survivor of child sex trafficking. The nightmare encompassed 13 years of her childhood.

88% of Christians in the U.S. Share Faith Via Online Posts

A new survey by the Barna Group showed that 88% of believers in the U.S. share their faith through personal posts in their social media accounts.

What Does God Look Like? Here’s What U.S. Christians Answered

A recent survey of the University of North Carolina found that the majority of American Christians envision God as young, Caucasian, and male.

Honoring Our Vets: American Legion Gears Up for 100 Years of Service

American’s veterans have done everything asked of them in their mission to serve our great nation. In the spirit of celebrating America’s birthday, it seems fitting to also honor an organization embarking upon 100 years of service to our veterans and this country: The American Legion.

Last U.S. Toys R Us Store to Close Friday

The last of the Toys R Us stores in the U.S. will close tomorrow (Friday, June 29th). For many of us it will be a sad goodbye to a pillar of our childhood.

Study Suggests Going to Church Promotes Better Sleep

A new study found that people who are active with the church tend to sleep better compared to people who are non-religious.

Proverbs 31 Ministry Hosts Writers Conference in July

“My life is like an open book.” Many of us have heard people use this expression. It is, in some ways, a metaphor for a person whose thoughts are easily...

Trump commended for halt to border family separations

Several Southern Baptist leaders commended President Trump's executive order Wednesday (June 20) addressing the separation of children from parents at the United States-Mexico border.

Catholic Schools Foster Self-Discipline Among Students

A new study shows that Catholic schools promote self-discipline among students better compared to public and private schools.
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Videos of students from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky went viral on social media over the weekend as they seemed to mock a Native American elder

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Big Daddy Weave Kicks Off Alive Tour in February

“Everything that has been shaken will be shaken.’” But now he said he feels like Big Daddy Weave is coming out on the other side, entering a new season of life and a season of ministering from a place they haven’t been before.