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‘Dad, what is abortion?’

‘Dad, what is abortion?’

As a parent, you don’t always get to pick the perfect moments for discussing life’s big issues with your children. In fact, sometimes they take place at the absolute worst times — like on a Sunday morning, when you and …

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America’s extreme abortion laws

Supreme Court

We know what the majority on the Supreme Court thinks about abortion. But increasingly, the court of public opinion is issuing a different ruling. It hasn’t even been a month since the Supreme Court handed down a decision many saw …

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Christian college board considers membership requirements

Eastern Mennonite University

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) board of directors is considering recommendations for new membership and affiliate guidelines during meetings this week, amid differences over same-sex marriage hiring policies. The regular July board meeting — …

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Violence in South Sudan forces evacuations

Fulaa Lifeline International

Funds urgently needed to help suffering children.  JUBA, SUDAN — The South Sudanese civil war has flared up again in the capital city of Juba. Fulaa Lifeline International reports that at least 300 deaths have occurred since July 8, while …

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Planned Parenthood backs down from Mormon condom fight

Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood in Utah dropped plans to distribute condoms printed with a Mormon symbol after backlash from the conservative Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). The abortion giant said on Wednesday the condoms with the LDS symbol were …

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No Christianity, no hospitals


Don’t take Christian contributions for granted. A recent poll by the Pew Research Center found that the percentage of Americans who “think” that religion plays a role in solving important social problems “has fallen significantly” in the past fifteen years. …

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