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Why is today the National Day of Prayer?

Why is today the National Day of Prayer?

In 1775, the Second Continental Congress issued a proclamation recommending a day of "humiliation, fasting, and prayer" to be observed by the Colonies...

Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto: Hostages killed in US anti-terror mission

Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto: Hostages killed in US anti-terror mission

President Barack Obama announced Thursday two innocent hostages held by al-Qaeda were accidentally killed in a U.S. anti-terror mission.

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Alabama-based foundation carries battle to Supreme Court

Alabama-based foundation carries battle to Supreme Court

MONTGOMERY, Ala., -- The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama-based legal foundation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty under the Constitut...

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Tom Brady and the 'win at all costs' mentality

Tom Brady and the 'win at all costs' mentality

11 DAYS AGO  |  Dr. Jim Denison, Christian Press Columnist

Tom Brady is arguably football's biggest star. Winner of four Super Bowl rings a...

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Judges' conference to focus on victim-centered rather than criminal approach to human trafficking

Understanding and instituting a victim-centered rather than a criminal approach to human trafficking is the aim of the Judges' Conference on Domestic Human HUMAN TRAFFICKINGTrafficking, an event sponsored by The Samaritan Women (www.thesamaritanwomen.org) that will gather nationally recognized anti human trafficking experts here from across the country on Feb. 20.

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ExtinguishIntolerance.com Campaign Calls on Atlanta Mayor to Reinstate Ousted Fire Chief

Faith Driven Consumer launches petition campaign asking Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed to apologize for discriminating against Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran — fired simply for expressing his protected religious convictions — and reinstate him immediately

Faith Driven Consumer — the advocacy organization representing 41 million Christian consumers who spend $2 trillion annually, has earned national Kelvin Cochranrecognition for its successful efforts advocating for tolerance and equality for people of faith. Last year, the group's #IStandWithPhil campaign led the grassroots movement that returned Phil Robertson to Duck Dynasty, its #FlipThisDecision campaign compelled SunTrust bank to reverse a decision to fire the Benham brothers for expressing their religious beliefs, and its #HoustonWeHaveAProblem effort resulted in an apology by Houston’s mayor for discriminating against a group of area pastors and a withdrawal of subpoenas that had been issued against them.

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Slain NYPD officer's alma mater to grant posthumous degree to the aspiring chaplain


The college where slain officer Rafael "Ralph" Ramos was an online student preparing to be a chaplain will grant their rafael ramosstudent his degree posthumously.

"It's only right," said President Michael Adams of Faith Evangelical College and Seminary, located in Tacoma, Washington. "Officer Ramos was a very good student, earnest, dedicated. He was just two courses away from completing his program and he deserves to finish."

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NSearch Technology announces new Bible Speaking series "God's Word Speaks"

DALLAS, TX, |Christian News Service| -- Dallas-based NSearch Technology, Inc., an e-commerce and media company, announced it has officially NSearchlaunched God's Word Speaks, a through the Bible speaking by Jeff Osburn, President and Chairman of the board of NSearch Technology, Inc.

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New documentary helps victims of human trafficking heal

BALTIMORE, Md. – Jeanne Allert, founder of The Samaritan Women (www.thesamaritanwomen.org), is a modern-day abolitionist featured in the upcoming documentary “In Samaritan's WomenPlain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom”, where she shares critical steps for healing of those who have been victims of human trafficking in the United States.  

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