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Thousands of Pro-Life supports gather in National Mall for March for Life

Thousands of Pro-Life supports gather in National Mall for March for Life

Tens of thousands of members of the pro-life community descended upon Washington D.C. for the March for Life Thursday. Centered on this year's theme "...

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

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 ...

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

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 — f...

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Germanwings Pilots refuse to fly after tragedy

Germanwings Pilots refuse to fly after tragedy

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

Flight 4U 9525, an Airbus A320 en route from Barcelona to Düsseldorf, Germany, c...

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Condition Worsens for American Missionary with Ebola

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The condition of Nancy Writebol, a missionary who recently contracted Ebola while serving in Liberia, has worsened, according to SIM (www.simusa.org), the Christian missions organization with which she serves.  She continues her battle against the deadly virus.

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Two Americans Continue Fighting Ebola Virus

CHARLOTTE, N.C., | Christian News Service | -- Two Americans, including a female missionary from Charlotte-based SIM (www.simusa.org), continue their battle to fight off the deadly Ebola virus in Monrovia, Liberia. 

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Christian Sudanese Mother Freed From Islamists

Meriam Yahya IbrahimWASHINGTON -- A Christian woman sentenced to death by a Sudanese court after refusing to recant her faith has at last been permitted to depart Sudan. According to the BCC, Meriam Yahya Ibrahim has flown to Italy with her family and the Italian vice-minister of foreign affairs, where she met with Pope Francis earlier today. The family will travel to the United States, where Ibrahim's husband, Daniel Wani, is a citizen.

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Missile Hits Malaysian Passenger Plane

A Malaysian passenger airline with 283 passengers and 15 crew members aboard was shot down and crashed in rebel-controled eastern Ukraine.

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American Pastors Network: New Reality Show Makes a Mockery of Marriage


PHILADELPHIA—A new reality show called “Married at First Sight” is legally marrying two complete strangers as part of a “social experiment”—all in the name of entertainment.

The show debuted last week on the FYI channel and follows three couples who are thrown into a legal marriage the moment they meet. A sexologist, psychologist, sociologist and spiritual adviser use “scientific matchmaking” to pair up the couples, then watch to see what happens. According to the show’s publicist, the marriages are indeed binding but the couples can have their divorces paid for by the show within six months, if they so choose.

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