Monthly Archives: June 2018

US NAVY CHAPLAINS LOOKING TO ADAPT IT’S TRAINING FOR MILLENNIALS

Sales The US Navy is looking for ways to adapt its training for Millennials, including getting them excited about something bigger than themselves, like God. But how do you get Millennials, or those who’ve never step foot inside of a church, excited about Jesus? It’s a common problem facing many churches across the country. “We grew up in the cookie

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THE MAGICAL BIRTH CANAL

Choice42 (Choice for Two) is a Canadian non-profit organization. They are a pro-woman, pro-baby and pro-life. They aim to change public opinion about the humanity and value of babies in the womb, while providing support to women who are faced with unplanned pregnancy. Their website includes Canada’s largest nation-wide database of pregnancy help resources. Choice42 encourages women to be fully educated

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THOUSANDS OF CHRISTIANS FLOCK TO AT&T STADIUM FOR HARVEST AMERICA

ARLINGTON — As a Christian rock band finished its last song, pastor Greg Laurie strode onto the stage to thunderous applause Sunday at AT&T Stadium. Some of the tens of thousands of faithful attending Harvest America  had been waiting for more than four hours to hear the Southern California preacher, and the moment had finally arrived. “I’m not here tonight to talk to

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SUPREME COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF CHRISTIAN BAKER

WASHINGTON — Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker and a devout Christian, can return to the job he once loved but was forced to quit after a years-long legal battle pitted religious liberty advocates against supporters of same-sex marriage. In a 7-2 ruling Monday, the Supreme Court agreed with Phillips, saying the state of Colorado overstepped its legal limits by trying to

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The Arizona Department of Education is considering implementing new science standards for its high school curriculum

The Arizona Department of Education is considering implementing new science standards for its high school curriculum, including altering several references to evolution. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas says the changes would reflect that parts of evolution are only theory and not scientific fact. While Douglas personally believes in creationism, she told KTVK-TV that her beliefs about intelligent design are not

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