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Writing on USA Today‘s editorial page, attorney Jay Sekulow says “New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s decision not to invite clergy of any faith to commemorate the anniversary Sunday at Ground Zero is a mistake.” The move is deeply offensive […]

What a fun, but inspiring video clip! This canine knows what we’re supposed to do before having breakfast! That’s right, we’re supposed to thank our Almighty Father for His incredible love for us … and ask for His strength not […]

More than 2,000 people from Second Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, showed up at a park in the heart of Houston a few days ago to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. What? Dancing Baptists? Isn’t that a contradiction in terms? […]

What if the Lord moved you to take your testimony to the beach? And to build sandcastles for Him? That’s the unlikely mission of Randy Hofman. He’s been creating stunning Christian sand sculptures along the Ocean City, Maryland, boardwalk for […]

Insurance customers in California should thank God for David Axene. A scheduled 39 percent rate hike was averted by the mathematician who from his hospital bed discovered a major insurer had made serious errors in predicting its costs. The 60-year-old will tell you candidly that he […]

Twelve-year-old Nicholas Vossler knew what he needed after he was attacked by a shark off of Matagorda Island, Texas. “Mom,” the boy gasped as his stunned mom held him in her arms, “you need to start praying.” A tough sixth […]

  Three national veterans groups have complained that officials at the Houston National Cemetery have defied a federal judge’s order to quit censoring prayer and banning the words “God” and “Jesus” from funeral services. Despite a Memorial Day court order, local veterans say the Department of […]

There wasn’t an empty seat or a dry eye in Medina Valley High School’s football stadium Saturday night as valedictorian Angela Hildenbrand humbly raised her eyes to heaven and thanked God. She had been barred from doing so by a federal judge. However, […]

Graduating high school senior Angela Hildrenbrand says she’s willing to go to jail if that’s what it takes to be allowed to thank Jesus as her Lord and Savior during her valedictorian speech this weekend. The Texas State Attorney General […]

A federal judge has told federal veterans officials that they have no business telling anybody how to pray – and must drop their ban on prayers that conclude “in Jesus’ name.” U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes told the director of […]

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