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Here’s a video with stunning audio that makes up for the lack of visuals — as you hear for yourself the tornado ripping through the Fastrip convenience store near Range Line Road. Then, the second video shows where it all happened. Isaac […]

  One of the criticisms that some Protestants raise against Catholics from time to time is that the Vatican doesn’t emphasize Bible reading. Such critics may have been startled when this week, Pope Benedict XVI urged 20,000 people filling St. […]

“We have lost many of our freedoms in America because we have been asleep,” says Mrs. Shirley Dobson, chairman of the National Day of Prayer 2011. “I feel if we do not become involved and support the annual National Day […]

When Prince William and commoner Kate Middleton walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey on Friday, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the Church of England, will be waiting for them at the altar. A few days […]

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff asked the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday to intervene in a case deciding the constitutionality of memorial crosses honoring fallen state troopers.  Shurtleff requested that the high court issue an opinion on the case after the […]

Recent surveys have found that three out of ten prospective employees admit to having stolen from their previous employer! 22 percent of workers feel that stealing from their company is “sometimes justified.” 33 percent of employees surveyed confessed to falsely […]

The U.S. Constitution does not forbid the President from declaring a National Day of Prayer. That’s the ruling of the 7th U.S. Court of Appeals, located in Chicago, overturning a lower court’s ruling that found the event unconstitutional. Furthermore, the court seemed […]

Awww, this is just so darn cute! This pup pauses before eating to offer thanks! And can this be? What fun! Another one: Click here to see another pup who knows to say grace!

“One night I had worked hard to help a mother in the labor ward; but in spite of all we could do, she died, leaving us with a tiny, premature baby and a crying two-year-old daughter,” recounts veteran African missionary […]

Nine Hawaiian lawmakers recently gathered on the floor of their state senate, bowed their heads and continued an American tradition older than our nation itself.   They prayed. “Nine senators gathered near the Hawaiian flag on the senate floor, joined […]

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