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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the way of the world. As it penetrates industries across commerce, the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) shows Christian educators may not be as prepared to show that way as they would like. The national organization pursues excellence in K-12 Christian education worldwide. Recently, ACSI commissioned a survey from Cardus…

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Deaf Missions reports, “roughly 98% of the worldwide population of Deaf people have never encountered the real Jesus. What is the number one issue Deaf people face when it comes to knowing Jesus? The answer boils down to two words: communication barriers.” 68 out of 70 million Deaf people do not know Jesus. To address…

The new Spirit-focused Global Women’s Alliance, which Empowered21 (E21) launched earlier this month, is a new organization intended to cultivate relationships among “Godly women,” establish paths for women’s leadership development and create collaborative opportunities for women around the world. Its leaders hope to make a positive difference for Spirit-led Christianity. “Empowered21 is a global relational…

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With a little data mining, a reputable survey shows more Christians are thriving in their spiritual growth despite other declining metrics, as per the latest market research conducted by the American Bible Society. By analyzing key indicators from their annual report, State of the Bible 2024, we focus on the buried optimism within the slumps.…

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Among the 6,000 institutions of higher education in America, nearly 1 of 6 are labeled as Christian colleges and universities. Education with a Bible-centric perspective is important for millions of believers nationwide, but are Christians taking advantage of those options nationwide? On the heels of the Asbury Revival in 2023, Christian colleges and universities reported…

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The revered Billy Graham, known as “America’s Pastor,” will be honored on May 16 with a statue at the U.S. Capitol commemorating his life in ministry. On February 21, 2018, William Franklin “Billy” Graham, Jr., died at age 99, leaving a legacy of serving God’s children and his country. Since World War II, he has…

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Integrity Music artist Sarah Kroger, who previously released “Your Time,” “Hallelujah Is Our Song”, and “London Sessions,” returns with a new collection of personal and corporate worship songs on May 17. “A New Reality” is the singer-songwriter’s first release in four years and a testament to not only the enduring power of worship but the…

Malone Becomes First Black Woman to Assume Top Office The United Methodist Church (UMC) has reversed anti-gay policies, including a 40-year-old provision that outlawed gay clergy and a 52-year-old policy that condemned homosexuality. UMC’s General Conference also has passed a preliminary vote on restructuring the worldwide church. The LGBTQ+ legislation removed – without debate —…

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Not since the Holocaust has there been a more brutal attack against the Jewish people, and on May 5, two pro-Israeli organizations will introduce some of the October 7, 2023 survivors for “Solidarity Sunday.” The historic event is presented by Eagles’ Wings and Moral Hearts Alliance. Together, they are introducing churches nationwide to meet some…

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Over the decades, the number of people with a “Biblical worldview,” or the viewpoint that ethics and morals are guided by the Word of God, has steadily decreased. A recent study from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University suggests that the number may have reached an all-time low: 66% of U.S. adults consider…

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