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Proclaiming God's promise – not 'pride'

Proclaiming God's promise – not 'pride'

Proclaiming God's promise – not 'pride'
PTC: Holding out hope for the family at FCC

PTC: Holding out hope for the family at FCC

PTC: Holding out hope for the family at FCC
Is Trump 'seducing' evangelical leaders?

Is Trump 'seducing' evangelical leaders?

Is Trump 'seducing' evangelical leaders?
McDonald's drive-thru: 'I ain't servin' no police!'

McDonald's drive-thru: 'I ain't servin' no police!'

McDonald's drive-thru: 'I ain't servin' no police!'
Who is 'wicked'? Billionaire's got it backwards

Who is 'wicked'? Billionaire's got it backwards

Who is 'wicked'? Billionaire's got it backwards
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Canada tells African nations to abort their future

Canada tells African nations to abort their future

Charlie Butts
Friday, July 21, 2017
Canada is pushing ahead its contraception-abortion agenda as an economic solution for Africa.
Ray Comfort: There's a better way than suicide

Ray Comfort: There's a better way than suicide

Bill Bumpas
Friday, July 21, 2017
A popular evangelist has produced a new movie that addresses the appeal of suicide and how to solve this problem.
Americans not 'plugging in' to electric cars – why is that?

Americans not 'plugging in' to electric cars – why is that?

Chris Woodward
Friday, July 21, 2017
Despite reports of rising demand for electric cars, interest has so far been weak in the United States.
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Faith under fire

Faith under fire

Friday, July 21, 2017
We have learned in the last six months (after the left appeased Russia for the last eight years) that the left thinks it is forbidden to meet with Russians. Now we are being told that it is also forbidden for key government leaders to meet with Christians.
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PA school targeted for Planned Parenthood clinic

PA school targeted for Planned Parenthood clinic

Bob Kellogg
Friday, July 21, 2017
A public school board in Pennsylvania is considering whether Planned Parenthood will be allowed to operate a so-called resource center in one of their schools.
PTC: Holding out hope for the family at FCC

PTC: Holding out hope for the family at FCC

Bill Bumpas
Friday, July 21, 2017
The FCC should have all its leadership positions filled soon following Senate confirmation hearings next week – and the Parents Television Council hopes the result will be an agency that advocates for the family.
Thomas More helps pro-lifers sue their school

Thomas More helps pro-lifers sue their school

Bob Kellogg
Friday, July 21, 2017
Two students who started a pro-life club at a Pennsylvania public high school have gone to court over the school's requirements.
Voters weary of 'Russia! Russia! Russia!'

Voters weary of 'Russia! Russia! Russia!'

Chad Groening
Friday, July 21, 2017
A pro-family activist and political analyst says he is not surprised that American voters are still ignoring the left-wing media's obsession with Russia and the Trump administration.
A doomed doomsday prediction: Too many people

A doomed doomsday prediction: Too many people

Chris Woodward
Friday, July 21, 2017
Yet another study suggests families can fight climate change by reducing the number of children but a longtime skeptic calls it more scare-mongering.
Ray Comfort: There's a better way than suicide

Ray Comfort: There's a better way than suicide

Bill Bumpas
Friday, July 21, 2017
A popular evangelist has produced a new movie that addresses the appeal of suicide and how to solve this problem.
Canada tells African nations to abort their future

Canada tells African nations to abort their future

Charlie Butts
Friday, July 21, 2017
Canada is pushing ahead its contraception-abortion agenda as an economic solution for Africa.
Ministries teaming up, helping out following WI floods

Ministries teaming up, helping out following WI floods

Bill Bumpas
Friday, July 21, 2017
Relief workers are aiding of flood victims in Wisconsin where some parts of the Badger State are dealing with historic rainfall.
Americans not 'plugging in' to electric cars – why is that?

Americans not 'plugging in' to electric cars – why is that?

Chris Woodward
Friday, July 21, 2017
Despite reports of rising demand for electric cars, interest has so far been weak in the United States.

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