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Prayer in the Hour of Despair

Jesus' suffering did not commence with His flogging or with His slow, agonizing march to Calvary. Scripture tells us that the Lord suffered during His dark hours in Gethsemane, the place where He "began to be grieved and distressed" (Matt. 26:37).

Today’s Hindu Calendar – April 18, 2014 – Tithi, Vrat, Good Time, Nakshatra, Rashi and Festival

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Tithi in Hindu Calendar on April 18, 2014 (Today) – Krishna Paksha Tritiya Tithi or the third day during the waning phase of moon in...

Stoplight: Life and Death and…

An incomplete sentence in a news article leads to a compelling reminder of what Resurrection Sunday is really all about. Thanks for sharing Stoplight® with your friends. Enjoy our videos? • Be the first to know when they come out: Subscribe. • Keep the videos coming: Donate. • Watch this video on YouTube. • Browse […]

Pro-Lifers Stop Pro-Abortion Bill in Colorado

Thanks to the efforts of pro-life citizens, a dangerous pro-abortion bill was killed in the Colorado Legislature. SB 175 would have enshrined abortion into state law making it impossible to pass commonsense pro-life measures. Passage...Show More Summary

Appeals Court Hears Oklahoma Same-Sex Marriage Case

Another same-sex marriage case came before a federal appeals court in Denver this week. Two women are challenging Oklahoma’s constitutional amendment, which was passed in 2004 by 76 percent of voters. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of appeals also heard a case involving same-sex marriage in Utah earlier in the week. It’s not clear when […]

The House Retirements That 'Might' Matter in November

The retirement of Rep. Tom Petri (R, WI-6) means that 41 members of the House are leaving the lower chamber at the end of this Congress in order to either exit public life or run for another office.

North Carolina: ACLU Employs New Strategy in Second Marriage Lawsuit

CitizenLink is proud to work with the North Carolina Family Policy Council and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state. by Alysse ElHage The effort to force the redefinition of marriage on North Carolina escalated last week with […]

Easter Hope; Based on Facts of History

Jesus sells. That's why they have cover stories on Him in magazines and TV specials, even if some of them offer strange theories to try to explain away things like the original Easter.

What’s The Matter?|My Brother’s Wife and My Husband Exchange Friendly Glances

Question: I am happily married to my husband for 11 years. We have three children together. My siblings and I usually get together along with our spouses. We are a practicing family. My brother and his wife are less practicing. When we gather, we try as much as possible to sit separately. However, sometimes it...

British Muslims to the World: We are Happy

Muslims. Dance-off. I didn't think I'd live to see those two things juxtaposed. But what's happening on both sides of the Atlantic seems to be just that. After release of the notorious 'Somewhere in America' by a group of hipsters (called Mipsters featuring all women), the Brits have come out with their own rendition...

Clemson University Rejects Atheists' Allegations Against Football Program

Clemson University officials are countering an atheist group's accusations that it's imposing Christian beliefs on student athletes who participate in the football program. The university says the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation is "mistaken" in its claim that football coach Dabo Swinney is pushing his beliefs on members of the Tigers team.

Former Lesbian Turned Christian to Advise Hispanic Pastors on LGBT Issues at First Una Voz (One Voice) Conference

Janet Boynes, a former lesbian turned Christian author and public speaker is set to address a crowd of Hispanic evangelical pastors at the Una Voz (One Voice) convention in San Diego later this month where she will discuss the church's response to LGBT issues.

Mayor Tells Atheist He Can’t Have a ‘Reason Station’ in City Hall, but the Christian ‘Prayer Station’ Can Stay

IF you were to walk into the Warren, Michigan city hall, you would see a Prayer Center, a kiosk of sorts with pamphlets about God, manned by Christians eager to proselytize. So when resident Douglas Marshall filled out an application...Show More Summary

No, Richard Dawkins Is Not Really Leading People to Jesus

In what appears to be a serious piece in The Telegraph, columnist Damian Thompson thinks Richard Dawkins is "leading people to Jesus" because this one friend of his (who clearly isn't a Dawkins fan) started going to the Catholic Church after opening up a copy of The God Delusion... Show More Summary

Ahead of North American premiere of “Vara”, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche talks movie-making, rock music, film violence, and more

It’s no simple matter juggling life as an internationally in-demand Buddhist teacher, while also satisfying the schedules for directing and promoting a major film. “I’m so bad at managing time,” Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche told the Wall Street Journal‘s David Walter, lamenting that he missed the world premiere last October of his latest project, Vara: A […]

A Shameful Day in Evangelical Christian Publishing

For many years now, publishers have been releasing books that claim that the Bible does not oppose committed homosexual relationships. That is nothing new. But it is a sad and shameful day when a major Christian publisher releases such a book and claims that it is a solid evangelical publication. Show More Summary

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