Large Pro-Life March in Virginia Gets Little or No Press Coverage


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By Robert Knight of Timothy Plan for LifeZette.com | Image from LifeZette

On a perfect, cloudless spring day in Richmond, Virginia, thousands of pro-life protesters marched around the state capitol building against a bill that would allow abortion up to the moment of birth.

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The American Pastors Network for The Christian Post: Does God always answer prayer?


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By Sam Rohrer for The Christian Post

“O Lord, how long shall I cry for help, and you will not hear?”

This was the prayer of the biblical prophet, Habakkuk—crying out for God to hear him. Sometimes, even those with a deep relationship with God question whether He is listening. In Habakkuk’s situation, God promised His answer was on the way. Though he could not see a response at that moment, the Lord had a plan that would perfectly address the prophet’s situation.

We often find ourselves wondering whether God will answer our concerns. Whether our health, a job situation, concerns regarding a loved one or solutions to the nation’s problems, we want to see change now. Yet the Lord’s timing is best. He is never early or late. His answer arrives on time, and in His perfect time. He is listening—and will answer—in ways beyond our understanding. As Paul wrote, God can do more than we ask or imagine.

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Timothy Plan for The Christian Post: The passion behind biblically responsible investing


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By Robert Knight for The Christian Post

In 2018, Timothy Plan founder Art Ally’s daughter, Cheryl, penned an article, “Why Art Ally Is Not THE Expert on Biblically Responsible Investing.” She briefly traced family history and offered some thoughts about why Timothy Plan was an idea whose time had come: “One thing you could count on is my dad never settled for mediocrity. He always looked ahead to see how he could improve his knowledge—and his family’s income. But it came at a cost—way too many moves and financial roles,” Cheryl remembers. “Since I was pretty much the only child at this point, I experienced all of the pro-life rallies and events my parents dragged me to. I honestly had no idea how awful abortion was. He cared for the unborn and was hoping it would impact me in some way.

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Stephen E. Strang for The Stream: Nearly 90% of Evangelicals Think Trump Impeachment Hearings Are a ‘Witch Hunt’ or a ‘Waste of Time and Money’


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By Stephen E. Strang for The Stream | Image from The Stream

A brand-new poll by Charisma News has found that as of Nov. 15, nearly 90% of Evangelicals are calling impeachment hearings either “a witch hunt” (62%) or “a waste of time and money” (28.3%). Only 5% say it’s a “valid course of action,” and another 5% say it is to “hold Trump accountable.”

As the impeachment dominates nearly every headline and evening news sound bite, President Donald Trump impeachment talk is louder than ever. Of course, this is nothing new. The week after a whistleblower repeated secondhand information that President Trump’s conversation with the president of Ukraine was an impeachable offense, former Gov. Mike Huckabee said in his monologue on his TV program in late September: “I thought that’s what we’ve had ever since he got sworn in.”

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The American Family Association for Lifezette: War on Christmas Is Already Happing This Season


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By Faithzette Staff for Lifezette

There is already a “war” taking place on the Christmas holiday this year.

This, despite the fact that the country hasn’t even celebrated Thanksgiving yet.

A new Action Alert from the American Family Association that was shared with LifeZette on Friday indicates that the Christmas tree in the rotunda of the Wisconsin Capitol in Madison — as of this year — will be called a “holiday” tree, not a Christmas tree.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes for The Christian Post: Fellowship of Christian Athletes celebrates 65 years of seeing the world transformed by Jesus


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By Shane Williamson for The Christian Post | Image from The Christian Post

I love hearing stories of impact and life change that result from a Fellowship of Christian Athletes experience. Over the past several months, coaches and athletes from all walks of life have shared stories about how God used FCA Camp, a time of inspiration and perspiration, to transform lives. When I add this up over more than six decades of ministry, all I can say is, “Wow!”

This month, FCA is celebrating our 65th anniversary, and we’re grateful for the men and women who pioneered this ministry. We’re bearing the fruit of a rich history of faithful servants who believed God wanted to use the vehicle of sports to introduce competitors to Christ. It’s an honor for myself and our team of close to 2,000 staff members to continue this legacy and take the vision into future generations.

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Timothy Plan for CBNNews.com: Want to Encourage More Giving? Get Thee to Church


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By Robert Knight for CBNNews.com

Those who cheer the idea of a more secularized America might want to consider the consequences for charity.

People who identify as religious are often the glue that holds communities together, accounting for a lion’s share of giving to the poor, volunteering and other signs of a caring community.

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Samaritan Ministries International for American Thinker: Why primary care costs a trillion dollars more than it should


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By Dr. Robert Berry for American Thinker

As a Direct Primary Care physician in Greeneville, Tennessee, who has not accepted health insurance for over 18 years, I have been in a unique position to see how insurance for nonemergency outpatient medical care not only increases our country’s debt but also how it stifles our overall economy leading to reduced tax revenues from which to resolve this debt.

Americans carry insurance for unexpected catastrophes such as car accidents, burned houses, and inpatient hospital care. We don’t purchase it for routine car or home maintenance, so why do we have it for everyday medical care? The reason is, unlike other insurance, it is a pre-tax expense enjoyed primarily by large and medium-sized corporations that exert a large amount of political influence.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes for CBNNews.com: ‘You First!’ What Salvation Army’s General Booth and Paul the Apostle Had in Common


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By Dan Britton for CBNNews.com | Image from CBNNews.com

“Don’t be selfish; don’t try to impress others. Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves. Don’t look out for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too.”— Philippians 2:3-4 

Recently, my friend was watching his two grandkids playing at his house. Six-year-old Sophie turned to her brother who wanted to play the game first and explained, “You can go first … after me!”

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Southern Evangelical Seminary for Townhall: The War on Religion


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By Dr. Richard Land for Townhall | Image from Townhall

There is a coordinated and powerful assault on religion in America from modern secularists and progressives driven by the complete moral relativism that defines their worldviews. This sustained assault was recently described eloquently by Attorney General William Barr in a wonderful speech delivered at the Notre Dame Law School: “Secularists, and their allies among the ‘progressives,’ have marshaled all the force of mass communications, popular culture, the entertainment industry and academia, in an unremitting assault on religion and traditional values. These instruments are used not only to affirmatively promote secular orthodoxy, but also drown out and silence opposing voices and to attack viciously and hold up to ridicule any dissenters.”

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