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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Fellowship of Christian Athletes for The Christian Post: Called to Something More


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By Sarah Freymuth for The Christian Post

It’s the greatest feeling in the world when we make a team, get selected as captain or hit any milestone worth celebrating. We revel in knowing we’re seen and chosen.

As we’ve been invited to live in every way like Christ, it gets personal when we realize we’re called by God for intimate relationships. He invites us to join Him in the work He’s doing to bring His Kingdom to earth. We’re called to love like Him, lead with courage and make disciples to duplicate the great news of salvation through Jesus.

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D. L. Moody Center for The Western Journal: Christians, Don’t Aim for ‘Less Lost’ – Point Others to the Way That Leads to Resurrection


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By Dr. James Spencer for The Western Journal

What we point people to is just as important as what we point them away from.

As President Joe Biden uses biblical language (“image of God”) to justify his position on the trans movement and Disney goes woke, Christians can easily get caught up in opposing the crisis du jour. We may find ourselves pointing back to the Judeo-Christian ethic, the nuclear family or the Constitution rather than pointing to Christ.

As the world becomes increasingly proficient at creating and promoting stories that deny God, God’s people will likely be tempted to point others toward stories that seem to deny God just a little less.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes for The Christian Post: The 2 most powerful words


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By Dan Britton for The Christian Post

Over the years, I have read, memorized and written hundreds of prayers. One of these prayers has powerfully transformed my life. I usually utter it dozens of times throughout the day — most of the time out loud. It is a simple but powerful two-word prayer that has helped me understand both my weaknesses and God’s strengths. What is this two-word prayer?

“Yes, Lord!”

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U.S. Parents In Education for The Washington Times: Reining in federal agency mission creep


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By Sheri Few for The Washington Times

The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has dominated the media’s attention, even while there was another opinion released at the end of the court’s term with far-reaching implications. This other opinion has received less attention in the wake of the Dobbs opinion, but the decision, handed down June 30, 2022, is portrayed by the media as having curtailed President Biden’s ability to control “climate change.” 

What may have been overlooked by most mainstream media is an incredible precedent that should now be applied to all over-regulators. It is a sound constitutional limit on all federal agencies to stay within their congressionally defined powers.

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D.L. Moody Center for Charisma Media: Horrific Lie From Satan: Don’t Believe Your Prayers Are Insufficient


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By Dr. James Spencer for Charisma Media

In the wake of the latest shooting in Uvalde, Texas, many Christian leaders have called for Christians to pray. For some, prayer has become an empty ritual that conveys a sense of apathy and detachment.

We pray and, having done so, absolve ourselves of doing more. Yet faithful prayer is not empty or passive. It is not an excuse to ignore the world’s suffering. Rather, it is a means of acknowledging that the world is broken beyond our fixing.

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D. L. Moody Center for The Christian Post: When we no longer understand what the word ‘Christian’ means


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By James Spencer for The Christian Post

What if we no longer understand what the word “Christian” means?

I’ve been working with Christian institutions for almost 20 years. Despite their differences, each institution would describe itself as “Christian,” but this description doesn’t provide the clarity one might expect. Rather, I’ve found that some institutional leaders struggle to answer two simple questions: (1) How are you Christian? and (2) Why does it matter? 

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes for The Christian Post: The pitfalls of perfection


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By Sarah Freymuth for The Christian Post

We live in a world where perfection is demanded daily.

Whether it’s an important championship for your team, a presentation at work, an assignment at school, or even maintaining your home and family life – the enormous pressure to be perfect can be all-encompassing. It’s exhausting to keep striving with effort and rely on your performance.

We aren’t made to live like this.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes for The Christian Post: What Are We Longing For?


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By Sarah Freymuth for The Christian Post

We like to be chosen. When we try out for a team, our eyes long to find our name on the final roster. In gym class, we like to be one of the top people picked for whatever game the class is playing. It feels good to be wanted.

If we’re not careful, though, our feelings of wanting to be picked can become all-consuming. We can focus our attention on attracting those around us. If we don’t check ourselves, we can end up with the rise and fall of our feelings based of whether we think people approve of us — or not.

What are we longing for? We want to belong. We want to be seen. We want to know that we have value.

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American Heritage Girls for Charisma News: A Mother’s Divine Calling


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By Patti Garibay for Charisma News

Mother’s Day—a day celebrated annually in the United States on the second Sunday of May. Starting after the death of her beloved mother in 1905, Anna Jarvis conceived of Mother’s Day as a way of honoring the sacrifices mothers made for their children. After many years of dedication and a massive letter-writing campaign to newspapers and prominent politicians by Jarvis, President Woodrow Wilson signed a measure officially establishing the day on the national calendar.

For Christians, motherhood is a divine calling requiring divine mercy and grace. The natural tendency for mothers to protect their children from harm is met with the tension of knowing that their “littles” must eventually be equipped for adult life. Protecting while equipping—a formidable mandate that can only be fulfilled through the power of the Holy Spirit.

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D. L. Moody Center on FOXNews.com: 10 families who are swearing off Disney due to its left-leaning politics


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By Maureen Mackey for FOXNews.com

Some families across the country are reconsidering their previously Disney-friendly stance in their homes or their lives — including the movies, the streaming service, the theme parks and other offerings from the entertainment and media conglomerate. 

That’s partly because Disney’s CEO, Bob Chapek, has opposed a new bill signed into law this week by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis; it’s known as the Parental Rights in Education bill. 

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