CCHF’s Twila Brase in EHR Reporter: Burdensome Regulations Pushing Doctors Out of Medicine

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By Twila Brase | EHR Reporter

According to a recent study from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the nation may face a shortage of nearly 122,000 physicians by 2032, Healthcare Dive has reported.

In part, the article blames the shortage on the “graying” of America, as both medical professionals and patients age, stating that “one-third of active doctors will be older than 65 within the next decade.” Continue reading…

Alex McFarland for CNS News: Abortion Is Taking a Baby’s Life—At Any Stage

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Politicians and Hollywood stars have been quick to decry recently passed heartbeat laws as a “brutal form of oppression” and an “outrage … heinous … and a travesty.”

They are very vocal that a pre-born baby who has a heartbeat should not have the right to live, but once the discussion turns to partial-birth or full-term abortion, the conversation gets a little quieter. Continue reading…

APN President Sam Rohrer for The Christian Post: 5 Things Fathers Can Teach Their Children This Father’s Day

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By Sam Rohrer for The Christian Post | Image from CP

Where are the fathers? A generation ago, the Supreme Court defied the God of heaven and declared legal the murder of our babies—and our fathers were silent. When the Ten Commandments were declared to be poison to our children’s minds—our pastors were silent. When the courts and culture continue to attack God’s model for family by redefining marriage and human sexuality, why is there such continuing silence? Continue reading…


Alex McFarland for LifeZette | ‘God Puts People in Our Path Daily Who Need Him and Need Our Help’

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“Dear Lord, please put someone in my path today I can witness to.” This is a common and very sincere prayer — but new research reveals something interesting.

Although many churchgoers pray for a chance to share the Word of God, rarely do they actually take advantage of opportunities to do so. Continue reading…

Dan Celia for Townhall | My Concern About the US Economy Is Still True Today

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By Dan Celia for | Image from Townhall

More than a year ago, as the economy was moving along at a healthy rate, I warned the American people that “The Freight Train of the Economy Could Be Derailed.” My concern was that as the American economy added more jobs at a steady pace, eventually the time would come when the needed skilled laborers to fill those job openings would meet a dead end. Despite all the strong numbers in the economy, my concern from over a year ago is, in fact, still true today. We need a constant flow of skilled laborers to fill the 7.5 million job openings. Continue reading…

Dan Celia for CBN: Celebrating American Martyrs

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By Dan Celia for CBN | Image from CBN

Not long after the Civil War ended, about 1,000 freed slaves, members of the U.S. Colored Troops, and some locals organized a ceremony to bury Union troops who died due to horrendous conditions at a prison that was formerly a racetrack, reports. They honored the dead by singing hymns and placing flowers on their graves. An archway over the cemetery was engraved with the words “Martyrs of the Race Course.”

In 1968, Congress passed the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, which established Memorial Day as the last Monday in May, in order to create a three-day weekend for federal employees. But Memorial Day didn’t actually become an official federal holiday until 1971. Continue reading…

Alex McFarland for CNS News: Fetal Heartbeat Laws Don’t Take Away a Woman’s Right She Never Had in the First Place

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By Alex McFarland for CNS News

Now that Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has signed her state’s “controversial” heartbeat bill, the spirits of pro-life advocates who want to protect pre-born babies are buoyed, while others are lamenting “lost rights” and protesting with shouts of “My body, my choice!

In fact, some media outlets report that “anti-abortion activists” are winning across the country, as similar measures are underway in MissouriUtah and Louisiana.

This might create ire among the liberal left and Hollywood elite, but I believe the founders who gave us America would applaud these pro-life laws. Continue reading…

Samaritan Ministries’ Dustin Garrett for LifeZette: One Man Copes with the Wrenching Impact of a Girlfriend’s Abortion 20 Years Ago

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As Alabama passes a near-total ban on the procedure, a writer shares how God changed his life after tragedy — and led him to service to others

By Dustin Garrett for | Image from LifeZette

Helping to pay for my girlfriend’s abortion 20 years ago at the age of 14 seemed like the right thing to do at the time.

It would get rid of a bad situation in our lives; we wouldn’t have to deal with the “problem” anymore. After all, we were told — and we believed at the time — that having a baby at our age would “ruin your lives.” Continue reading…

Sam Rohrer for CNS News: Biblical Reasons to Honor Mom This Mother’s Day

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By Sam Rohrer by CNS News

This Sunday, the nation will celebrate Mother’s Day. Honoring our mothers is important not only to them, but also to us and to God.

Our moms hold a most special place in our hearts. Regardless of their education, talents or accomplishments, they’re special because they carried us in their wombs, and then gave us life. They fed us, bathed us, and nurtured us when we were helpless and needy. We are from them and literally part of them. Continue reading…

Mark Biltz for CBN News: Replacing Israel with Anti-Semitism in the Church, and What It Means for the End Times

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By Mark Biltz for CBN News | Image from CBN

Just about every Christian denomination in every country and culture has a different profile of Jesus. If you do an internet image search for “Jesus,” you will likely find a Hispanic Jesus, an African Jesus, and a Caucasian Jesus. And if you did an image search for “baby Jesus” online, you’d find a Chinese mother and child, a European mother and child, a Native American mother and child, and many others. Continue reading…