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Hillary: Unborn Children Don't Have Constitutional Rights

On Sunday, Hillary Clinton told Chuck Todd that no unborn child has constitutional rights. The unborn person doesn't have constitutional rights, under our current laws, said Clinton. She also said that the woman's right to make decisions is most important when it comes to abortion. Most notable perhaps is Clinton's use of person. Oftentimes, when talking about a woman's right to choose, pro-choicers will use terminology that suggests the unborn is not a person or human, but a fetus. Watch the clip here:

Obama: Because of God's Love, We Don't Have to Be Afraid

Yesterday was Barack Obama's last Easter Prayer Breakfast as president of the United States. As he has every year since he took office, he opened the breakfast with a talk—a sermon, almost. He directly referenced the recent ISIS attacks in Brussells, Belgium. "These attacks can foment fear and division. They can tempt us to cast out the stranger, strike out against those who don’t look like us, or pray exactly as we do," he said. Clearly addressing the heightened suspicions of refugees and even Muslims here in the U.S., the president said that the sacrifice of Jesus, culminating in Easter, is the very reason people need not fear. He said, Scripture tells us, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.” Because of God’s love, we can proclaim “Christ is risen!” Because of God’s love, we have been given this gift of salvation. Because of Him, our hope is not misplaced, and we don’t have to be afraid. And as Christians have said through the years, “We are Easter people, and Alleluia is our song!” We are Easter people, people of hope and not fear. You can watch the full talk right here:

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A Christian woman who records herself confronting those she perceives to be against her faith has taken aim at the Easter Bunny.

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Evolution as a Moral Metaphor

Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.

Andrew W.K. Is Founding a New Political Party

If you're sick and tired of this broken two-party system, singer-songwriter Andrew W.K. is asking for your support to establish a new political party. Not one established on the dogma and rhetoric of the Republican or Democratic party, but one that transcends both: The Party Party. It's time to restore our faith in the political process and bring people together. And what brings people together better than partying hard? That's right, nothing. And for those of you who chock this up to April foolery, you're the only April fool around here, because Andrew W.K. is claiming that this is absolutely real: At best, bi-partisan politics has created an insurmountable divide that has separated the people into two categories of Democrat and Republican. The Party Party aims to provide an alternative to the divisive labeling of our current system. Most people have become too caught up in the bickering of our news cycles to realize that we ultimately desire the exact same things: reliable access to education, healthcare, and a sense of social equality. If enough people are willing to liberate themselves from choosing left or right, a third voice can emerge with a much more powerful message. A message that will open the eyes of our representatives and help them see that this “Us versus Them” mentality has kept our country from providing its people with a REAL sense of freedom. If we open our hearts and approach the problems we face with an open mind, real change can be achieved. We hope you will join us on this journey. These are real-world solutions for real-world issues.

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7 Unbiblical Statements Christians Believe

The fact that many Christians believe these unbiblical statements shows our unfortunate overall biblical illiteracy. Instead of swallowing popular statements hook-line-and-sinker, may we be like the Bereans in the Book of Acts. When they heard Paul preach, they wanted to research the Scriptures themselves to authenticate what he was saying: “They received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so” (Acts 17:10-11).

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The Eric Metaxas Show - The Show About Everything

The Beam Family talks about their hit film Miracles From Heaven and the incredible true story behind it. Listen here....

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9 Things Everyone Should Do When Reading the Bible

The only thing that matters when reading any ancient document is context. Context. Context. Context. Learning Greek and Hebrew will not really help you if you still don't understand context. And number 8 is the only one that even touches on context? Out of a list of 9 things?? Who writes this stuff? This reads more like a superficial Huffpost article than a guide to Bible study.

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6 Grace to You Radio

Secular culture says the human intellect, science, and technology are better sources of truth than the Bible. Yet there are profound cracks in this thinking. John MacArthur shows you what they are, and where true wisdom comes from, in The Foolishness of God .

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How to Go on an Actual Date

I agree on principle with everything the author said. I think way too many people, myself included, intentionally leave a "date" ambiguous because they haven't done the hard work of having to figure out if it's worth in the first place. In my experience though, I think we need to be careful of pursuing a first date as an "art form" because that approach can actually backfire. I've gone all out for initial dates before, and what ends up happening is that I confusingly communicate an emotional seriousness with my actions that I haven't actually attained on a heart level with the other person. On the one hand, there's no doubt about whether or not I care. But on the other hand, it's left the girl feeling like I'm more interested than I am. It's a first date and you don't always know those things yet! The mentality in this article can lead to a "too-much-of-a-good-thing" syndrome, IMHO.

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Why Have You Forsaken Me?

Up to this point, the narrative of the crucifixion has focused on the physical sufferings of Jesus: the flogging, the crown of thorns, and his immolation on the cross. Six hours have now passed since the nails were driven home. The crowds have jeered, darkness has covered the land, and now, suddenly, after a long silence, comes this anguished cry from the depths of the Savior’s soul.

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Malaysia Rules Muslim Man Can Convert to Christianity

Rebit’s lawyer, Chua Kuan Ching, welcomed the decision and said he hoped that the National Registration Department would not appeal the judgment. “In previous conversion cases involving minors, the courts did not go far enough to state what happens when the child reaches adulthood. So this is a different decision because the judge is saying that he has the right to religious freedom, according to the Constitution.”

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My Son’s Autism Changed Everything—Even Our Church

That moment changed everything in our lives. Our family dynamics shifted as we opened our home to four different therapists each week. Dinner became not only time to eat together, but also to help James regain the language skills he had lost (“Who is this? Daddy. Say ‘Daddy.’”). I settled into the idea of working from home to be available to him. Since insurance only covered a portion of his therapies, we adjusted our finances to cover the rest. We began to look into the future as a family of three, rather than envisioning me and my husband as eventual empty-nesters. I also turned to the Psalms and Job more and more.

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Six Ways God’s at Work in You — At Work

God is at work in you as much on Monday morning as he is at work in you on Sunday morning, you just need to see it. Most of us do work behind the scenes that very few people understand or appreciate. No one realizes how much goes into making the pizza, writing the program, or shipping the product. In a similar way, God is at work in our lives in all we do, and sometimes we don’t see it until we really press in and think about it. When we do, we see that God is working behind the scenes in what we do, why we do it, how we do it, and where we do it. Realizing this truth might transform your workplace experience.

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Six Lessons in Good Listening

The charter text for Christian listening might be James 1:19: “Let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger.” It’s simple enough in principle, and nearly impossible to live. Too often we are slow to hear, quick to speak, and quick to anger. So learning to listen well won’t happen overnight. It requires discipline, effort, and intentionality. You get better with time, they say. Becoming a better listener hangs not on one big resolve to do better in a single conversation, but on developing a pattern of little resolves to focus in on particular people in specific moments.

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Sin Deceives You to Destroy You

Peter uses the same language in 1 Peter 1:14, “Do not be conformed to the passions of your former ignorance.” Same word, “the desires of your former ignorance.” They are desires that are in sync with lies. Paul calls them “deceitful desires” in Ephesians 4:22. A deceitful desire is a desire that’s lying to you. What is it saying to you? It’s saying that if you steal, or if you look at pornography, or if you’re mean and get the last word today at work, you’d be happier. Life would be better.

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Is Islam a Religion of Peace?

Well, it’s a polarized response. You have two responses I’m seeing in America: You have the people saying, “Islam is a religion of peace. All Muslims are peaceful, loving people. ISIS and the like are hijacking Islam and not representative of Muslims.” I like that response in that it’s compassionate, but I don’t like how it ignores some of the truth. On the other side of the equation, you have people who are saying, “Islam is a violent religion, therefore all Muslims are all threats, therefore let’s keep them out of the country.” That’s a problematic response. It’s completely uncompassionate. It doesn’t distinguish between people and a belief system. But it does at least deal with the truth about Islam. So the title of my book, Answering Jihad: The Better Way Forward , the better way forward is embracing both truth and compassion, truth about Islam but compassion for Muslims.

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How the Gospel Frees Us From the American Dream

The first situation and insight that Ms. Rojas relates--her friend who left a ministry for "corporate America" so she could "bring oceans to deserts"--calls to mind a helpful distinction I heard, maybe a decade age or more, on a radio broadcast of some church service. The pastor/preacher was encouraging the majority of his congregation not to see working or volunteering for the church as "more holy" than "secular" jobs and activities. Instead, he called on them to know the difference between doing "church work" and "the work of the church." The preacher's message was that this second kind of work, a different way of saying, "Bring oceans to deserts," is the way the vast majority of Christians serve the Lord, and please him. "God calls most of us not to do 'church work' but to live out our holiness by doing 'the work of the church.'"

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VIDEO: WH Censors French President Saying ‘ISLAMIST Terrorism’

The White House briefly pulled video of a press event on terrorism with Pres. Obama, and when it reappeared on the WhiteHouse.gov website and YouTube, the audio of Hollande’s translator goes silent, beginning with the words “Islamist terrorism,” then begins again at the end of his sentence.

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The Angry Martin Luther King

Of course, these are all good things in their own way—sometimes it’s beneficial to be dragged into uncomfortable situations or forced into interacting with people with whom we wouldn’t ordinarily connect; sometimes a fierce debate on a taboo subject such as politics or religion can help both parties see a different side to an issue; sometimes being a person’s nonjudgmental bridge to another cultural perspective can be viewed as an act of compassion and service. I know all that. But sometimes a man gets tired of wearing that façade Paul Laurence Dunbar spoke of so eloquently, and he just wants to detonate. Sometimes the life of constant smiling and pretending and interpreting can wear on the nerves.

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The World Can’t Ignore What’s Happening in South Sudan

Bottom line Relevant: No one is talking about it because the Sudan is not a "Western" country and it's a "white" country. Whatever those two things mean in the minds of people. Take for example the terrorist attacks in France last November; we (America) were with France because they're Western and white in our minds. Although France is actually pretty diverse. Same with Brussels, even though just 9 days before Brussels, there was a terror attack in Turkey that no one heard about. Then after that one in Pakistan that took more than 48 hours to hit the media cycle. There's already been over 2,500 people who've died in 2016 only due to terrorist violence but in the U.S. we tend to only care if it's a "Western/White" country...if it's in the Middle East, Africa, or somewhere like that....well...who cares. But if Europe gets hit and it's a popular tourist destination then we'll all change our Facebook profile pictures and mourn for about 24-48 hours saying how horrible it is. And I'm just talking about terror I'm not even touching on what the article is discussing. In America we lose 5,000 troops in a 10 year war and our country is up in arms screaming about the whole thing.

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Why We All Need to Stop Freaking Out About This Election

When religious leaders claim God values “moral” behavior above all else, they’re not talking about the God of the Bible. What’s at the top of the biblical God’s priority list is changed hearts. Thing is, changed hearts can’t be forced. Jesus focused on exactly that in his most famous sermon. (It’s called “The Sermon on the Mount” and you can read it in Matthew 5-7.) In example after example, Jesus shows how every behavior and habit and action has its genesis in the human heart.

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Worship: Our Response to His Greatness

O, how we need God’s help to do this. We would love to do this on our own, to just sit down and focus, but the reality is, we need God’s help. And to do this focusing, we must begin with prayer — asking for God’s help. But such prayer doesn’t begin when we enter into the corporate gathering for worship; it is an overflow of the prayers we have been praying throughout the week. In fact, corporate worship is an overflow of our worship as all of life (Romans 12:1–2). Yet we need to stop and recognize that corporate worship is bound by time and place, so the gathered people need to focus together, to pray together, to sing together, to listen to God’s voice together in his word, and to respond together.

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Eric Metaxas Interviews Morgan Freeman and Producers - 'The Story of God'

Eric Metaxas interviews Morgan Freeman and executive producers Lori McCreary and James Younger on the 'Story of God' special premiering Sunday April 4 on the National Geographic Channel. http://channel.nationalgeographic.com... for more or metaxastalk.com

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Drug Lord El Chapo Started Reading ‘The Purpose Driven Life’ While in Prison

The Mexican drug lord is working his way through the book that contains some rather applicable points for a man that will likely spend the larger portion of his life behind bars. Besides leading a simpler life, some of Warren's main ideas include not being a prisoner of your past, forgiveness and surrender. Whether or not El Chapo will turn over a new leaf following these revelations is, of course, unclear. But we can probably safely assume that Rick Warren—in his wildest dreams—didn't expect a world-renown drug lord to be among his readership.

25 Christopher Hitchens and the Hound of Heaven

The book’s overall genius is that it’s a story. An immensely compelling, page-turning, cannot-put-down kind of story. Yes, it includes all kinds of stimulating intellectual fodder, but it’s really about two friends who deeply respect each other: the hardened atheist and the fervent Christian evangelist.

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The Theology of Ted Cruz

Cruz came of age—as a Christian and an American-- during the height of the Religious Right’s power. During his sermon at Community Bible Church, he told an inspiring story of God’s work in his family. The personal testimony of Cruz’s father, Rafael, who is now an itinerant preacher and spiritual adviser to his son’s presidential campaign, demonstrates the power of the gospel to change the trajectory of a human life and reunite a family broken by alcohol abuse. Because God saved Rafael Cruz, Ted Cruz was raised in an evangelical subculture. He grew up studying the Bible and was taught to integrate faith and learning at Second Baptist School in Houston.

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Send Gospel Resources to the Middle East and North Africa

The Gospel Coalition has been asked by partners in the Middle East and North Africa to help provide resources for their church leaders. As you know, following Christ in that part of the world is extremely challenging, and these brothers and sisters need our prayers.

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Doubting Toward Faith - Kindle edition by Bobby Conway, Sean McDowell. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

No question that the modern age in which we find ourselves can make spiritual life a minefield. It can be difficult to maintain a confident faith given the volume and rate of mis-information coming at us, the scientific advances attempting to explain away the need for God, and the head on collision that is happening with Christian moral values and secular society. The good news is the advice and strategies found in this book, Doubting Toward Faith, couldn't come at a better time. The honest truth is everyone has doubts in life, but for the Christian it's what we do with our doubts that will either make us or break us. As Bobby writes, doubt is not stationary and is on the move so the outcome can either be doubting toward faith or doubting toward unbelief. In other words, doubts can either work for our good and strengthen and deepen our dependence on God or conversely leave us wallowing in a place of confusion and hopelessness if left unanswered. If you have ever experienced doubt before (and we all have) you'll feel a personal connection with Bobby as he takes you on a journey through his life experience in dealing with doubt and remaining victorious.

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C.S. Lewis Wrote Christian Novels That Became Global Best-Sellers

“During his early years at Magdalen, Lewis continued to be a materialist, someone who doesn’t believe in the supernatural,” Louis Markos, author of “C.S. Lewis: An Apologist for Education,” told IBD. “But to his surprise, he came to realize that all the authors he most loved — like Edmund Spenser, John Milton and G.K. Chesterton — were devout Christians, while those who shared his secular worldview — George Bernard Shaw, John Stuart Mill and H.G. Wells — seemed to him rather hollow. To make matters worse, the men he most respected at Oxford were also Christian. Owen Barfield (a professor and later novelist) challenged Lewis to rethink his attitude.”

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Fear Not

Recent tragedies in Paris and San Bernardino have spurred a dramatic rise in islamophobia, anti-refugee political rhetoric and a culture of fear. But should Christians have a different take?

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First-Year Seminarian Ready To Take Over For Senior Pastor If Necessary | The Babylon Bee

DES PLAINES, IL—First-year seminarian, George Turner, 23, confirmed Friday that—if necessary—he could easily step in to take over Rev. Gary Price as Senior Pastor at Covenant Presbyterian.

33 http://www.equipresources.org/site/lookup.asp?c=jhJVK1MBIoG&b=9382293

How Do We Know God Is Really There examines the cosmological evidence for God's existence. Kids come away knowing that �the heavens declare the glory of God and the skies proclaim the work of His hands� (Psalm 19:1).

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Discipleship in the Age of the Spectacle

Don’t get me wrong: Disciples need vigorous imaginations. I believe Scripture sets our imaginations free from the culture of spectacle so that we can see the world as it truly is: a good but fallen creation in which God’s kingdom is advancing in mysterious and often quite unspectacular ways. Jesus was able to convey this with simple stories: parables. What’s striking about the parables is not the special effects but the extraordinary in the ordinary. The Christian imagination is not distracted by superficial surface images (spectacle) but penetrates to the depth dimension of things. No computer-generated special effects come close to doing justice to what Paul sets out in Ephesians 1: God’s plan to unite all things in Christ (Ephesians 1:10). Can you imagine that ?

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Two Things Every Human Being Searches For

But we weren’t only predisposed for glory – God placed within us a hunger for truth. No rational human being is unconcerned about truth. We want to know the truth, we want to think we're right about the truth, and we want assurance that what we think is true is actually true. You can’t divide human beings into those who are truth seekers and those who aren't; what divides us is where we look for truth.

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Kindle Deals of the Day in Christianity and Apologetics: William Lane Craig, Ravi Zacharias, and more!

Ravi Zacharias was born in India and has literally moved from the East to the West and the West to the East and repeated the cycle again and again to answer skeptics’ questions about whether God is alive, who Jesus is, what is truth, and whether we can really find absolutes. Ravi has spoken of his own journey only in bits and pieces in his other books and talks. It is a journey that has led him beyond his family and culture into a revelation that replaced pantheism with monotheism, and into a relationship with a God the vast majority of his people do not worship. From this new understanding birthed in him by the founder of Christianity, Ravi has gone forward to teach as one of our generation’s great apologists.

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Together for the Gospel | SBTS

We are excited to offer a special lunch for worship leaders and their teams at Together for the Gospel in Louisville, Kentucky. In partnership with Doxology and Theology, we will have a time to meet one another, have robust discussion, and enjoy fellowship.

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Trump now says abortion laws should not be changed | Fox News

Trump, the Republican front-runner, has hit a rough patch in his campaign as he heads into the Wisconsin primary Tuesday. His campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, has been charged with simple battery, accused of grabbing a reporter's arm. He faced a backlash for comments about rival Ted Cruz's wife and managed to displease both sides in the abortion debate with his now-retracted comment that women who get abortions should be punished.

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My Pastor Uses Pre-Made Sermons — Should I Be Concerned?

Here is the third reason that I stumble over this whole issue of secondhand outlines and secondhand sermons. First Timothy 3:2 says that an elder should be apt or able, gifted, to teach. In other words, it is not just our calling to study and preach the Word. It is our gifting. And if it isn’t, we should not be in this role, the Bible says. The gifting for teaching means that you don’t have to be a secondhander. That is what the gift means. If you have to be a secondhander, then you don’t have the gift of being a firsthander. Seeing and savoring and saying what God said, not what someone else says God said, that is the gift of preaching and teaching.

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Syrian troops recapture Christian town - premier

Syrian troops and their allies have captured another town controlled by the Islamic State group in central Syria, according to state media reports.

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Weekend Apologetics Hit and Misc: Superhero Obsession

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

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The Festival of Thought

The Festival of Thought is an opportunity to actively explore key life questions surrounding origin, meaning, morality and destiny. Designed for those of all beliefs and none – and for those with intellectual objections and heartfelt concerns about the Christian worldview – this week aims to bring meaningful discussion and answers to some of the many questions that people are asking.

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Your generosity provides sustainable poverty solutions that restore the poor and advance God’s mission in our city.

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Why ‘Mere Christianity’ Won’t Go Out of Style

Lewis’s booming voice competed with Hitler’s bombs for the attention of the British people. Oxford was one of the few places Hitler didn’t blast. That worked out well for Lewis, who welcomed children from the city of London into his home for safety. But the challenge was that the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) wasn’t based in Oxford. It was located in London, a city often the target of daily bombing.

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The Lent Project

The Lent Project is a daily devotional series celebrating the Lent season through art and Scripture. Our goal is to help individuals quiet their hearts and enter into a daily routine of worship and reflection during this meaningful season.

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47 BreakPoint This Week: Do Americans Care About Religious Freedom?

FDA expands use of “abortion pill” : Mifeprex, a chemical abortion pill previously approved by the FDA for use fifty days into pregnancy, has just been approved for use up to seventy days into pregnancy . Abortion rights groups claim this as a major victory, but pro-life activists have pointed out that the drug carries significant risks to women who take it, and say handing it out more liberally will only encourage abuses by the abortion industry. It also means that chemical abortion throughout the first trimester of pregnancy will become the new standard of care, a fact that will likely bring the government back into conflict with the consciences of Christian healthcare providers, insurers, employers, and others who believe that life begins at conception and that taking that life is wrong.

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Raising Kids Who Can Stump the Dad

I didn’t know much about raising kids when they were born, and almost 23 years later I think I know even less. I’m certainly more aware of how confusing it can be. Still, somehow I think Sara and I succeeded in a few things with them in spite of ourselves. Since the topic in the last column was learning, and this is a continuation of that topic, I’d like to suggest three things—three out of many—that Christian parents can do to expand their children’s educational growth, with or without Christian schooling or homeschooling.

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Wayne Jolley Dies as Dozens Leave The Gathering

Along with financial support—in some cases, donating 20 percent of their income—members also gave Jolley say over where they worked, where they lived, and who they associated with. Those donations were used to buy a million-dollar home for Jolley and his wife, Linda, as well as more than $400,000 in improvements to the house.

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You’re ‘More than a Conquerer’—But What Does that Mean?

What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? He who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, how will he not also with him graciously give us all things? Who shall bring any charge against God’s elect? It is God who justifies. Who is to condemn? Christ Jesus is the one who died—more than that, who was raised—who is at the right hand of God, who indeed is interceding for us. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or danger, or sword? As it is written, “For your sake we are being killed all the day long; we are regarded as sheep to be slaughtered.” No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Rom. 8:31–39)

51 What media coverage tells us about the (lack of) faith of 'Story of God' host Morgan Freeman
52 ZachariasTrust on Twitter
53 The Darkness of Porn and the Hope of the Gospel
54 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nabeel-qureshi/is-the-quran-the-roots-of-jihad_b_9594484.html
55 The Moral Argument for the Existence of God - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers
56 ‘Anywhere you find conflict, you find religion' // Billy McFetridge
57 Crossway on Twitter
58 Vatican deal with China would be a 'betrayal' - premier
59 Oscar-winner Jeremy Irons opens up about his faith - premier
60 Poland: Thousands protest proposed total ban on abortion - premier
61 Christians urged to get fit as study finds half of Brits out of breath running for the bus - premier
62 The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily
63 Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce: "I need to go back to church" - premier
64 Christian appointed President in war torn Central African Republic - premier
65 Safety fears ahead of Pope event in Poland - premier
66 Christian group fears potential human rights abuses as Greece deports migrants - premier
67 Christian Aid calls for immediate action on Panama tax file leak - premier
68 Transform Your Congregation by Serving Passionately
69 The Poached Egg on Twitter
70 Eric Metaxas on Twitter
71 4 Ways to Welcome Children in Worship
72 http://rickwarren.org/devotional/english/goals-stretch-your-faith1
73 The Poached Egg on Twitter
74 Miss Texas 1967 on Twitter
75 J. Warner Wallace on Twitter
76 The Poached Egg on Twitter
77 5 Guidelines For Excellent Guest Follow-up
78 Fact-Checking Reza Aslan 1: "Love Your Neighbor as Yourself" (David Wood)
79 Why We Mourn for Pakistan’s Christians
80 Mary Magdalene's Home Town
81 How John Piper Knows the Bible Is True
82 Lament in a Broken World
83 Jesus Helps Our Unbelief
84 9 Things You Need to Know about Backpage.com and Sex Trafficking
85 The Faith of Christopher Hitchens
86 Deductive Arguments and Probability | Reasonable Faith
87 Why did Jesus have to die in order for me to go to Heaven?
88 Wisely Handling the Book of Proverbs
89 Therefore, Go by Tim Keesee | April 2, 2016