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How to Host a 4th of July Outdoor Movie Night

By Editors on February 2, 2021

If you're looking for a different way to celebrate the 4th of July this year, how about hosting an outdoor movie night to complement the food and fireworks that usually accompany the day. You can invite your friends and neighbors to socialize and spend time together while maintaining a safe distance outside and remembering what America is all about.

Topics: Family Movie List America
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Prayer Matters: Inside America’s Historic Reliance on God

By Billy Hallowell on May 1, 2018

Prayer matters. That’s a fact that America’s Founding Fathers recognized early on, as they embarked on a historical quest to establish the U.S. as a beacon of freedom. Flash-forward more than 200 years and government and citizens, alike, continue to invoke God on behalf of their nation. In fact, for more than six decades, Americans have come together each year on the National Day of Prayer to turn to God to ask for peace, unity and contentedness.

Topics: Christianity Prayer America
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Reflect on Martin Luther King Jr. Day with 9 Quotes About Peace

By Editors on January 15, 2018

The pace of today’s hectic world seems to accelerate year after year. It can be so easy to allow our “busyness” to rob us of the peace that Christ has promised us. Prayer and meditation through the Bible and inspirational quotes about peace can restore a sense of balance in our lives and remind us of what is truly important.

Topics: Holidays Influencers Bible Verses America
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5 Ways to Beat the Heat This Memorial Day

By Pure Flix Editors on May 26, 2017

Memorial Day signifies a lot of fun things: Remembering those who have given their lives for our country, the start of summer, and a three-day weekend. But with all the festivities comes crowds and of course, heat. If you’re not so keen on joining the scores of people at the beaches and lakefronts, here are five fun ways to beat the heat this Memorial Day:

Topics: Holidays Family America
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Courageous People Who Stood for Religious Freedom

By Sarah Hartland on April 21, 2017

We enjoy the freedoms and rights we do today because of heroic efforts by people of conviction in our history. As battles over religious liberty loom large, we are told that “separation of church and state” is the value that should reign supreme. But what about the courageous people who stood for religious freedom when the idea was still new? What were they fighting for? And how can we protect it now? These three Americans fought with courage and conviction for religious freedom. Here are their stories:
Topics: America
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Religious Freedom v. Discrimination: A Christian Response

By Sarah Hartland on April 18, 2017

It is a debate that has taken center stage in recent years: Which should we value more -- freedom of religion or freedom from discrimination? The First Amendment of the United States Constitution bars Congress from enacting “an establishment of religion,” or from prohibiting “the free exercise thereof.” It sounds simple enough, but consider the opposing interpretations of that Amendment that have lead to landmark Supreme Court decisions like Obergefell v. Hodges (which legalized same-sex marriage in 2015).

Topics: Faith America
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5 Ways You Can Say ‘Thank You’ to Police Officers

By Sarah Hartland on April 13, 2017

Police officers have been in the news a lot in recent years, and sadly not always for good reasons. When the news cycle is dominated by negative press, it can be hard to remember the heroes in our own backyards. Many police officers, like Officer Bryan Lawrence, are inspired by their faith to keep serving, and for that we are all grateful. You can encourage a brave law enforcement officer with these simple ideas:

Topics: America
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Responding to Persecution with Grace: 'God’s Not Dead 2'

By Sarah Hartland on April 12, 2017

“Persecution” has become something of a buzzword in our culture. When uttered, some think of ISIS’ brutal behavior towards Christians in the Middle East, while others think of Bibles being banned from schools and public prayer halted. It can be challenging to know what “persecution” is when the word is so often used as a label, but the truth is, whether we’re talking about violence or even mere attitudes, “persecution” is the correct label. In fact, the word itself has a pretty broad meaning: “hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of … religious beliefs...persistent annoyance or harassment.”

Topics: Faith America
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Religious Freedom Event to Equip and Encourage Christians

By Justina Miller on October 4, 2016

In the Pure Flix film, “God’s Not Dead 2,” Pat Boone’s character, Walter Wesley, declares, “People seem to forget that in this day and age, the most basic human right of all is the right to believe.” Wesley’s words ring true to today’s Christians who live in a culture that becomes less and less tolerant to practicing religion, believing in God, and following the moral compass of one’s faith. In response to our nation’s failure to defend religious liberty, the Pensmore Foundation, the College of the Ozarks, and the American Family Association (AFA) are cosponsoring the Pensmore National Symposium on Religious Liberty at College of the Ozarks on October 7.

Topics: Politics News America
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