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‘Be Bold!’: ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star’s Powerful Bible Advice for Kids

By Billy Hallowell on Oct 4, 2018 7:00:00 AM

Each year, kids across America celebrate Bring Your Bible to School Day, an effort spearheaded by Christian organization Focus on the Family. It’s a powerful event that inspires children and teens to foster their own faith walk, while also talking to friends and peers about salvation and God’s love.

Topics: Education Prayer Kids
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Flash from the Past: 9 Things Technology Ended

By Editors on Oct 21, 2017 7:00:00 AM

While technology has made our lives easier in many ways, sometimes we can’t help but feel nostalgic for days gone by. Back then, life didn’t move so fast and even the food was more wholesome. These nine things are a flash from the past because of technology.  

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Reading, Writing, Religion: Ky. Schools to Offer Bible Classes

By Pure Flix Editors on Aug 21, 2017 12:00:00 PM

Religion in schools is a controversial topic, but looks like Kentucky is on its way to offering Bible classes as an elective in middle and high school. Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin recently signed the Bible Literacy Bill into law. While the Kentucky Department of Education is still putting together a curriculum, schools plan to offer Bible classes soon. Students won’t be required to take the classes, but the move is sending a strong signal around the country. Kentucky is a religious, conservative state where 76 percent of residents say they are Christian, and with the passing of the Bible Literacy Law it may be the first of many states to adopt a policy on faith-based electives.

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Don’t Say that: When the Name of Jesus Makes Others Uncomfortable

By Justina Miller on May 25, 2016 9:00:00 AM

In Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet, Juliet asks her beloved Romeo, “What’s in a name? A rose by any other word would smell as sweet.”

If Juliet only knew, names are much more than mere words. There’s a whole study devoted to personal names, called onomatology, which examines the way names convey a person’s place of origin, their family, and trade. In the Bible, names were sometimes used to literally describe a person’s character, as in the case of Israel (which means “having power with God”) and Peter (which means “rock”).

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Study Shows Christianity is Contagious

By Justina Miller on May 4, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Did you know that Christians make up nearly a third of the world’s religions, according to the Pew Research Center? Christians are also so spread out on the globe, that no one region can claim to be the center of Christianity. These two facts tell us that, if nothing else, Christianity is contagious. Last month, a research team at the Santa Fe Institute released a study on contagiousness, or as they called it, the spread of good epidemics. Recognizing the countless research on the spread of harmful epidemics, such as the flu or pests in crops, the Santa Fe researchers decided to look at beneficial epidemics, like positive behaviors and good viruses.

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Lights! Camera! Learning! - Northwest Christian School

By Dave Migdal on Feb 7, 2016 8:30:00 AM

In its continued efforts to support local businesses and organizations, Pure Flix is donating some key professional production equipment to the Northwest Christian School in Phoenix in order to enhance its film making program.

The donation was made in hopes of inspiring high school students who are interested in following their God-given passion for film making and learning how to use advanced, professional equipment.

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God Is Back On Campus ... At Least For Now

By Editors on Jul 13, 2015 8:16:00 AM

Imagine a college setting where God is not only not welcomed, but He is banned. Sounds like the plot for an incredible move, doesn’t it?

Amazingly, during the school year that followed the release of God’s Not Dead in theaters, the California State University system of public universities “derecognized” 23 InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapters on 19 campuses.

Topics: Christianity Education
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God's Not Dead ... He Just Isn’t Allowed In Our Schools!

By Editors on Jun 9, 2015 5:13:00 AM

Apparently, not all inspirational quotes are considered inspired by certain schools these days. A charter school in Las Vegas told a sixth-grade student that she could not use John 3:16 as her quote of choice in an assignment that required an inspirational message.

Topics: Christianity Education
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