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Please Pray and 'Ask God to Have Mercy': Afghans Flee as Taliban Retake Embattled Nation and Further Threaten Christian Minority

By Billy Hallowell on Aug 16, 2021 8:18:33 AM

Uncertainty, pain and tragedy are raging in and around Afghanistan as the Taliban's quest to retake the embattled nation marches forward.

Topics: Prayer
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'Lord, Help Me': TV Anchor Reveals the Powerful Prayer She Says Before Every Show

By Billy Hallowell on Mar 29, 2021 5:19:53 AM

"Fox News @ Night" anchor Shannon Bream recently revealed that she delivers a powerful prayer each night before appearing in millions of households across America.

Topics: Prayer
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'We’re Lost Without Scripture and Prayer': Actor TC Stallings' Powerful Reminder About What It Truly Takes to Stay on Track With Jesus

By Billy Hallowell on Mar 9, 2021 5:04:04 AM

Actor T.C. Stallings believes people will find themselves “lost without scripture and prayer,” offering some simple, biblical steps that can be taken to help life move in the right direction.

Topics: Prayer
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'Totally Unscripted': MSNBC Host Reveals Story Behind TD Jakes' Viral On-Air Prayer

By Billy Hallowell on Apr 13, 2020 12:01:40 PM

MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin recently sent a viral shockwave through the cable news and Internet realms when he randomly asked the Bishop T.D. Jakes to pray on live TV.

Topics: Christianity Prayer
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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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See Kids and Teens Across America Take a Bold Stand for God

By Billy Hallowell on Oct 2, 2018 7:00:00 AM

For nearly three decades, kids across America have gathered around their school flagpoles for a special morning of prayer — an event in which young Christians invoke God on behalf of their communities and schools, asking for His intervention. See You at the Pole™, which unfolded nationwide last week, yielded powerful images of faithful kids’ love for the Lord.

Topics: Christianity Prayer
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9/11: A Time for Reflection and Prayer

By Editors on Sep 11, 2017 11:00:00 AM

September 11 was a pivotal moment in American history. When the World Trade Center towers fell, many Americans felt their sense of security vanish as well. Before, enemies attacked on foreign soil, but Americans felt that they were safe at home. Suddenly, terrorists executed not just one, but multiple attacks, and everything changed. God’s Word is a resource that provides hope when our fortresses crumble. When our perceptions are shattered and our security is revealed to be just an illusion, God is still in control. Here are ways to commemorate 9/11 this year.

Topics: Holidays News Prayer
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Should High School Coaches Be Allowed to Pray After Games?

By Julie Tronsen on Jun 22, 2017 7:00:00 AM

Prayer in school is back in the courts again. On June 12, high school football coach, Joe Kennedy, finally got his day in court after being fired for praying at the 50-yard line after games.

Topics: News Sports Prayer
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Air Force Base Resists Atheist Group's Demand to Stop Prayer

By Sarah Hartland on Apr 7, 2017 7:00:00 AM

The infamous Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) recently sent a letter to the New Hampshire Air National Guard demanding that they cease including prayer in military ceremonies. Demands like this one have become increasingly commonplace these days, as atheist groups seek to eradicate religious symbols across the country. But the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty and the First Liberty Institute are fighting back.

Topics: News Prayer
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God Still Works Miracles Today, Here's Proof

By Editors on Aug 31, 2016 3:32:05 PM

A recent Pew Research study found that half of all Americans have left church and stopped believing in God. The reasons why vary, but they include people saying they just don’t believe, they don’t like organized religion, or common sense and a lack of miracles disprove God.  

Topics: Movies Christianity Prayer
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Bringing Christ to Hollywood: One Prayer at a Time

By Justina Miller on Jul 16, 2016 4:00:00 PM

When you think of Hollywood, “missionaries” is not the first thing that comes to mind. However there are some who make it their mission to bring Jesus to one of the most anti-Christian places in the United States. Meet the Hollywood Prayer Network (HPN) which is made up of Christians in the film industry and others who, rather than abandoning Hollywood, lift it up to God in prayer.

Topics: News Prayer
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Eat More Chicken, Spread More Love

By Justina Miller on Jun 20, 2016 12:00:00 PM

After 49 people tragically lost their lives in Orlando’s gay nightclub, Pulse, Time Magazine asked Can We Still Weep Together After Orlando? The article pointed out that Sunday’s event has only harbored more debate on guns, religion, and sexuality. But while some saw the shootings as an opportunity for a culture war, the popular fast-food chain, Chick-fil-A, saw it as an opportunity for love.

Topics: News Prayer America
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Healing Power of God on the Playing Field

By Justina Miller on Jun 14, 2016 9:00:00 AM

A couple days before the exclusive release of “Woodlawn,” a film about a football team that played for the glory of God, two Cincinnati high-school lacrosse teams had their own experience of God on the playing field. The Centerville Elks and the Moeller Crusaders were in the second quarter of their game with the Elks way ahead at 8-2. A Crusader threw the ball across the field and unintentionally hit Elks captain, senior Grant Mays, on the chest below his heart. Mays scooped up the ball and began running toward the goal, but within seconds, he collapsed and lay unconscious on the grass.

Topics: Sports Prayer
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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”).

Topics: Christianity News Education Prayer
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