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UK Launches Review of Controversial Gender-Identity Treatment

The review—which will seek input from families, patients, and medical professionals—will explore the referral and treatment processes, including the use of controversial puberty-blocking drugs (also known as puberty blockers).
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Police Arrest 3 People at Church-Sponsored ‘Psalm Sing’ in ID

Police cited five attendees and arrested three at a church-sponsored protest that took place in Moscow, Idaho. Pastor Doug Wilson defended the event, calling out city leaders for what he called “high hypocrisy” in their enforcement of the city’s mask mandate. 
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President Announces He Will Sign Born Alive Executive Order

At the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast, the President said his Born Alive Executive Order ensures that any baby born alive after a failed abortion will receive medical care, no matter the circumstances or complications surrounding the baby at birth.
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Pastor Argues It’s Time for the Cross and Flame to Go

A pastor’s call to replace the Cross and Flame as the official insignia of The United Methodist Church has picked up the backing of the North Texas Conference.
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Mark Dever’s Capitol Hill Baptist Church Sues D.C. Mayor

Capitol Hill Baptist Church (CHBC), pastored by well-known author and Senior Pastor Mark Dever, is suing the capitol city of the United States (District of Columbia) and Mayor Muriel Bowser for restricting their right to hold mass worship gatherings.
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After 38 Years of Work, the Whole Bible Is Now in a Sign Language...

After 38 years of work, Deaf Missions has completed a full ASL Bible translation, the first of its kind in any sign language.
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Barna: This Is the Largest Generation Gap We’ve Seen in 7 Decades

According to a new study about generational beliefs, America “is at war with itself.” That’s how study author George Barna sums up what he calls “deeply troubling” results of the “American Worldview Inventory 2020,” released this week from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University.
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Tim Keller Sparks Twitter Debate Over Political Comments

Tim Keller ignited a Twitter storm after he posted his thoughts on how Christians should vote. Keller’s Twitter posts were an introduction to his article “How Do Christians Fit Into the Two-Party System? They Don’t” in The New York Times.
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Despite Judge’s Order, Church at Planned Parenthood Will Continue

A suit against the Church at Planned Parenthood and Ken Peters alleges that the worship services outside Planned Parenthood's clinic in Spokane are disruptive and prevent patients from receiving proper care.

Only White Pastor to Support Montgomery Bus Boycott Dies at 92

Pastor and civil rights activist Rev. Robert S. Graetz died at the age of 92 on Sept. 20 at his home in Montgomery, Alabama.
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The Stakes of the U.S. Election Are Even Higher Now

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has created a SCOTUS vacancy. That event, coupled with an already high-stakes election, is making the debate around filling the seat a firestorm event.

Hawk Nelson’s Jon Steingard Shares That He Still Prays to God

Jon Steingard told Matthew West that one of the surprising consequences of having renounced his faith is how much he still feels compelled to live as though it were true.
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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dead at 87

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday September 18, 2020 at the age of 87. Her death came as a result of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer.
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Ohio Governor Removes State’s Power to Close Houses of Worship

On Wednesday September 16, 2020, Ohio governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 272 into law that prohibits any public officials like himself from having the authority to close houses of worship within the state, including particular parts of the state.
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Pastor Who Said He Was a ‘No-Masker’ Now in ICU with COVID-19

Paul Van Noy, an Idaho pastor who resisted a local face-mask mandate, has now spent more than two weeks in intensive care after contracting COVID-19.

US Faith Leaders Pray for Law Enforcement ‘in the name of Jesus’

Throughout the U.S., faith leaders—and a five-year-old boy—are challenging their communities to pray for law enforcement, the National Guard, and for others who serve our country.
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Church Groups Urge UN Action in the Philippines

Amid extrajudicial killings and other violence taking place in the Philippines, international church groups and human rights organizations are demanding an independent, impartial investigation into atrocities that have characterized President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration.
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Uyghur Doctor Shares First-Hand Account of Infanticide in China

A doctor has shared that for 20 years she helped China carry out its Uyghur genocide by performing abortions, removing women's wombs, and killing infants right after they were born.
John MacArthur Lists the Requirements They Were Given to Keep Meeting as a Church

John MacArthur Lists the Requirements They Were Given to Keep Meeting as a Church

Despite being ordered not to by the county of Los Angeles, California, Grace Community Church worshiped indoors this past Sunday. John MacArthur shared the list of requirements the county gave them to meet before they could gather to worship again.
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TobyMac’s Sister Died. Please Pray for Their Family

TobyMac's sister, Kristen McKeehan Carroll, passed away on the morning of September 3, 2020 at the age of 52.

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50K Pray for Nation ‘in crisis’ to Return to God at...

At least 50,000 people from around the U.S. attended "The Return," a prayer gathering and walk in Washington D.C. led by Samaritan's Purse president Franklin Graham.

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Esau McCaulley: Why Do We Treat Racism Differently Than Other Sins?

"If things like lust and greed and materialism are sins that recur," says Esau McCaulley, "then why wouldn't racism be a sin that recurred that requires the entirety of our energy?"