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Not Every Christians Feels Responsible to Share the Gospel

A new Barna poll finds that over the past 25 years a growing percentage of Christians believe sharing the gospel is optional. And it appears one of the biggest factors in a decision to share the gospel is the cultural belief that telling someone Jesus Christ died for their sins is judgmental.
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Episcopal Church Dumps ‘Husband and Wife’ for ‘Two People’

In an effort to become more gay-friendly, the Episcopal Church in the United States has decided to scrub the words "husband" and "wife" from Episcopal wedding ceremonies.
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What You Need to Know About Trump’s Plan to Cut Planned Parenthood Funding

The administration's proposal is designed to update regulations to ensure Planned Parenthood's funding doesn't come from taxpayers where the money is used for programs where abortion is part of family planning.
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UPDATE: 10 Fatalities at Santa Fe High School in Texas

Update Police have confirmed nine students and one adult have died. The suspect is 17-year-old Dimitrios Patgourtzis, a student at Santa Fe High School. Officials say...
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This Church Is Spreading the Gospel With Food

The Vineyard Ministries in Hampton, Virginia has opened a non-profit grocery store. Originally intended to help its members, last year the church opened the...
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People Are Converting to Islam. The Question Is ‘Why’?

Editor's Note: The research presented in this article is sobering. While it can be tempting to push the information aside, dismiss it as a...
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This Christian Man Built a Mosque for the Most Kind Reason

In a gesture of religious tolerance, Saji Cheriyan built a mosque after watching his workers take taxis to one several miles away.
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The Men in the Orange Jumpsuits Finally Return Home for Burial

The bodies of 20 Coptic martyrs who were beheaded by Islamic State terror group militants in February 2015 were finally laid to rest in Egypt's Minya province, more than three years after they were kidnapped.
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Are Facebook and Google Meddling in the Irish Abortion Vote?

Google and Facebook have placed severe restrictions on groups giving to Ireland's Save the 8th campaign ahead of this month's abortion referendum.
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1,000+ Chinese Bibles Confiscated in ‘Porn Crackdown’

The 2018 crackdown on Christianity in China escalated this week as authorities confiscated more than a thousand Chinese Bibles when police raided five house churches in Shandong province in the east of the country.
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Jerusalem Now Recognized as True Capital of the Jewish State

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Donald Trump for “making history by recognizing history” at a ceremony dedicating the new U.S. Jerusalem embassy, while President Reuven Rivlin thanked the U.S. president for “keeping his promise.”
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Family of IS Supporters Kill 13 in Indonesia Church Attacks

A family of Islamic State-affiliated suicide bombers attacked three churches in Surabaya, Indonesia, this morning. Thirteen people were killed and 41 injured as they...
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Dallas Church Celebrates Mother’s Day With a New Ultrasound Truck

The Prestonwood Pregnancy Center Mobile Ultrasound is a fully-equipped clinic to provide ultrasounds, pregnancy tests and counseling, among other medical services. The vehicle travels into the heart of neighborhoods and communities across Dallas-Fort Worth where abortion is most prevalent.
American Protestants

Protestants Have Gone From 50% to 36% of the Population

Of the five groups identified in the study—Protestant, Catholic, other Christians, other religions and no religion—only American Protestants suffered a decline.
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Russian Churches Welcome Soccer Fans and Chance to Witness

Missionaries are finding creative ways to share the gospel with visitors to the 2018 World Cup in Russia: a country that is cracking down on evangelism.
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What Is a Tithe? Depends on Who You Ask

“Tithe” is defined in the Bible as one-tenth of a person’s produce or earnings. But a new study from LifeWay Research shows there is a difference of opinion to the question, “Ten percent of what?”  
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New Initiative Hopes to Bridge the Divide in Evangelicalism

The Congress of Christian Leaders will seek to foster unity in evangelicalism and serve growing Christian movements across the globe. It will be anchored on an unwavering commitment to righteousness and justice.
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Willow Creek: No Collusion in Bill Hybels Allegations

The elder board of Willow Creek gave an update last night concerning the investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by Bill Hybels. Pam Orr,...
Anglican beliefs on homosexuality

New Zealand’s Anglican Church to Bless Same-Sex Marriage

Anglican beliefs on homosexuality are changing. In New Zealand Anglican priests will now be able to bless or refuse to conduct same-sex marriages or civil unions without penalty.  Same-sex marriages, however, are still not permitted to be conducted in churches.
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Adoption Agencies Can Do Business Their Way

Faith based adoption agencies in Kansas and Oklahoma will soon be getting legal protection if they refuse to place children in same sex homes.
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