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Go West Franklin Graham: Evangelist Takes Message of New Life and Hope to California

Evangelist Franklin Graham is out West these days, on a mission to bring hope through one-day evangelistic prayer events across California. “We had great crowds in Escondido & Pasadena this week. Join me tonight in Oxnard, CA, for stop #3 of the #DecisionAmerica CA Tour,” Graham tweeted Wednesday.   We had great crowds in Escondido & Pasadena this week. Join ...

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Theater Pulls Movie ‘Show Dogs’ Over Controversial Scene – Critics Demand AMC and Regal Follow Suit

A movie theater in Australia has stopped showing the children’s movie “Show Dogs” after growing backlash from parents. The PG-rated film has come under fire for scenes which parents and experts say teaches kids to become comfortable with inappropriate touching.  The movie about a Rottweiler police dog named Max who goes undercover at a dog show, was released May 18. ...

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‘Soft Landing?’ Southern Baptists Oust Seminary Head

A Southern Baptist seminary has dismissed its president, who was a prominent leader in the denomination for decades. The board of trustees of the Ft. Worth-based Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary removed Paige Patterson as president following a 13-hour meeting that stretched into the early morning hours on Wednesday.   In a statement released overnight, the board explained its decision as ...

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The Doctor Is In: Could the New Surgeon General Have the Cure for the Nation’s Drug Problem? 

WASHINGTON – From parents overdosing in parking lots, to the deaths of the nation’s biggest pop stars like Prince and Tom Petty, the fallout from the country’s opioid epidemic hits all levels of society.  According to the Department of Health and Human Services, overdose deaths, including prescription drugs and heroin, have increased by more than five times since 1999.  Killer Addiction A ...

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No End in Sight: Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Eruption Could Threaten Geothermal Plant

The Big Island of Hawaii is still under threat from the Kilauea volcano. Authorities are especially concerned about how flowing lava could affect Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV), a plant that provides at least one-quarter of the Big Island’s daily energy needs via geothermal wells. Gov. David Ige said Tuesday that authorities are monitoring the flow of lava and the threat ...

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Former Abortionist Who ‘Twisted Necks’ of Babies Under FBI Investigation

The FBI is investigating allegations against a Texas abortionist whose former employees say he killed infants who survived abortions by “slashing or twisting their necks”. The Justice Department notified pro-life group, Operation Rescue, of the progress of the investigation in a letter dated May 11, 2018. According to the letter, the investigation on abortionist Douglas Karpen is being forwarded to ...

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Valedictorian May Sue School Over Censorship of Graduation Speech

An Illinois valedictorian may pursue legal action against his high school after he says administrators told him to remove references to his Christian faith from his graduation speech.   In his speech, Sam Blackledge’s wrote, “The most important thing in your life is to find… intimacy with God.  As you search for goodness, justice, love, and forgiveness, know that only ...

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