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‘It’s Going to be an Outpouring of God’s Spirit:’ Powerful Move of Reconciliation Set for Stone Mountain, GA

Georgia’s iconic Stone Mountain has long been a symbol of racial division, complete with confederate monuments. But on Saturday, August 25, thousands from across denominational and racial lines, will make the hike to the top of the mountain to pray for healing and racial reconciliation. It’s all part of an event called, “One Race.” “We feel like God’s identified two ...

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‘You Guys Are Brothers in Christ’: Megachurch Pastor’s Powerful Grace-Filled Response After Being Fired by Elders

Former Crossroads Christian Church lead pastor Patrick Garcia publicly responded to the news of his firing on Sunday, but instead of lashing out in anger, he’s taken different approach. Garcia became the source of controversy when church elders accused him of wanting “complete control” and disrespecting their leadership. Despite the conflict, Garcia thanked the elders for allowing him to serve ...

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‘You Cannot Underestimate How Much Rain’: WeatherBELL Chief Forecaster Weighs in on Hurricane Lane

Hurricane Lane dumped 12 inches of rain in as many hours on Hawaii’s Big Island Thursday. People living there are stocking up on supplies and attempting to fortify their homes. The Category 4 storm is not projected to make a direct hit on the islands of the 50th state, but officials say it could still do significant damage. The National ...

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Lesbian Couple Sues Faith-Based Senior Home Over its Biblical Views on Marriage

A same-sex couple is suing a retirement facility in St. Louis, Missouri over its biblically-based cohabitation policy.  Mary Walsh and Bev Nance filed a federal lawsuit last month after they were denied the opportunity to live at Friendship Village Sunset Hills in 2016.  The lesbian couple were legally married in 2009, but Friendship Village denied them service because the facility ...

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Plea Deal Claims ‘Notoriously Unreliable’: Legal Analysis of Trump’s Potential Trouble from Cohen

James Duane, a Regent University law professor and former defense attorney, joined CBN’s Faith Nation to discuss President Trump’s potential troubles from the Michael Cohen confession. President Trump has a few choice remarks to say about his former longtime lawyer Michael Cohen. In his first public comments following Cohen’s confession that he violated certain laws during the 2016 presidential election, ...

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One Year After Hurricane Harvey: Pence & Survivors Hail Christians Who ‘Put Feet to Their Prayers’

One year after Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas Gulf Coast, some Americans are still feeling the storm’s impact. Last year’s storm brought a week of death, destruction and loss. During that time, many turned to their faith, including Vice President Mike Pence. “Even in the midst of the storm you were there,” the vice president said at the time. ...

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American Library Group Working to Spread ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ to a Library Near You

Pro-family groups are upset about a blog by the Association for Library Service to Children’s Intellectual Freedom Committee that promotes the “Drag Queen Story Hour.” The blogger writes: “Interested in bringing Drag Queen Storytime to your library? ALSC Committee Members received tips for optimizing success from library pioneers who have already done it. We also had the chance to meet ...

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