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It's (another) boy!

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Family | When the nurse announced that Teri Schwandt’s newest child was a boy, everyone in the room chuckled a little. Not only is Tucker the 12th child for Teri and…

Labor Day love

By Marvin Olasky, Rachel Lynn Aldrich, Andrew Branch, Graham Gettel, Alissa Robertson & Aimee Stauf
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Business | These five people have found a way to serve others and earn a living through work they enjoy

ACLU joins street ministry in unlikely alliance

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Religious Liberty | When the City of New Orleans passed a ban that kept Troy Bohn’s ministry from preaching in the famous French Quarter, the group found an unlikely ally—the…

Has the baby bust bottomed out?

Has the baby bust bottomed out?

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Family | It’s a baby step. But at least it’s a step in the right direction. A new report released Thursday by Demographics Intelligence predicted a minuscule…

Listening to what the pope did not say

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Homosexuality | The worldwide media erupted with rejoicing earlier this week when, during an impromptu press conference, Pope Francis answered a question (in Italian) about…

Rediscovered Adams letter exhorts abolition defense

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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History | A New Jersey library made an unexpected rediscovery earlier this year—a letter from former United States President John Quincy Adams.  The Plainfield…

A same-sex marriage loophole the size of Canada

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Marriage | Same-sex marriage activists haven’t taken much down time to celebrate their victory after the U.S. Supreme Court’s DOMA decision. And they’ve already…

Losing life, gaining eternity in the ‘Clouds’

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Music | Months after Zach Sobiech died, his song about heaven is still racking up views on YouTube—over 7.7 million to date—and even spent some time in the top…

School expels mom for praying on front steps

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Religious Liberty | Administrators at New Hampshire’s Concord High School told a mother of two students she could no longer pray and read scripture on the schoolhouse steps in…

Want to become a Christian? Give a month’s notice.

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Religious Liberty | The Madhya Pradesh state in India passed legislation earlier this month requiring people to seek governmental permission at least one month before converting…

U.S. veterans search North Korea for fallen aviator’s remains

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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History | Two decorated U.S. war veterans had a rare seat at a North Korean memorial ceremony today as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un launched his country’s…

Former president goes bald, willingly

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Newsworthy | At an age where most men are fighting to keep their hair, the 41st President of the United States willingly gave his up for a good cause. Former President…

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