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Audio Adrenaline

Audio Adrenaline’s Sound of the Saints, the band’s second album since re-forming in 2012, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Christian Albums chart after its May 5 release. The Fair Trade Services project also entered the Billboard 200 at No. 69 ...

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Playing favorites

father and sons

My kids have been asking me, “Who’s your favorite?” One of them even gave me a picture frame with the words “from your favorite son” on it. So I guess I should let them know which one gets this coveted ...

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‘Little Boy’ packs big message

Little Boy

Life can be especially cruel when you are 7 and the world is at war. It’s even more so when you are unusually small and the war comes closer to home in the form of a bulky town bully and ...

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  • Tennessee lawmakers pass bill requiring schools to post ‘In God We Trust’
    Public schools in Tennessee soon could be required to post “In God We Trust” in a “prominent location” if the governor signs a bill that cleared the state legislature this week. “Our national motto and our founding documents are the cornerstones of freedom,” the bill’s sponsor, Republican state Rep. Susan Lynn, said in a statement. […]
  • Johnson Amendment remains intact in latest omnibus spending bill
    The part of tax law that prohibits houses of worship from engaging in explicit political activity will remain intact for now, despite concerns that Republican lawmakers would try to repeal it in the latest massive federal spending bill they released this week. The more than 60-year-old law, often referred to as the Johnson Amendment, bars […]
  • American pastor facing up to 35 years in prison in Turkey
    Imprisoned US pastor Andrew Brunson is set to stand trial before a Turkish criminal court on April 16 on espionage and terrorism-related charges that could jail him for up to 35 years. Seventeen months after the pastor’s arrest in the port city of Izmir, a formal indictment accepted by the Izmir 2nd Criminal Court has […]
  • Austin bombings unite pastors in prayer
    The spate of bombings in Austin that had everyone in the city on “high alert” may be over after suspect Mark Anthony Conditt killed himself with an explosive device Wednesday, March 21. The latest development left many Christian leaders thankful the situation didn’t become far worse, said David Smith. “Though we grieve for the families, […]
  • North Korean says Kim dynasty changed his perception of Christianity
    Every year, for the birthdays of North Korea’s Kim dynasty founder, Kim Il-sung, and his son and successor, Kim Jong-il, John Choi* would receive a large pack of sweets from his parents. So would all his primary-school peers. However, before unpacking his present, John was told to follow the ritual of bowing to the pictures […]