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Who Is Playing the Race Card?

Michael Brown has received vicious verbal attacks for asking his black evangelical friends some pointed questions in the wake of the presidential elections. Now, he's answering the accusations.

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Twilight: A Parent's Guide to the Vampire Series

Today, the final movie in the phenomenon The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part 2, releases to much anticipation among our nation's teens. But do you understand what your children are watching? Be sure to read this parent’s guide to the biggest teen vampire series in history.

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10 Lies the Church Tells Women

For centuries, a patriarchal system of control has kept women in spiritual captivity through distortion of the Scriptures. It's time to debunk the myths.

A Heart for Iraq’s Children

Americans Jeremy and Jessica Courtney moved their family to war-torn Iraq  to provide lifesaving medical care to Iraqi children. Are you willing to move from your comfort zone?

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The Grass Isn't Always Greener ...

It seems that no matter what season of life we are in, we want to be in a different one. God wants us to appreciate where we are.

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Men, ‘Get Tebowed’

Charismatic NFL quarterback Tim Tebow will share his personal testimony at the Wildfire Conference at Liberty University in March.

A Believer’s Guide to the Immigration Debate

With 71 percent of Latinos voting to re-elect President Obama, there's no doubt the immigration issue was a key concern. Here are 10 considerations that Christians should bear in mind about the immigration debate. 

An Open Letter to My Black Evangelical Friends

Michael Brown has been very open in his criticism of white evangelicals. Now, in the wake of the election, he's asking his black evangelical friends some tough questions.

Christians Building a City From Scratch

Students from charismatic Lee University have started People for Care & Learning, which isn't just clothing and feeding widows and orphans but building an entire city for them. 

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Healing the Divisions in Post-Election America

Take a look at Appomattox, Va., a town known historically as "where our nation reunited." After the 2012 election, which has emphasized the division of our nation, can we find harmony among discord?

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