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  • Years of alcohol abuse destroyed Jason’s liver, and after being kicked off the transplant list, he surrendered his life to God.

  • James lost his leg from an injury in Afghanistan. He and his wife, Stefanie, lived in a split-level house that was anything but easy to navigate....

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Persecuted Nigerian Christians

'When He Refused to Deny Christ, They Cut Off His Right Hand': Nigerian…

There are about 2.5 million internally displaced people within Nigeria. And the thing that all of these people have in common is that they are...

Catholic School

How 'The Most Catholic Country in the World' Left the Church but Is…

Ireland was once called "the most Catholic country in the world." But it has gone from one of the world's most outwardly religious nations to what...

Supreme Court to Decide if Faith-Based Foster Agencies Can Follow Their…

A religious rights case over faith-based adoptions and same-sex couples is heading to the US Supreme Court.  The high court on Monday announced...

  • Author Suzanne Ellers shares a few things teens say keep them from talking.

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Daily Devotion

Got Time for Patience?

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Numbers 11:23, NLT - Then the LORD said to Moses, "Has my arm lost its power? Now you will see whether or not my word comes true!"

Tun lost his leg to a land mine explosion. With one leg he journeys an hour each way to bring home water for his family. The pain is excruciating but...

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