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June 18th, 2018
5 Ways To Develop A Multigenerational Church
By: Vanderbloemen Search Group – vanderbloemen.com – February 21, 2018 Having a multigenerational church is often considered a highly desirable goal. However, even churches with members spanning the age spectrum can struggle to integrate generations in a meaningful and authentic way. So how do you keep your congregation from self-segregating across generational lines? If you feel like you’re being called...
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June 14th, 2018
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Who is Jesus? There’s no question that Jesus is one of history’s most significant figures. His name has reverberated throughout the last 2,000 years, and His contribution has been felt worldwide. As the renowned historian and philosopher, Will Durant, has said, “The triumph of Christ was the beginning of democracy.” To gauge the impact of Jesus from Nazareth, one only...
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June 5th, 2018
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By: Josh Shepherd – stream.org – June 1, 2018 Thousands of churches nationwide have been mobilizing what organizers expect to be the largest evangelistic event in U.S. history. On Sunday, June 10, Pastor Greg Laurie will spearhead the Harvest America live event at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas — home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys. A diverse Dallas-area coalition is...
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June 4th, 2018
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By: Staff – traillifeusa.com – November 6, 2017 When the Boy Scouts of America announced earlier this month they would begin allowing girls to join their fraternity of young men, the Belton-based BSA alternative Trail Life USA issued a press release detailing their position on keeping their scouting-esque organization female free. Founded in 2013, Trail Life markets itself as a...
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June 4th, 2018
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By: Tony Perkins – stream.org – June 2, 2018 There’s a lot to dislike about many public schools — and right now, student safety is at the top of the list. “After a gunman opened fire on students in Parkland, Florida,” a new Washington Times feature explains, “the phones started ringing at the Texas Home School Coalition, and they haven’t...
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May 31st, 2018
Governor Abbott's Seal
By: Gov. Abbott’s Staff – gov.texas.gov – May 30, 2018 Governor Greg Abbott today joined state and local leaders to unveil his School and Firearm Safety Action Plan. The Governor’s plan contains 40 recommendations and includes proposals that call for increasing law enforcement presence at schools, strengthening existing campus security programs, enhancing firearm safety, providing mental health evaluations that identify...
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May 30th, 2018
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By: John Zmirak – stream.org – May 30, 2018 You’ve heard of the whipped-up controversy. A Starbucks manager evicted two non-customers. They happened to be black. It led to a national uproar. A new policy opening Starbucks restrooms to everyone. And a national day-long closure of Starbucks stores for “sensitivity training.” You know what this fracas didn’t do? It didn’t...
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May 24th, 2018
Babies during a group session for their mothers in Bay Minette
By: David French – nationalreview.com – May 23, 2018 Unhappy people make fewer babies, and Americans are shockingly unhappy. I’ll never forget the moment my wife told me she was expecting. I had just returned home from work, and she asked me to come into the kitchen. She was radiating the kind of nervous excitement a person has when they’re...
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May 21st, 2018
Texas Senator Taylor
By: Julie Chang – statesman.com – May 22, 2018 The Texas Senate approved 21-10 a bill early Monday morning that would inject about $530 million into the public education system while creating a so-called school choice system that would redirect state money to help students pay for private school tuition. House Bill 21, originally would have injected $1.6 billion extra...
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May 16th, 2018
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By: David Roach – bpnews.net – May 15, 2018 Legislation passed in Oklahoma and Kansas to protect the religious liberty of adoption agencies has drawn praise from Baptist leaders in those states and criticism from homosexual activist groups. In Oklahoma, Republican Gov. Mary Fallin signed Senate Bill 1140 on May 11. The measure protects private organizations from being required to...
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