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Industry titans Rupert Murdock and Jack Welch have suggested via the social media site Twitter, that soon-to-be GOP nominee Mitt Romney replace his top campaign staff if he wants to defeat President Obama in November.
E! television network’s special on New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow highlighted his influence and the events that led to his superstardom as told through his friends, former teammates and reporters.
When I first left the business world to work for the church in 2006, people thought I was crazy. At the time, I was president of a successful company that was a piece of cake to manage.
Contact: Greg Cox, Faith and Action, 618-407-8908 WASHINGTON, June 30, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — The Reverends Paul and Rob Schenck, representing the National Pro-Life Center and Faith and Action, respectively, issue the following praise for John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court.? “In the wake of the Supreme Court decision on government-mandated health insurance, it may seem strange for two career-long pro-life activists like ourselves to Source: Faith and Action
Contact: Michael Ramey, Director of Communications & Research, 540-751-1247, [email protected] WASHINGTON, June 6, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — A proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would preserve the longstanding traditional right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children was introduced last night in the U.S. Congress.
Pastor Shane IdlemanOf all the attributes of God described in the Bible, holiness is seen most often. Men fell down in the holy presence of God
Well, iMonks, we’ve made it through yet another week. We’ve been cooking and cleaning and praying the offices and visiting with visitors. What we haven’t done is talk about the following topics
Southern Baptist leader Richard Land has issued a lengthy public apology for his racially charged comments about the Trayvon Martin case, and said he has sent a personal letter to President Obama seeking forgiveness.
After nearly four years in the Oval Office, President Obama is incorrectly thought to be Muslim by one in six American voters, and only one quarter of voters can correctly identify him as a Protestant, according to a new poll.
When the Supreme Court ruled that a Christian student group could only be recognized at a small public law school if it accepted non-Christians and gays as potential leaders, some lawyers and campus advocates grew nervous.