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How to Rest in Turbulent Times From the COVID crisis to financial burdens, and from fear and isolation to a divided nation, millions are lacking peace and rest. But I believe we can find rest if we look to the right source. As one theologian said, “Rest is desisting from exertion.”  Expending energy […]

Does the March for Life 2021 Really Matter? A global pandemic, political unrest, mixed messages from mainstream media — at first glance, it appears that the issue of abortion might pale compared to recent troubles in our nation. With the heaviness of current events, should we care about the March for Life 2021? […]

Tennessee Governor Lifts Some COVID Restrictions on Houses of Worship, But Encourages Churches to Continue Meeting Online On Tuesday, Republican Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed an executive order providing guidelines for places of worship in the state amid COVID-19. The new order, Executive No.74, extends the provisions made in a previous order, Executive […]

Woman Loses Family after Responding to Visions of Christ, She Says NAIROBI, Kenya, January 22, 2021 (Morning Star News) – Mansitula Buliro was preparing for Muslim evening prayers with her husband in eastern Uganda last week when she had a vision of Christ, she said. The 13-weeks pregnant, 45-year-old mother of seven said […]

Biden’s Policies on Abortion and Family ‘Advance Moral Evils,’ Catholic Bishops Head Says The head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops this week said he is praying for President Biden and looks forward to working with the new administration but remains concerned that the new president supports policies that “advance moral evils.” […]

‘He Is Safe with God’: Dolly Parton’s Brother, Randy, Dies following Battle with Cancer Randy Parton, Dolly Parton’s younger brother, died at the age of 67 earlier this week, as reported by The Christian Post. “My brother Randy has lost his battle with cancer. The family and I are grieving his loss but […]

Evangelist Stephen Lungu Dies of Coronavirus African Evangelist Stephen Lungu, who is known as the “Billy Graham of Africa,” died of coronavirus on January 18th. Lungu, the retired CEO of African Enterprise, died at the age of 78. Part of the reason he died was because he was diabetic and couldn’t fight off […]

Senator Mitch McConnell Proposes Trump’s Impeachment Trial Be Postponed until February Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is proposing to new Majority leader Chuck Schumer that the impeachment trial for former president Donald Trump should be held in February. According to CBS News, a spokesperson for Schumer explained that McConnell’s proposal is being reviewed. […]

House Rep. Files Articles of Impeachment against President Biden A freshman member of Congress introduced articles of impeachment Thursday against President Biden, saying he had abused the power of his office while serving as vice president under former President Barack Obama. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) – who has been the source of […]

Press Secretary Jen Psaki Dodges Abortion Policy Question by Citing President Biden’s Catholic Faith During her first White House Press briefing on Wednesday, new press secretary Jen Psaki allegedly dodged a reporter’s question about President Biden’s proposed abortion policies under his new administration. Owen Jensen with EWTN Global Catholic Network asked Psaki what […]

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