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4 Dangers of Leaders Who Like Being Liked

Typically genuine and kind and reasonable people like being liked. They don’t wake up in the morning wondering if they can cause a new person to hate them today. But needing to be liked is different. When someone needs approval from others, the person is willing to sacrifice conviction and

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Church Members React With Surprise to Resignation of Fred Price Jr.; Ministry says Price’s Father Will Return to Lead Church and Television Program

Crenshaw Christian Center church members reacted with surprise after their pastor, Fred K. Price Jr., announced his resignation over "serious personal misjudgments" after a month-long sabbatical. (more…)

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Marriage Lessons From Martin and Katharina Luther

Martin Luther had no intention of marrying. Though he had preached extensively and passionately on the theology of marriage, matrimony, he had decided, simply wasn’t for him. “Not that I am insensible to the emotions of the flesh, being neither wood nor stone,” he wrote to a friend, “but because

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Study Finds That Trust Between Married Couples is Stronger Than Between Unmarried Couples Who Live Together

Trust between married couples is typically stronger than between those who cohabit, new research commissioned by Christian relationship counsellors has found. (more…)

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Pennsylvania Pastor Charged In Granddaughter’s Faith-Healing Death

A pastor in a fundamentalist Christian sect that rejects doctors and drugs has been charged in the death of a child — his own granddaughter — from medical neglect. The novel prosecution is raising hopes among some advocates that it might spur change in a church that has resisted it.

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Paul Ryan, Senate Intelligence Committee Find No Evidence of Trump Wiretap

The speaker of the House, the Senate Intelligence Committee chairman and the ranking Democrat on the committee said Thursday that they've seen no evidence of President Donald Trump's accusation that he was wiretapped last year by his predecessor. (more…)

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Google, Facebook Team Up With French Journalists to Fight ‘Fake News’

French journalists are teaming up with American internet giants Google and Facebook to fight propaganda and misinformation online, mirroring similar efforts already underway in the United States and Germany. (more…)

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78 Organizations Honored as “Certified Best Christian Workplaces” for 2017

More Christian organizations than ever across the U.S. and internationally are creating healthy workplaces with high levels of communication, transparency and trust. (more…)

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Dak Prescott Says Being Bi-racial Has Helped Him Unify Cowboys’ Diverse Team

At the end of the locker room at the palatial facility of the Dallas Cowboys sits a room with a hidden set of cubicles. (more…)

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2 Homeless Men Sleeping in Dumpsters Meet Gruesome Deaths

Two men who likely never met died the same bone-crushing way, according to recently released investigative reports: They fell asleep in dumpsters that city garbage trucks emptied and were killed in the maw of the trash compactor. (more…)

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President Mikhail Gorbachev’s Final Phone Call

Less than two hours before announcing his resignation as president of the Soviet Union on Dec. 25, 1991, Mikhail S. Gorbachev placed a telephone call to President George H. W. Bush, who was celebrating Christmas with his grandchildren at Camp David. (more…)

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