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HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO PREPARATION FOR THE STORM Royal Palm Cemetery Come prepared to receive the blessing of forgiveness as you hear prayers offered, powerful...

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Why Would a Loving God Allow Disasters?

On June 9th, 2012, just outside of Ft Collins, Colorado Lightning struck a single tree on private land around 6:00 in the morning. This fire quickly burned through approximately 136 square miles or more than 87,000 acres. The blaze took over 2000 fire fighters to fight and more than 3800 personnel to support the firefighting efforts at a cost of over $38.4 million.

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Christian Groups Send Aid to Caribbean Hurricane Victims

The strong winds of Hurricane Maria caused power outage in the whole island of Puerto Rico, affecting 3.4 million citizens. Landslides blocked many roads and massive flooding submerged villages, reports Premier. Immediately, Christian charity group Samaritan's Purse sent humanitarian aid to each affected islands in the Caribbean.
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Lauren Daigle “How Can It Be” Album Review

Lauren Daigle has certainly made a name for herself in the music industry. A native to Louisiana, Daigle has experienced pain and hardships first hand at a young age after falling ill to an immune deficiency that kept her away from school for two years. However, that did not stop Daigle from pursuing her dreams.

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  • Prayer vigils held after church shooting September 25, 2017
    Prayer services continue today (Sept. 25) as Nashville mourns yesterday's mass shooting at an area church that killed one and injured eight others including the pastor at the close of morning worship.
  • Scientists poke holes in natural selection September 25, 2017
    The Darwinian concept of natural selection seems pretty straightforward: The most fit survive and pass their genes on to their offspring, while unfit organisms die off. But new research, published in the Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, shows survival is a lot more complicated, and natural selection is neither clear-cut nor provable.
  • Mohler's The Briefing tackles cultural questions September 25, 2017
    Albert Mohler's "The Briefing" podcast reaches eight seasons of his daily podcast with record numbers.
  • FROM THE COLLEGES: Williams to rename as a university; OBU women's soccer competes in Asia & England; ... September 25, 2017
    Williams Baptist College to be renamed as a university; Oklahoma Baptist University Lady Bison soccer team competes in west Asia and Europe; California Baptist University students provide health care in East Africa, China and Philippines; Louisiana College faculty's book study integrates faith and learning.

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  • Alan Jacobs: Hating Your Neighbor Will Make You Dumb
    How tribalism and culture-warring have ravaged our ability to think. Alan Jacobs’s wonderful new book How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds never mentions the concept of black magic. But it offers a lively antidote to magical thinking nonetheless. As any wizard knows, to practice magic is to marshal the powers […]
    Stephen Backhouse
  • Kaepernick, Speech, and a Job: The Cleat May Soon be on the Other Foot
    Free speech is important, but is it always helpful, and how does it relate to employment? Free speech can be quite controversial. But this shouldn’t be surprising. If we all agreed on everything, we wouldn’t need the First Amendment. Unpopular speech is why we have the First Amendment. And, let me be clear, Colin Kaepernick […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • Fake Apocalypse News Shouldn't Eclipse Real Tragedy News
    There are real issues that deserve full coverage, not another fake story about the end of the world. The need for good journalism has never been more pressing. Time and time again I have written about fake news. And over and over we find more of it, and more people believing it. Rohingya Muslims are […]
    Ed Stetzer