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Ben Carson Praises Trump for Calling for National Day of Prayer

A man of science as well as faith – Housing and Urban Development Secretary – Ben Carson, has praised President Trump for calling for a National Day of Prayer as the coronavirus outbreak grips the nation. As Vice President Mike Pence and officials of the White House Coronavirus Task Force provided updates to the public on the growing COVID-19 pandemic, ...

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Conservative Squad To The Republican Rescue

Four Republican women running for Congress in 2020 are being called the “conservative squad” who are challenging the original Capital Hill “squad” – or “socialist squad,” four far-left Freshman congresswomen who have gotten an incredible amount of mainstream press since being sworn into office, some symbolically on an Islamic Koran. Joining the 2020 congressional races are these four female GOP ...

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Mom Runs For Congress After Her Son Is Murdered

Agnes Gibboney is stepping up and taking action – after California’s sanctuary laws released the gang member who ended up murdering her son – by running for Congress. In 2002, Gibboney learned that her 29-year-old son Ronald Da Silva had been shot and later died of his wounds. The killer pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and was convicted and sent ...

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Great Ideas to Keep Christ in Christmas

Every year it seems that the Holidays get more and more commercial, and for the devout, that means it becomes that much more challenging to “keep the Christ in Christmas.” Here are some great activities parents have done that focus on Jesus, that have helped their families celebrate the birth of our Savior, as well as draw closer together as ...

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The Holidays of my (Childhood) Dreams

My parents divorced when I was 12. After that, my older sister and I alternated celebrating Thanksgiving with each parent. For a couple of years, we celebrated Thanksgiving by going to the movie theater with my mom. Some years, she made a small, ordinary meal and we ate it at her silent house with the thermostat set to 65 degrees ...

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Cowboy Movie Showcases Conservative Values

Along with many other ranchers, my family and I are featured in the newly released movie Cowboys: A Documentary Portrait. The movie chronicles life on America’s big cattle ranches. Filmmakers John Langmore and Bud Force traveled to historic ranches in eight western states to capture footage of all aspects of ranch work, from branding calves in the spring to feeding ...

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Keys To Success In Adulthood

The key to success in adulthood is to recognize that weaknesses can be perceived as strengths. For example, people who struggle with indecision could also be considered thoughtful souls who examine all sides of an issue. Likewise, wool-gathering dreamers might just as easily be called visionaries. “The goal of adulthood is not to become a well-rounded success machine. The goal ...

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4 Companies That Promote Christian Values

You are probably familiar with Chic-fil-A and Hobby Lobby as two very popular retailers that are well-known for promoting their Christian values. But did you know there are a few other Christian businesses out there that you may be a little less acquainted with, that actually post Bible verses on their products? Here are the top 4 companies that have ...

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There’s No Such Thing as a Super Mom

There has been a tremendous burden placed on the shoulders of women who also happen to be mothers. These women are expected to maintain and excel at their careers, be an effective partner to their husbands, and manage the entire household and household budget—all while wearing makeup and keeping her body in the best of shape. If it’s true that ...

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