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Videos of Covington Students Allegedly Mocking Native American Elder Went Viral

Videos of students from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky went viral on social media over the weekend as they seemed to mock a Native American elder

Research Shows Christians “over-represented” in Incoming US Congress

Pew Research reported Christians are overrepresented in both sides, considering that only 71 percent of all adults in the US identify as Christians.

A Tribute to David Miller

And it is that genuine, fiery zeal for the Kingdom and selfless approach to Kingdom work that characterized, not only the life of David Miller, but also his work at Life Letter Cafe.

“Family Comes First” for Most Americans, Pew Research Says

Survey results show that almost 70% of Americans said their family is their top source of meaning, fulfillment, and satisfaction in their lives.

Faith Still Alive as Fire Burns Down Church Buildings in Paradise, California

More than 12 churches were destroyed as a wildfire hit Paradise, California, but the community spirit and faith remain.

From Cancer Diagnosis to Earring Empire

And so it was for Pam Sawyer of Winter Springs, Florida who, on February 24, 2014, received “the worse kind of news.” Aggressive Stage 3 breast cancer.

Survey Reveals Majority of Americans Agree that Abortion is a Sin

According to the State of Theology survey, more than half (52%) of respondents believe that abortion is a sin, while only 38% agree that it is not.

New Bible Published to Help Catholics in Scriptural Knowledge

A new Bible was designed by Bible scholars to help Catholics “make sense” of the scripture.new Bible was designed by Bible scholars to help Catholics “make sense” of the Scripture and change the perception that studying the Scripture is a practice of Protestants.

Poll Finds One-third of UK Christians have “Never Prayed for a Miracle”

In a survey by research company ComRes, it was found that 37% of people who identify themselves as Christian have never asked or prayed for a miracle.