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November 10, 2017

Dr. Cindy Trimm Discusses her New Book, “History Maker”: ‘When I Got Rid Of Religion I Found God’

In Dr. Trimm’s upcoming book History Maker, she coaches current and future leaders on how to navigate the journey to greatness in order to become a person destined to make history. The book weaves in God-inspired lessons and messages grounded in faith and... Continue Reading →

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Dallas Reporter Responds To Woman Who Body Shamed her In a Viral Facebook Post for Wearing a Figure-Hugging Dress On Air: ‘I’m Not Going Anywhere’

The Dallas traffic reporter who was body-shamed earlier this week by a viewer has taken to her social media to thank fans for their support. Channel 8’s Demetria Obilor said that haters were open to explore “other options” if they were... Continue Reading →

Why Johnny Can’t Read … the Bible

by Eric Metaxas We told you about having your kids take their Bibles to school. But what about teaching the Bible there? Last month I told you about a growing movement in the U.S. called "Bring Your Bible to School Day," organized by... Continue Reading →

Photo of Black Women From Duke University’s Class Of 2018 Goes Viral

Spring graduation season has come and gone for 2017, but a select group of ladies from the Duke University class of 2018 are already looking ahead to their big day....and heating up the Internet in the process. Social media was left in... Continue Reading →

The Existence of Facebook Doesn’t Affect your Mental Health — It’s How you Use It

It's hard to believe that social media has only been around for a little over a decade. (Remember when you needed a college email address to get a Facebook account?) But despite the popularity of social platforms, and the sheer... Continue Reading →

10 Ways to Say Thank You to the Veterans In Your Life

Understand What Veterans Day Is About Don't confuse Veterans Day (November 11) and Memorial Day (the last Monday in May). They're both important national holidays that commemorate our military, but they honor different things: Veterans Day pays respect to all those men and women... Continue Reading →

Here We Go: Survey Shows 4 in 10 Americans Say Gender Is Not Determined at Birth

A new survey shows that 44 percent of Americans say a person's gender is not determined at birth and that a person can be a man or a woman regardless of the "sex they were assigned at birth." Pew Research... Continue Reading →

Get Into the Thanksgiving Spirit With This Turkey and Rice Vegetable Soup

Oh how we've missed soup season. TOTAL TIME: 0:20 PREP: 0:05 LEVEL: EASY YIELD: 4 SERVINGS INGREDIENTS 1/2 c. bacon, cut into 1/2" pieces 1 lb. ground turkey 1 Garlic clove, minced 1 c. Chopped red onion 1/2 c. chopped carrots kosher salt Freshly... Continue Reading →

Controversy Over California City Telling Church to Stop Food Service Ministry to Homeless by Thanksgiving

A city in California is garnering controversy over an apparent decision to stop a church from feeding local homeless, effective after Thanksgiving. Malibu United Methodist Church has a program that once a week feeds between 60 to 100 homeless individuals... Continue Reading →

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