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Heterosexual Awareness Month: Idaho Bar Sparks Debate and Draws Crowds

An Idaho bar's declaration of Heterosexual Awareness Month has sparked significant controversy and widespread discussion. The marketing campaign, which aims to celebrate heterosexuality, has...

State Department Expresses Condolences to Adversary Iranian President’s Death

The State Department offered condolences to Iran after the death of its president, Ebrahim Raisi.

California Church to Baptize 30,000 People Sunday

A Southern California church is leading a movement, "Baptize California," to baptize 30,000 people on Sunday.

National Days of Prayer – American Minute with Bill Federer

Do you know America’s tradition of Days of Prayer? In Alexander Young’s Chronicles of the Pilgrims, (Boston, 1841), Edward Winslow recounted: “Drought and the like … moved...

Hundreds of Students Baptized at University of Alabama

Hundreds of students were baptized at the University of Alabama last week.

Evangelist on Mission for Revival at Southern Border

Texas evangelist Tony Suarez announced that he will hold a series of revival meetings near the U.S. southern border.

Disney’s New X-Men Cartoon to Feature ‘Non-Binary’ Character

Disney's new X-Men cartoon will reportedly feature a non-binary character in the upcoming season.

Hundreds of Students Baptized at Leading Florida Party School

Hundreds of students were baptized last week at Florida State University, one of the nation's top "party schools."

“Hark! the Herald Angels Sing”-Charles Wesley; and Classic Carols: “Joy to the World,” “Messiah,” “O Come, All Ye Faithful” – American Minute with Bill...

From 1714 to 1718, James Oglethorpe was a military aide under the command of Prince Eugene of Savoy fighting to drive the Muslim Turks out of Belgrade, Serbia. After the battle, at...

“Until We Meet Again” & James T. Fields’ The Atlantic Monthly, “The Captain’s Daughter”; “I know Who holds the future and I know Who...

In 1788, poet Robert Burns published an ancient Scottish folk song "Auld Lang Syne," meaning "in days of old gone by." A similar poem was written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in...

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