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Kirk Franklin's Raw Journey to Meeting His Father for the First Time at 53: 'I Wanted a Daddy so Bad'


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Portland's Meltdown: A Progressive Experiment That 'Has Gone Colossally Bad'

The West Coast city of Portland has become dangerous and unlivable. What was once known as one of America's most beautiful cities is being slowly destroyed by an epidemic of crime, drug abuse, homelessness, and mental illness. One local compared Portland to an 'open air insane asylum.'

Quitting Health Care: 300,000 Fled the Medical Field, Now Many More Are Planning Their Escape

The next phase in America's "Great Resignation" is shaping up to be a huge problem for U.S. access to medical care.

'This Is a Jesus Home, Satan's Not Welcome Here': How Melissa Joan Hart Went from 'Teenage Witch' to Spiritual Warfare

Actress Melissa Joan Hart has been outspoken in recent years about the faith journey that has led her to find salvation in Jesus Christ. Now she's speaking out about the importance of prayer after she suddenly found herself drawn directly into the tragic school shooting in Nashville. 

Bulgarian Survivor Warns Americans: Socialism 'Is Actually an Anti-Christ System'

Georgian Banov grew up under communism in Bulgaria. He warns young Americans who are embracing socialism that while some of its promises sound appealing, communism and socialism come at a high cost and will rob us of the freedoms we enjoy today.

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Pro Golfer Opens Up About Gambling Addiction, Credits Wife as 'Strong and Supportive Partner'

All bets are off for Phil Mickelson, the professional golfer owning up to his gambling addiction after it was alleged he squandered more than $1 billion over the last three decades.

New MercyMe Song Sets Christian Music Record with Another Billboard Chart Topper

Another song from the award-winning Christian band MercyMe has once again risen to the top of the Christian music charts. This time for a record 19th number one showing.   

'You Don't Have to Carry It All': Former GMA Anchor's Faith-Focused Message for Working Moms

Former top-tier news anchor Paula Faris left the news world behind to be present with her family. At the same time, she launched a business and learned some valuable lessons about life-balance along the way. Now she's out with a new book, You Don't Have to Carry It All: Ditch the Mom Guilt & Find a Better Way Forward.