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'God Never Gives Up on You': Max Lucado Reveals He Fought a Secret Battle with Alcohol

On the outside, author and minister Max Lucado had it all together. He was part of a thriving church, had top-selling books in the hands of people all over the country, and was designated the "Best Preacher in America." But Lucado recently opened up about how he secretly drank alcohol to deal with the stress and pressure of ministry.  

'This Is Blasphemy': Dallas Church Pledges Allegiance to Drag Queens and LGBT Agenda

A Dallas, Texas church hosted a group of drag queens Sunday in order to "bless" them and to respond to a state law that would make sexually-oriented performances in front of children a criminal offense. The church then went a step further, pledging allegiance to the LGBT agenda while praying aloud, "We pledge to be allies to the drag community."

'They Wanted Jesus... It Was so Sincere': Author Jennie Allen Shares About Mass Baptism at Auburn

God is continuing to move mightily on college campuses across the country, with one of the latest campuses to experience revival being Auburn University in Alabama.  Recently, a Christian event inside Auburn's Neville Arena led to roughly 200 students spontaneously being baptized in a nearby lake afterward.  

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'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.

3 Pro-Life Activists Jailed, Found Guilty of Federal Charges in DC Abortion Clinic Sit-In

A group of pro-life activists is facing up to 11 years in prison for blocking access to what they consider to be a controversial late-term abortion clinic in Washington, D.C. 

Biden to Grant Legal Status to Nearly 500,000 Migrants as Democrat Officials Warn, 'No End in Sight'

After growing pressure to do more on the country's immigration crisis President Biden is finally taking action. But it's not action to stop the ongoing stream of migrants over the border.  Instead, the White House is granting temporary legal status to an estimated 472,000 Venezuelans who arrived in the country as of July 31, making it easier for them to get to work in the US.