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Target Loses $9 Billion in 1 Week After Firestorm Over LGBTQ-Pride Products

Retail giant Target began advertising gay pride products in early May including items for transgender women. Following intense pushback and billions of dollars in losses, the company has decided to remove some of the items from stores. This comes as other businesses expand promotions and displays in association with the June Pride month.

Justin Bieber Shares Simple Gospel Message Then Demonized Woman Finds Jesus in 'Supernatural' Moment

A woman whose painful past led her deep into a world of spiritual darkness is sharing how a chance encounter on a flight with Justin Bieber planted a seed that ultimately led her to give her life to Christ. The encounter was followed by several supernatural moments, and then, "It's this overwhelming peace and I am sobbing and I can't get up....and I felt the Holy Spirit." 

Franklin Graham Warns Christians About Bank Accounts: 'Every Demon in Hell... Turned Loose'

Evangelist Franklin Graham issued a major warning about persecution against Christians in America. It came during his keynote address at the opening session of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) convention being held through Thursday in Orlando, Florida. 

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These Marine Missionaries Are Helping America's Warriors Live Their Faith in Christ

A small network of missionaries for Marines says the strongest weapon against enemy forces is the Word of God. The non-profit  Tun Tavern Fellowship is helping any Marine willing to walk in relationship with Jesus Christ, renew their strength in the Lord. 

Grandson of Shirley Jones Crashed on Cocaine After Losing 'The Voice' - As He Was Dying, He Cried Out to Jesus

Jack Cassidy was 17 when he was chosen to compete on "The Voice." He was in his element and convinced he could win. But when Jack was cut from the contest, his dreams were dashed, and his life was soon hanging in the balance.

'People Shouldn't Wait to Share Their Stories': Former Israeli SEAL Says Early Intervention Key to Healing PTSD

The connection between the U.S. and Israeli Special Forces is reaching a new level as military men and women find strength by being open and vulnerable about their wartime experiences.