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June Cover Karis
Dear Karis
Staff writer Teddy James pens emotional promises to his first child, a daughter, just days before her birth on April 10. [more]
Downline disciples
Know a young person ready for radical discipleship? A Tennessee man has followed a God-given vision to create a discipling paradigm that is reaching around the globe. [more]
two currents
One generation, two currents
The Barna Group focuses on the intersection of faith and culture. Barna president David Kinnaman looks at the body of Christ, young and old, and cites signs of hope for the future. [more]

Sin that burns us all …
Is personal sin really private? Is it a secret one can keep inside oneself? Or does one’s personal sin exact a price from society? [more]

Issues@hand Commentary

‘Speechless’ to be expanded, reissued [more]

Wildmon honored with Heritage award [more]

Religious freedom threatened in Kentucky [more]

Hey! Shut up and be tolerant![more]

GLAAD blacklists AFA trio [more]

Atheists threaten lawsuit if crosses not removed [more]

Gumbel is red-faced at Palin appearance [more]

Birds of a feather … [more]

More than ever on food stamps [more]

Standardized tests overemphasized, teachers say [more]

Council offers Bible curriculum for public schools [more]

Louisiana governor wins school reform measures [more]

Record number of church foreclosures [more]

ESPN says pro-vote ad has religious overtones [more]

Church attendance = happiness [more]

Florida family group takes on CAIR [more]

How to contact your lawmakers [more]


God builds reservation school
One lady thought it was a short term mission trip to North Dakota’s Cheyenne River Indian Reservation. In 2009, she moved there to build and run a school. [more]

Movie, book reviews
Review of select entertainment and education resources for Christians [more]

“[It is] necessary to destroy all the churches of the region. …” [more]

Waiting with bated breath
By Tim Wildmon, AFA president
Sometime in June the Supreme Court of the United States will hand down a decision which will decide the fate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or “Obamacare” as it is commonly called. My guess is it will most likely be struck down as unconstitutional in a 5-4 or 6-3 decision. Most observers who listened to oral argument earlier this spring by the solicitor general (federal government’s top lawyer) before the Supreme Court agreed that it did not go well for the Obama administration [more]

Financial issues
By Dan Celia, host of Financial Issues
on American Family Radio.
Q: I am nearing retirement and am more concerned than ever about outliving my money. Are there steps I should be taking now to secure my retirement benefits? [more]