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“Brave New World”: Scientists Clone First Human Embryo

“Brave New World”: Scientists Clone First Human Embryo

The “brave new world” of human cloning apparently has arrived, and critics are waving the warning flags. Oregon-based scientists reported Wednesday, May 15, they had cloned human embryos, reportedly the first successful attempt at such cloning, as a means of producing embryonic stem cells.

Boston Marathon – There are also many Daily Acts of Decency

Boston Marathon – There are also many Daily Acts of Decency

“Yes, there are evil people in the world. But we can’t let that blind us to the fact that there are many more good people who make the world a better place with their smiles, their kindness and their daily acts of decency.”

Evangelical Church sends Comfort Dogs to Boston

Evangelical Church sends Comfort Dogs to Boston

Five golden retrievers made their way around Boston Wednesday, visiting some of the 176 wounded victims and others suffering trauma after Monday’s Marathon attack. Maggie, Addie, Luther, Ruthie, and Isaiah are part of the Lutheran Church’s K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry, which is dispatched to various communities in the aftermath of tragedies. They are trained like service dogs, but focus on providing emotional support.

Boston Marathon Bomb Attack: Your Prayers are Needed

Boston Marathon Bomb Attack: Your Prayers are Needed

Two bombs struck near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, turning a celebration into a scene of destruction. Pray for those impacted that God will intervene and provide healing, peace and comfort. Pray for those who are injured (…)

Rick Warren Says he Forgives Illegal Gun Dealer for Youngest Son’s Suicide

Rick Warren Says he Forgives Illegal Gun Dealer for Youngest Son’s Suicide

Pastor Rick Warren, the author of the best-selling book, “The Purpose Driven Life,” and senior pastor of Saddleback Valley Community Church in Lake Forest, California, has revealed that his youngest son, Matthew Warren, 27, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, after he had purchased an unregistered gun online.

Teen walks Ten Miles for a Job Interview that Changes his Life

Teen walks Ten Miles for a Job Interview that Changes his Life

When Jhaquiel started walking to his job interview, he never expected how a stranger along the way would change his life.

Peyton Siva Jr.’s Christian Faith Sustaining him in his Basketball Career

Peyton Siva Jr.’s Christian Faith Sustaining him in his Basketball Career

Peyton Siva Jr., one of the top players for Louisville men’s basketball team, developed strong Christian faith at a young age. His religious beliefs have sustained him through his basketball career.

Religious Leaders Voice Support for Increased Gun Control

Religious Leaders Voice Support for Increased Gun Control

Since the Dec. 14 shooting in Newtown, Conn., numerous faith leaders have joined the call for additional gun control measures. Most Americans agree with the idea, but don’t necessarily believe it will prevent such tragedies from occurring.

Fewer Babies Being Born to Support Aging Population

Fewer Babies Being Born to Support Aging Population

As birthrates decline, the future burden of taking care of grandma grows.

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