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Restrictions on travelers from Ebola-stricken countries

Restrictions on travelers from Ebola-stricken countries

The Obama administration announced Tuesday that all U.S.-bound travelers from three Ebola-stricken African countries will be required to fly into one of five airports that are conducting additional screening, Fox News reports.

The change comes as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle call for a travel ban from those countries — Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. While administration officials…

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Baby Born Healthy After Couple Refuses Abortion Despite Doctors’ ‘Fetal Abnormalities’ Claim

IRELAND – A couple in Ireland recently gave birth to a healthy baby boy after they rejected repeated pressure by doctors to abort the child over claims that he had fetal abnormalities, Christian News Network reports.

Melanie and Damien Sheenan shared their story with the UK’s Christian Institute, and spoke of why they are glad that they gave their son life.

The situation began when Melanie had a…

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Sphinx from ‘Ten Commandments’ Movie Unearthed 91 Years Later

Sphinx from ‘Ten Commandments’ Movie Unearthed 91 Years Later

Hidden for more than 90 years beneath the rolling sand dunes of Guadalupe, California, an enormous, plaster sphinx from the 1923 blockbuster movie “The Ten Commandments” has been rediscovered and is now above ground, Yahoo! News reports.

The public will be able to see the sphinx on display as early as next year, once it has been reconstructed — a necessity since it became weather-beaten during…

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Tennessee journalist available for speaking engagements

Tennessee journalist available for speaking engagements

I’m available to speak at your church, ministry or other organization. Email me at journalnewsroom (at) gmail.com for details. Topics may include Christian formation, organizational communications, current events through a Christian worldview, dealing with the press, and more. I’m a professional journalist and hold a master’s degree in business administration.

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Government report: Obama lied about Ebola threat

Government report: Obama lied about Ebola threat

President Obama assured the American public that our country’s Ebola risk was extremely low, even after a federal government-funded study quietly found a nearly 25 percent chance of Ebola reaching the United States in September 2014, the Daily Caller reports on Yahoo News!

The Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the federal government’s Models of Infectious Disease Agency co-funded a September 2…

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Houston to pastors:  Forget your sermons, now we want your speeches

Houston to pastors:  Forget your sermons, now we want your speeches

Five Christian pastors will no longer have to turn their sermons over to attorneys for the city of Houston. Instead, they will be forced to turn over their speeches related to the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), Todd Starnes of Fox News reports.

I don’t mean to point out the obvious here – but what do those attorneys think a sermon is? It’s a speech.

According to an amended motion filed…

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Houston Feels the Pressure After Sermon Subpoena Response

Houston Feels the Pressure After Sermon Subpoena Response

After Houston’s efforts to subpoena sermons made national news, the homosexual mayor of Houston has decided to narrow the requests and a state official is calling on the city to drop them altogether, Christianity Today reports.

Major evangelical voices such as John Piper, Russell Moore, and Eric Metaxas decried the move following Tuesday’s headlines, joined later by groups on the other end of the…

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Tennessee: Tree planting honors domestic violence victims

Tennessee: Tree planting honors domestic violence victims

(Excerpt of my story from the Times-Gazette.)

Survivors of domestic and sexual violence are strong, and a ceremony Friday will make that statement, one advocate says.

The Haven of Hope, a regional domestic violence center, is planting a pin oak tree Friday in Shelbyville to honor victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The planting will take place at 11 a.m. at Purdy Court Park, across…

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Humanist group threatens Mississipi schools over Gideon Bibles

The American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center has sent a letter to officials at Rankin County School District in Flowood, Mississippi, regarding Northwest Rankin Elementary School’s actions in assisting the Gideons in distributing Bibles to elementary school students.  

On October 7, 2014, the principal of the elementary school sent an email instructing all fifth grade…

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