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Saturday | Fermanagh Today

The Twelfth:Moral stance of Asher bakery applauded at Limavady

In his address to the Brethren at Limavady, guest of honour, Rev Alastair Smyth commended the moral stance taken during the week by Asher Bakery, Newtownabbey, in refusing to produce a cake bearing a message supporting gay marriage.


Related Topix: United Kingdom, Londonderry County, Northern Ireland, Antrim County, Northern Ireland, Wedding, Europe, World News

Saturday | Albany Times Union


This Nov. 18, 2013 photo shows actor-comedian Bill Cosby in New York. Cosby will star in a new comedy special "Bill Cosby: Far from Finished," premiering Nov. 23, at 8 p.m. EST on Comedy Central.


Related Topix: Celebrities, Bill Cosby, New York, Country, Butch Hancock, Julie Miller, Christian-Rock, Sandi Patty

Fri Jul 11, 2014

Edmonton Journal

City assesses south-side church as potential community centre in Edmonton

Large burgundy letters that spelled "Victory" are gone, replaced by sandwich boards for The River Community Church.


Related Topix: The River, 9, Life, Holidays, Christmas, Gospel, The Switzers

Alabama Live

Christian concerts set for Birmingham: Francesca Battistelli, Tamela Mann, Casting Crowns,...

BIRMINGHAM , Alabama -- Fans of Christian music have reason to jump for joy, with several major artists set to perform in the Birmingham area.


Related Topix: Casting Crowns, Tamela J. Mann, Tamela Mann, Francesca Battistelli, Birmingham, AL, Entertainment

Daily Kos

The Hobby Lobby truth about cavefolk life with dinosaurs

The ultra-rich Hobby Lobby Green family not only wants to save women from the sinful use of birth control, but they also want to reform public schools by requiring all students to take Bible-based religion courses.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, The Truth, Inventions, Science / Technology

World Magazine

Starbucks and tears: How Andrew Peterson finishes a book

Andrew Peterson was a struggling songwriter with a passion for Rich Mullins music when the Christian band Caedmon's Call asked him to open for their shows in the late 1990s.


Related Topix: Folk, Andrew Peterson, Rich Mullins

Religion News Service

Student who married same-sex partner expelled from Southwestern Christian University

OKLAHOMA CITY A lesbian student who married her partner was expelled from an Oklahoma university one semester shy of her sports management degree.


Related Topix: Southwestern Christian University, Gay/Lesbian, RNS, Bethany, OK

Religion News Service

Move over, smiley face: New religious emojis on the way

In addition to smiley faces, high heels and frogs, Unicode is rolling out a new batch of 250 emojis , among them a set of religious icons.


Related Topix: RNS

Religion News Service

COMMENTARY: Insights of these 3 religious thinkers may be antidote to a feel-gooda faith

When people utter the mantra "I'm moving on," it usually means they are leaving behind a crisis, conflict or controversy.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing, RNS, Roman Catholic Church, Religion, Pope Benedict XVI

la Cour Des Miracles Opens at Wood Street Galleries Today

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces the opening of La Cour des Miracles by artists Bill Vorn and Louis-Philippe Demers.


Related Topix: The Miracles

Mail & Guardian

Faith pays off for soulful musician

Nhlanhla Majozi quit his job at the bank to study music and now has a radio hit single just a year after launching his music career.


Related Topix: World News, South Africa, The River

Thu Jul 10, 2014

Times Observer

New majors take helm at Salvation Army

Moving to Warren from Zanesville, Ohio, is a return to western Pennsylvania for the Campbells - Ralph was born in New Brighton and lived in Beaver Falls, and Diane was born and lived in McKeesport.


Related Topix: The Campbells, Warren, PA, New Brighton, PA, Beaver Falls, PA, McKeesport, PA, Oil City, PA

Religion News Service

COMMENTARY: Freedom Summer volunteers inspired by more than just idealism

On June 2, 1964, while hundreds of Freedom Summer volunteers were still finishing their training in Oxford, Ohio, three civil rights workers went missing in Neshoba County, Miss.


Related Topix: RNS, Neshoba County, MS, University of Virginia, Mississippi, Philadelphia, MS

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Renowned Christian author to address thousands at United Supermarkets Arena this weekend

Jennifer Burke, city coordinator for the "Living Proof Live" event, described Moore as a speaker who's "very in-depth" but "very easy to understand."


Related Topix: Christian, Travis Cottrell, West, TX, Lubbock, TX

Jawa Report

African Taliban Massacre Christians Raze Church

By BosNewsLife - 'Several Christians were killed near Kenya's violence-plagued coast and leaflets were distributed by suspected Islamic militants Wednesday, July 9, threatening to kill more Christians, residents said.


Related Topix: Morningstar, Conservative Political News, US News

Las Cruces Sun-News

Community notices

The casting call for the Missoula Children's Theatre production of "The Secret Garden" will take place at 10 a.m. Monday at the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St. There are roles for students entering first grade through 12th grade.


Related Topix: Anthony, NM, Casting Crowns, Las Cruces, NM, Albuquerque, NM


Popular Christian music acts to perform at Magic Springs

For the second such weekend of the current season in the water and theme park's Timberwood Amphitheater, Matthew West headlines Friday night, followed by Steven Curtis Chapman on Saturday.


Related Topix: Steven Curtis Chapman, Christian

Wed Jul 09, 2014


Todd Starnes: 'Religious Persecution' of Christians Will End in 'Civil Disobedience' - VIDEO

Frequent Fox News talking head Todd Starnes is talking, yet again, about the plight of Duck Dynasty 's Phil Robertson and his ilk .


Related Topix: The Truth

The Virginian-Pilot

"Ragamuffin" tells the story of Christian musician Rich Mullins

'RAGAMUFFIN' is based on the life of Rich Mullins, one of Christian music's most prophetic songwriters of the 1980s and '90s.


Related Topix: Rich Mullins, Michael W. Smith

Lansing State Journal

311 singer Nick Hexum talks 'Stereolithic,' Michigan venues and singing like Morrissey

Nearly 25 years into their career, 311 -- the rock-reggae band from Omaha, Neb., that topped the alternative charts in the '90s with "Down," "Come Original" and "Beautiful Disaster" -- is back with a shiny new studio album, "Stereolithic."


Related Topix: Nick, Michigan, Common Ground, Jazz