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Work the fields There was no doubt that the November midterm election was a big win for Republicans and a stinging defeat for Democrats. [more]
Taking exception to the exceptions It was 1.21 million in 2005, 1.29 million in 2002, 1.31 million in 2000, 1.36 million in 1996. Between 1973 and 2005, over 45 million. Those are more than just numbers. [more]
Heart-Cry Byron Paulus, executive director of Life Action Ministries and an organizer of Heart-Cry for Revival, offers a specific, yet comprehensive definition of “revival …” [more]
Biblical reflections on the Holy Land of Jordan In some ways there is very little that is impresive about the Holy Land. [more]
NEWS FEATURES COLUMNS

The Home Depot mocks marriage [more]

He who has ears … [more]

Political activists in Israel begin Tea Partying [more]

Single woman cited for seeking Christian roommate [more]

Alcoholic beverages linked to breast cancer [more]

Oklahoma City mayor rejects lingerie football [more]

Christian college teaches sex-in-dorm etiquette [more]

Big bucks boost Texas homeschool students [more]

PTC holds secret shopper video game campaign [more]

CIA releases missionary plane investigation [more]

Voters want moral, ethical government [more]

‘Straight Pride’ shirts cause problems [more]

Taxpayers fund Web-based gay sex diaries [more]

Billboard causes controversy in Wisconsin [more]

Planned Parenthood releases 2008 numbers [more]

Birth rate in U.S. continues decline [more]

Protest of porn store in Indiana results in closing [more]

Product mutes offending language in TV content
In 2005, a Pew Research poll found that 61% of American adults personally had a problem with the language they heard on television. It is no surprise then that two million families have invested in a technology known as TV Guardian. [more]

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Playing marbles with diamonds
By Jeff Chamblee, Program director, AFA New Media
A few years ago, Steve Camp came out with Playing Marbles with Diamonds, a song that asked a lot of important questions about why we treat sacred things with a light-hearted attitude. I think it’s a valid concern. [more]

Thank God my college football team is losing”
By Matt Friedeman, Host of The Matt Friedeman Show on American Family Radio
Recently I jokingly noted to my congregation how wonderful it was that my college football team this year is pitiful (Kansas Jayhawks), so that now I could forget all about them and lift up my heart totally to God. [more]

Financial issues
By Dan Celia, host of Financial Issues on American Family Radio.
Q: I am concerned about inflation in the coming year. Is gold the best place to invest? [more]