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Grief in the Middle East It happened during the New Year’s Eve service at the Coptic Christian Church of the Saints in Alexandria, Egypt. At midnight, two men parked a car outside the church and got out. [more]
Porn and video games … what parents need to know In the 1970s a new form of entertainment came into American homes. Families could now sit around a television interacting with a video. [more]
Unique family ministry … on the road evangelism Todd donned his tattered old T-shirt with the huge, hand-lettered red “S,” tied on his red-towel cape, and climbed atop the family’s backyard swing set. [more]
Husband, father, shepherd The Billy Graham Association conducted a survey recently and the results should be disheartening to Christians. [more]
NEWS FEATURES COLUMNS

AFA pushes for cleaner highways [more]

Scientist sues over religious discrimination [more]

Attorney: Court punishes ‘narrow’ religious beliefs [more]

New study finds millions homeschooled [more]

PTC study: Hollywood sexualizing teen girls [more]

PTC denounces indecency fine reversal [more]

Online national ID comes close to reality [more]

Kansas churches assessed for new taxes [more]

NBC Today Show promotes ‘Princess Boy’ [more]

Grassley probe of ministries completed [more]

Trueman named CEO of Morality in Media [more]

Christian investment group asks TV providers to stop distributing porn [more]

Pakistani Muslim cleric offers reward for murder [more]

Terrorist group promotes jihad to children [more]

Mt. Soledad war memorial ruled unconstitutional [more]

Pro-family leaders will speak at Branson Worldview Weekend [more]

Federal employees viewing porn not investigated [more]

Training teens for civic leadership As many teachers and parents will attest, the process of lawmaking is anything but exciting to most young students. How a bill becomes law by moving from the floor to committee to being voted on is, to many, boring. TeenPact, a national organization whose mission is to “turn students into statesmen,” is committed to changing that. [more]

Reviews
The Grace Card
Where the Red Fern Grows
Mama’s Plan and Mama’s Plan II
Change of Plans
– The fourth Family Moments movie produced by Walmart and Procter and Gamble, and aired on Fox television

The highest virtue – tolerance or truth? By Buddy Smith, AFA executive vice-president
Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler in their book The New Tolerance: How a cultural movement threatens to destroy you, your faith, and your children, point out that not long ago, the word “tolerance” meant bearing or putting up with someone or something not especially liked. [more]

God in the details of November election By Tim Wildmon, AFA president
Excuse the tardiness, but I believe readers of the AFA Journal would still be interested in some good-news nuggets from the November election results. [more]

Financial issues
By Dan Celia, host of Financial Issues on American Family Radio.
Q: I have heard that we may see a collapse of the dollar. Should I invest in gold or keep the cash in my home? [more]