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Can’t help myself On his hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, actor Charlie Sheen plays a roguish womanizer who just can’t seem to help himself when it comes to having sex with the ladies. [more]
Skewed news – There are always at least two sides to a story – whether it’s who broke the lamp by playing football inside the house, or who started the war by firing the first shot. [more]
Former CCM star, husband find new home in Branson Family. It played a major role in the lives of contemporary Christian music artists Kim Boyce and husband Gary Koreiba … [more]
God of all comfort Little five-year-old Cooper Jasper died July 17, 2009, in a freak go-cart accident. The words sound so simple and matter-of-fact, but they represent a horrifying hammer-blow to a family. [more]
NEWS FEATURES COLUMNS

AFA radio network celebrates 20 years [more]

Scientist sues over religious discrimination [more]

AFA helps military hear God’s Word [more]

Boycott of Home Depot continues [more]

Marriage advocate reclaims rainbow [more]

Florida A&M reinstates Christian group [more]

How do Americans support Christian businesses? [more]

Self-described abstinent teens found with STDs [more]

Arabic curriculum tabled after controversy [more]

Study reveals couples want church’s help [more]

Largest gay marriage campaign kicked off [more]

Hawaii legislature approves civil unions [more]

Leaders push to defund Planned Parenthood [more]

‘Bella’ actor to build large pro-life center [more]

Infanticide incidents increase in Pakistan [more]

Social costs of pornography revealed [more]

Protestant churches promoting ‘Chrislam’ [more]

Christian holidays removed from EU school calendar [more]

Governors: enforce abortion clinic regs [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.
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Reviews
The Potential Inside
Life After Abortion
Of Gods and Men
A Shine of Rainbows
Soul Surfer

Heaven’s Rain

Unbearable grief, unspeakable joy By Don Locke, guest columnist
Christians appropriately think of Easter as a time of joy and celebration. However, the first Easter morning did not begin that way. [more]

What our mouths reveal about our hearts
By Tim Wildmon, AFA president
So I was in a cab taking me back to the airport in Austin, Texas, Tuesday, when the driver asked me where I was from. When I told him Tupelo, Mississippi, he said, “Oh, Elvis.” [more]

Financial issues
By Dan Celia, host of Financial Issues on American Family Radio.
Q: I am 63 and planning to retire next year. I am concerned about the future of Social Security and having adequate fixed income. [more]

How mass murder gets a pass
By Michelle Malkin, Creators Syndicate
Let’s give the “climate of hate” rhetoric a rest for a moment. It’s time to talk about the climate of death, in which the abortion industry thrives unchecked. Dehumanizing rhetoric, rationalizing language and a callous disregard for life have numbed America to its monstrous consequences. Consider the Philadelphia Horror.
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