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Public School Proud | Half-Full Ministry to Your Schools

By Suzii Paynter | March 26, 2019

There are no TV cameras. There is no celebrity. The Dow Jones doesn’t rise and fall based on ministry to neighborhood kids. But your church makes a difference with a half-full attitude when you minister to your public schools.

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 Mitch Randall, executive director of EthicsDaily.com, interviews several Oklahoma teachers regarding the current crisis in public education funding.

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Mississippi Flag Vote Raises Concern About State’s Future

By Alex Smirnov | April 24, 2001

Mississippi voters ended a statewide flag referendum last week, choosing to keep the symbol of the Old South, known as the Confederate or St. Andrew’s cross, as a dominant part of the state banner. However, the debate is likely to continue with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) threatening to boycott […]

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‘No-Fuss, No-Muss’ Baptisms Draw Small Easter Crowd

By Jodi Mathews | April 24, 2001

“Heartfelt participation” was the only requirement given to the 14,000 Seattle, Wash., residents who received postcards from Christ Episcopal Church offering “no-fuss, no-muss” baptisms at their Saturday Easter vigil. Part of the pitch was that there would be “no fuss, no follow-up.” Instead of the six weeks of classes usually required of catechumens, the Easter-vigil […]

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China’s ‘Forced Abortion’ Policy Necessary?

By Jodi Mathews | April 24, 2001

Christian Coalition founder, Pat Robertson, turned the heads of the religious right and others last week when he defended China’s one-child policy during an interview on CNN’s “Wolf Blitzer Reports.” The controversy arose when Blitzer asked Robertson about the policy that can result in state-ordered abortions, according to a Washington Post article. “I don’t agree […]

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Frantic Families: Time for a Change

By Karen Zurheide | April 17, 2001

Most middle-class kids play a sport or two each season, play an instrument, take art or drama or dance, and belong to a scouting organization–in addition to meeting homework demands and participation in religious activities. From 1981 to 1997, structured sports time for American children doubled, evidence of the trend of over-scheduled kids, according to […]

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Tune In to TV-Turnoff Network

By Cliff Vaughn | April 17, 2001

“The average American spends four hours a day watching television. That adds up to more than one day every week, two months every year, and nine solid years by age 65, that Americans spend glued to the tube,” according to TV-Turnoff Network. TV-Turnoff Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children […]

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