Kentucky religious schools, along with the students’ parents, have filed a lawsuit against the state’s governor for restricting in-person learning.
Franklin Graham is responding after a complaint from an atheist group caused a public school to withdraw its participation in the Christian charity’s Operation Christmas Child initiative.
(RNS) — This week’s selection includes the death of former Argentine soccer superstar Diego Maradona, Kashmiri Muslims commemorating a Sufi saint and more.
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Photo Credit: Milt Ritter/Pixabay WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that New York’s “very severe” limitations on church attendance in the state’s COVID red and orange zones violate the First Amendment right to free exercise of religion and are not the least restrictive means of preventing infections. “Not only is there no evidence that the…
A quartet made up of 20-something Christian men has been reaching millions with the gospel.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — Feucht has not been reached for comment, but city officials told Religion News Service on Wednesday (Nov. 25), that no permits had been issued to secure the event.
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After 18 years of ministry, Senior Pastors Eric and Candace Johnson have resigned from Bethel Church in Redding, California.
After his wife passed away from brain cancer last month, Barna Group president David Kinnaman announced that he will be taking a leave of absence from the company.
(RNS) — In an unsigned opinion the court said the restrictions “single out houses of worship for especially harsh treatment.”
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KITCHENER, Ontario (RNS) — The returns come as some mainline Protestant Christian denominations have learned about and repudiated the Doctrine of Discovery, the justification for European Christians to seize lands already inhabited by Indigenous peoples.
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Police in England ordered a Christian bookstore to close after they were found to be violating lockdown orders. Two people were also arrested for being inside of the store.
Among Us invites players to solve a murder mystery in space. Interacting virtually with other participants (either strangers or friends online), players must identify a murderous “imposter” before he or she strikes again.
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On this episode of The Plugged In Show, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about this surprising hit game. But we’ll also discuss the bigger picture: how games to continue evolve in their appeal to kids, and what parents need to know about video game trends today.
After you’ve listened to our discussion, be sure to check out the following links related to this week’s show.
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- Plugged In Review: Sid Meiers’ Civilization VI
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- Focus on the Family: Setting Media Standards
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- Plugged In: Tech Guide
- Focus on the Family: How to Develop Media Intelligence in Your Home
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