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Want to Live Longer?

A study reported by The Washington Post notes people with the highest level of optimism live between 11 and 15 percent longer than those with a less optimistic perspective.

On the Hunt for Fitness

“Our workouts are a form of worship.” Many Christians have never considered such a bold philosophy, but Davie and Robin Ferraro spread it with enthusiasm on the campus of Asbury Theological Seminary (ATS) in Wilmore, Kentucky. Robin serves as Coordinator of Student Health and Achievement,...
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Christianity in Decline in the US, Christians React

On the study about the future of Christianity in the US, Christian professionals advised fellow believers to be creative in protecting the majority status they enjoy now.

Franklin Graham Preaches to Over 17,000 in Mongolia

Evangelist Franklin Graham shared a message of hope to more than 17,000 people in Mongolia on September 10 and 11.

King Charles Vows to Protect All Faiths

King Charles III met with 30 faith leaders in Buckingham Palace on September 16 and vowed to protect the multiple faiths in Britain.

Only a Minority of Pastors Favor 10% Tithe—Barna

In its latest study, Barna Group found that tithing is not widely understood or practiced in today's church.