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An Online Game to Bring the Reality of Religious Diversity Closer to Teenagers

With the educational project Missió Humanitas, the Catalan authorities seek to arouse “curiosity” about the different beliefs, confessions and convictions present in the territory. Following the instructions of researcher Dorota, a woman with a passion for learning, we can travel to the year 2040 to carry out a mission whose purpose has to do with a …

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‘Generation Indoctrination’: What’s Being Done to Protect Kids Legally from Gender Ideology?

As gender ideology continues to pervade every realm of culture, legislators and public policy experts alarmed by its effects on children have taken numerous steps to thwart it from taking root in state laws. When Arkansas state Rep. Robin Lundstrum learned that children in her state were undergoing experimental gender medicalization, she knew she had …

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Ministry Delivers 225K Bibles to North Macedonia, Where Many Can’t Access Scripture in Their Language

A Texas-based Christian ministry that once smuggled Bibles into the Soviet Union delivered the largest donation of children’s Bibles to the Eastern European country of North Macedonia, where many children don’t have access to Scripture in their own language. Founded in 1961, Eastern European Mission (EEM) prints and distributes free Bibles to Eastern Europe and surrounding nations, …

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Teens Have a Positive View of Jesus But Do Know Little About the Bible’s Teachings

A survey interviewed 25,000 teenagers in 26 countries. “It’s rare that teens think poorly of Jesus. The global impression of Jesus is that he is trustworthy, generous, wise, peaceful”, the authors say. Barna Group recently released The Open Generation study, which aims to “help church leaders understand teenagers around the world”. They interviewed nearly 25,000 teenagers aged 13-17, from 26 countries. …

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Mrs. Universe Tori Hope Petersen Talks Growing Up in Foster Care, Shares How More Christians Can Help

Mrs. Universe Tori Hope Petersen, a former foster child who defied the odds set against her at an early age, is a Christian foster youth advocate known for offering hope to children and encouraging adults to answer the call to provide a loving home to children in desperate need of stability.   Petersen wrote about her …

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Youth Ministries Must View Children as ‘Participants,’ Not ‘Consumers’: Barna Group CEO

Youth ministries in American churches must shift their efforts away from molding children to be “consumers” to involving them as “participants” in the “Gospel mission,” the head of the Barna Group has advised.  David Kinnaman, who leads the prominent faith-based polling firm founded by Evangelical pollster George Barna, gave a video presentation Thursday at the Awana …

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Christian Teacher Who Refused to Use Gender Neutral Pronouns Remains in Prison

A Christian teacher who refused to stay away from his school after being suspended in a dispute over gender neutral pronouns remains in prison. On Wednesday, the High Court in Dublin rejected the application of Enoch Burke for an injunction to overturn his paid suspension by Wilson’s Hospital School in County Westmeath, Ireland.  The Church of …

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