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When it comes to protecting a church property, having a gun in the equation isn’t necessarily the first priority, according to Jimmy Meeks of Sheepdog Safety Training based out of Hurst, Texas.

NLT | Becky Uehling

John and Lori Thomason stand in front of their menu board at their restaurant Panhandlers in Oshkosh, Neb. 

The majority of the employees who work at the combined restaurants of Panhandlers and Johnny’s Steak house in Oshkosh, Neb., are recovering addicts, and that’s how owner John Thomason likes it.

It will now be easier for faith-based institutions to receive federal disaster relief funds.

The Persecuted Church

Today in America, if you stand against the hard left’s new definitions of values and virtue, you will be insulted and falsely accused in the most aggressive way.

 

The Christian Soldier

In the fall of 1977, Dr. Paul Bottom, formerly of Grant, Neb, gave his life to Christ.

A November 2017 survey conducted by American Culture and Faith Institute (ACFI) shows that only two out of every five Christ followers (39%) believe they should share the importance of reliance upo

Nebraska Family Alliance 

It’s easier to pray when you have a strategy. That’s what the Nebraska Family Alliance’s Capitol Prayer Initiative is about. 

COLUMNS

Our churches have become training grounds for our youth, and if some aren’t yet, they need to be. 

It was with great sadness on Sept. 16 when I read on social media of the death of Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi.