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Mississippi Lawmakers Want To Make The Bible The State Book

04 February 2015 Published in World Digest
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi is the birthplace of William Faulkner, Richard Wright and recent U.S. poet laureate Natasha Trethewey. However, some lawmakers say they want to look beyond the secular literary world and designate the Bible as the state book. At least two bills are being filed during this state election year to make the holy book a state symbol. One is from Republican Rep. Tracy Arnold of Booneville, who is the pastor of a nondenominational Christian church. The other is from Democratic Reps. Tom Miles of Forest and Michael Evans of Preston, who say they have promises of…

Every Single Day This 99-Year-Old-Woman Sews a Dress for a Child in Need

02 September 2014 Published in World Digest
By Sumitra on August 25th, 2014 Category: News Lillian Weber, from Iowa, is almost 100 years old, but she doesn’t let her age stand in the way of her life’s mission – helping those in need. She spends every single day making a dress from scratch, so that a child in need will have something to wear. She started the unique project in 2011, and she’s made over 840 dresses so far. Her goal is to make 1,000. Lillian, who was nominated for WQAD-TV’s ‘Pay It Forward’ award, gets started on a new dress every morning, takes a break at…

Regrets of the dying

02 September 2014 Published in World Digest
November 19, 2009 • Bronnie Ware For many years I worked in palliative care. My patients were those who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared. I was with them for the last three to twelve weeks of their lives. People grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality. I learnt never to underestimate someone’s capacity for growth. Some changes were phenomenal. Each experienced a variety of emotions, as expected, denial, fear, anger, remorse, more denial and eventually acceptance. Every single patient found their peace before they departed though, every one of them.…

Tim Tebow News: Trusting God is the 'Best Way to Live Life'

28 July 2014 Published in World Digest
By William Rameau, BREATHEcast News Reporter Jul 24, 2014 04:09 PM EDT Former NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow revealed that he is keeping his trust and faith in the Lord as he tries to return to the game he loves to play, American football. "One of my favorite quotes is: 'I don't know what the future holds, but I know who holds my future,'" said Tebow to FOX10, "In that, it gives you peace to just continue to work and go after what your heart desires. And when you do that, you don't have any regrets. And that's the best way…

Hulk: We will be criticized, but there is a God, whom I thank.

23 July 2014 Published in World Digest
Before the start of the FIFA World Cup Championship, Brazilian striker Hulk shared his impressions about the news that he has been included in the national team to play at the championship: - I cannot imagine a greater happiness than I am feeling right now! Not only I, but all my family, my friends and all my fans. I saw the list of the players for the World Cup, found my name there and above all I want to thank God for that. I also want to thank the federation, which is counting on me. Now I want to devote…

EU Signs Pacts With Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova

14 July 2014 Published in World Digest
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL / Europe By Naftali Bendavid And Laurence Norman Updated June 27, 2014 5:48 a.m. ET The European Union and three of Russia's neighbors sign sweeping trade-and-political agreements Friday, pushing the bloc's influence eastward but potentially provoking fresh tensions with Moscow. WSJ's Lukas Alpert joins Simon Constable on the News Hub with the details. Photo: Getty BRUSSELS—The European Union and three of Russia's neighbors signed sweeping trade-and-political agreements Friday, pushing the bloc's influence eastward but potentially provoking fresh tensions with Moscow. The deals with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova, which lower trade barriers and promote democratic reforms, were…

Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid icon and father of modern South Africa, dies

11 December 2013 Published in World Digest
By Faith Karimi, CNN December 6, 2013 -- Updated 0440 GMT (1240 HKT) (CNN) -- Freedom fighter, prisoner, moral compass and South Africa's symbol of the struggle against racial oppression. That was Nelson Mandela, who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead his country out of decades of apartheid. He died Thursday night at age 95. His message of reconciliation, not vengeance, inspired the world after he negotiated a peaceful end to segregation and urged forgiveness for the white government that imprisoned him. "As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I…

Miss World 2013: ‘I’m pro-life,’ ‘sex is for marriage’

20 October 2013 Published in World Digest
Megan Young, the recently crowned Miss World, is pro-life and believes in abstinence before marriage. In an interview with the Philippines-based ABS-CBN News Channel in August, back when she was Miss Philippines, Young revealed her more traditional views on abortion, sex and marriage. “I’m pro-life and if it means killing someone that is already there, then I am against that of course,” Young said when asked whether she was for or against the country’s Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health (RH) law, which allows taxpayer funds to be used for contraception, abortifacients and family-planning education. The nation’s Supreme Court suspended the…

The New Theist How William Lane Craig became Christian philosophy's boldest apostle

28 July 2013 Published in World Digest
When, during a conversation in a swank hotel lobby in Manhattan, I mentioned to Richard Dawkins that I was working on a story about William Lane Craig, the muscles in his face clenched.   "Why are you publicizing him?" Dawkins demanded, twice. The best-selling "New Atheist" professor went on to assure me that I shouldn't bother, that he'd met Craig in Mexico—they opposed each other in a prime-time, three-on-three debate staged in a boxing ring—and found him "very unimpressive."   "I mean, whose side are you on?" Dawkins said. "Are you religious?"   Several months later, in April 2011, Craig…

Luis Palau: Why It Matters that Pope Francis Drinks Maté with Evangelicals

20 March 2013 Published in World Digest
An interview with international evangelist (and native Argentine) on his friend, Jorge Bergoglio. Melissa Steffan Argentine native and international evangelist Luis Palau considers Jorge Bergoglio, the newly elected Pope Francis, a personal friend. So, Palau says, he was especially excited yesterday to hear that Catholic cardinals had selected Bergoglio, the former archbishop of Buenos Aires, to replace Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI after his resignation.  CT spoke with Palau, who offered his perspective on Pope Francis both as an evangelist and as Bergoglio's personal friend. (CT has also gathered reactions from evangelical leaders in the United States and Argentina.)    What was…

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