Tourists find spirtual beauty in Judean Desert
Located between Jerusalem and Jericho, the Judean Desert provided an inspiration to thousands of hermits who lived here in the early Middle Ages.
Quilts show people they're loved
Mother Teresa once said, "Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat."
Higher and higher
About 130 mostly incarcerated young women have been touched by a group of people who have given energy and resources for 2½ years to Reaching Up & Reaching Out.
AOX impacts students in Grove City
Antioch Overflow Experiment has been growing in homes, the local coffee shop, on campus and in other hems and hedges in Grove City.
Bin Laden's death rated top religion news story
The death of Osama bin Laden and the reactions it produced among people of faith was rated the No. 1 religion news story of 2011 by the nation's leading religion journalists.
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Rashid: Muhammad supported Christians
Some so-called “Muslim" nations have a problem.
It is not America, Europe, and no, it is certainly not Israel.
The problem is persecution, and in this case, of Christians.
Angry churches pull money from big banks
A small but growing number of religious communities across the country are removing their money from Wall Street banks to protest what they see as unfair mortgage foreclosures and unwillingness to lend to small businesses.
Machine Gun' depicts Pa. minister's mission to save orphans from LRA
A western Pennsylvania man claims he has been rescuing children from the snare of the Lord's Resistance Army for years -- and his story was released in a major motion picture last month.
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