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Title: City settles lawsuit with fire chief fired for his faith LINK

Description: Rep. Keith Ellison’s (D-Minn.) lead in the polls – to become Minnesota’s newest attorney general in the midterm elections – has continued to vanish after his ex-girlfriend’s domestic abuse allegations.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Tue, 16 Oct 2018

Title: Trump applauded for defending dignity of Down babies LINK

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Author: Bob Kellogg
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Prediction: Canada will regret loosening marijuana laws LINK

Description: A longtime Christian educator predicts the legalization of marijuana in his country of Canada will be an absolute disaster.

Author: Chad Groening
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: So many storms, so many needs – so much faith LINK

Description: The storm relief ministry Eight Days of Hope is headed to Florida – and not surprisingly, the organization is taking a step in faith.

Author: Chris Woodward
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Open Doors: Don't ignore persecution for diplomacy LINK

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Author: Bill Bumpas
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: You, the midterms, and tax reform LINK

Description: "You are better off today than you were this time last year" – that's the message of new TV ads in nine congressional districts.

Author: Chris Woodward
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Week 6: Still thousands of empty seats in NFL stadiums LINK

Description: Despite the fact that national anthem protests have pretty much become extinct, the National Football League’s attendance woes continue, as thousands of empty seats have been spotted in stadiums across the country – stadiums that NFL fans have loyally packed in years past to support their home teams.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Filmmakers to Minnesota: we decide what we film LINK

Description: The United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is being sued by a government watchdog organization for continuing to hide the truth about former President Barack Obama’s illicit anti-gun agenda.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Sun, 14 Oct 2018

Title: Unlicensed abortionist still working behind the scenes LINK

Description: Rep. Keith Ellison’s (D-Minn.) lead in the polls – to become Minnesota’s newest attorney general in the midterm elections – has continued to vanish after his ex-girlfriend’s domestic abuse allegations.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Tue, 16 Oct 2018

Title: Trump applauded for defending dignity of Down babies LINK

Description:


Author: Bob Kellogg
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Prediction: Canada will regret loosening marijuana laws LINK

Description: A longtime Christian educator predicts the legalization of marijuana in his country of Canada will be an absolute disaster.

Author: Chad Groening
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: So many storms, so many needs – so much faith LINK

Description: The storm relief ministry Eight Days of Hope is headed to Florida – and not surprisingly, the organization is taking a step in faith.

Author: Chris Woodward
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Open Doors: Don't ignore persecution for diplomacy LINK

Description:

Author: Bill Bumpas
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: You, the midterms, and tax reform LINK

Description: "You are better off today than you were this time last year" – that's the message of new TV ads in nine congressional districts.

Author: Chris Woodward
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Week 6: Still thousands of empty seats in NFL stadiums LINK

Description: Despite the fact that national anthem protests have pretty much become extinct, the National Football League’s attendance woes continue, as thousands of empty seats have been spotted in stadiums across the country – stadiums that NFL fans have loyally packed in years past to support their home teams.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Filmmakers to Minnesota: we decide what we film LINK

Description: The United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is being sued by a government watchdog organization for continuing to hide the truth about former President Barack Obama’s illicit anti-gun agenda.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Sun, 14 Oct 2018

Title: Unlicensed abortionist still working behind the scenes LINK

Description: Rep. Keith Ellison’s (D-Minn.) lead in the polls – to become Minnesota’s newest attorney general in the midterm elections – has continued to vanish after his ex-girlfriend’s domestic abuse allegations.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Tue, 16 Oct 2018

Title: Trump applauded for defending dignity of Down babies LINK

Description:


Author: Bob Kellogg
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Prediction: Canada will regret loosening marijuana laws LINK

Description: A longtime Christian educator predicts the legalization of marijuana in his country of Canada will be an absolute disaster.

Author: Chad Groening
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: So many storms, so many needs – so much faith LINK

Description: The storm relief ministry Eight Days of Hope is headed to Florida – and not surprisingly, the organization is taking a step in faith.

Author: Chris Woodward
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Open Doors: Don't ignore persecution for diplomacy LINK

Description:

Author: Bill Bumpas
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: You, the midterms, and tax reform LINK

Description: "You are better off today than you were this time last year" – that's the message of new TV ads in nine congressional districts.

Author: Chris Woodward
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Week 6: Still thousands of empty seats in NFL stadiums LINK

Description: Despite the fact that national anthem protests have pretty much become extinct, the National Football League’s attendance woes continue, as thousands of empty seats have been spotted in stadiums across the country – stadiums that NFL fans have loyally packed in years past to support their home teams.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Mon, 15 Oct 2018

Title: Filmmakers to Minnesota: we decide what we film LINK

Description: The United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is being sued by a government watchdog organization for continuing to hide the truth about former President Barack Obama’s illicit anti-gun agenda.

Author: Michael F. Haverluck
Published: Sun, 14 Oct 2018

Title: Unlicensed abortionist still working behind the scenes LINK

Description: New Jersey pro-lifers want additional steps taken to put an infamous abortionist out of business.

Author: Charlie Butts
Published: Sun, 14 Oct 2018

News from Christian News Wire 17 October 2018



Christian Newswire: Religious Liberties / Persecution
LINK Religious Liberties / Persecution

New Book Provides Biblical and Constitutional Defense Against America's Persecution of Christians Who Do Not Support Homosexuality
LINK Contact: Elreta Dodds, author/publisher, Press Toward The Mark Publications, 313-300-0809 (direct), 313-527-0068 (business), elretadodds@yahoo.com, www.presstowardthemark.com

Authentically American's Veteran Founder Responds to Flag Kneeling Controversy with Personal Examples
LINK Contact: Don Beehler, 615-566-0776, don@abcdcommunications.com

Praise God for Pastor Brunson, But Don't Forget the Persecuted Church
LINK "As we celebrate Pastor Brunson's return to his family and his homeland, we must remain conscious of the many others who are imprisoned and whose lives are threatened because of their belief in the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

Sasse: 'Put Pastor Brunson on the Next Flight Home'
LINK Contact: James Wegmann, Ben Sasse--U.S. Senator for Nebraska, 202-224-4224

Turkey Releases Pastor Brunson, FRC Applauds Pres. Trump, Secretary Pompeo for Securing Pastor's Freedom
LINK Contact: J.P. Duffy or Macie Malone, 866-372-6397

Red Rose Rescue Charges Dismissed Within Minutes of Trial Start
LINK Life Legal attorney John Garza was in court this morning on behalf of four "Red Rose Rescue" defendants who were charged with criminal trespass after they entered Capital Women's Services in Washington, DC in July. The rescuers went to the abortion facility to give the women information about abortion and alternatives, along with a red rose.

K of C Supreme Knight and President of Poland Meet on Threshold of Anniversaries
LINK Knights' Carl Anderson and President Andrzej Duda discuss a range of issues

Famous Atheist Threatens to Sue Christian Filmmaker over Interview Clip
LINK Contact: Jen Thompson, jthompson@livingwaters.com

Religious Freedom and Human Rights Advocates to Hold Facebook Live Prayer Vigil for Pastor Andrew Brunson in Front of The Embassy of Turkey in Washington, D.C.
LINK Contact: Rev. Patrick Mahoney, 540-538-4741

Rank-and-File Catholics Hold the Line
LINK Contact: Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, 212-371-3191, pr@catholicleague.org

The Political Theology of Martin Luther King, Jr.
LINK Contact: Chelsen Vicari, Institute on Religion and Democracy, 540-239-2170, cvicari@TheIRD.org

Robert Mueller is Named in the Criminal Complaint
LINK Contact: Sharon Rondeau, Editor, The Post & Email, 203-987-7948, editor@thepostemail.com

300,000 Detained in Xinjiang Concentration Camps Were Transferred to Other Provinces
LINK Contact: ChinaAid, 432-553-1080, media@chinaaid.org

Can Understanding Islam Lead to a Deeper Appreciation of Catholicism?
LINK Catholic scholar on Islam writes guide to the religion, reflects on stark differences between Islam and Catholicism

Vatican Risks Freedoms of Catholics with China Deal
LINK Contact ChinaAid Media, 432-553-1080, media@chinaaid.org

Anti-Kavanaugh Editorials Are Dishonest
LINK Contact: The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, 212-371-3191, pr@catholicleague.org

Family Research Council Applauds Senate Cloture Vote to Advance Kavanaugh Nomination
LINK Contact: J.P. Duffy or Alice Chao, 866-372-6397

Sticking Their Noses in Church Affairs
LINK Contact: The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, 212-371-3191, pr@catholicleague.org

Judge Moore Replies to Letter from Wisconsin Atheists
LINK Contact: John Eidsmoe, Foundation for Moral Law, 334-262-1245, info@morallaw.org 

A Major Gathering in Jerusalem of Millennial Evangelicals
LINK *FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC *

News from Christian Headlines:


Title: ChristianHeadlines.com LINK

Title: Florida Churches Band Together to Serve Communities Destroyed by Hurricane Michael
Description: Local churches are banding together to help their communities in the wake of mass destruction caused by Hurricane Michael which hit the Florida Panhandle last week.

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Title: Evangelicals Are Confused about Christianity's Core Beliefs, Survey Says
Description: A new survey from LifeWay Research has found that many Christians are confused about the core beliefs of Christianity.

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Title: Christian Filmmakers Challenge Minnesota Law for Forcing Them to Make Same-Sex Wedding Films
Description: Two Christian filmmakers are going before the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Paul, Minnesota on Tuesday, to challenge the state’s law that is forcing them to create videos that contradict their religious beliefs.

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Title: Deadline for Release of Nigeria Schoolgirl Leah Sharibu Approaches, Anxiety Rises
Description: As the deadline approaches for the release of the last schoolgirl who was captured by Boko Haram, Christians in Nigeria are praying for her safe release.

LINK

Title: Biological Male Wins Female Cycling World Title, Some Say it's ‘Not Fair’
Description: A biological male who identifies as female won a cycling world championship Sunday, sparking controversy over fairness in athletics.

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Title: Quebec's New Administration Works to Ban Employees from Wearing Religious Garb
Description: The new administration in Quebec, Canada, is working to prevent its employees from wearing religious symbols while at work. LINK

Title: Former Atlanta Fire Chief, Fired for Christian Beliefs, to Get $1.2 Million
Description: The city of Atlanta agreed Monday to pay former fire chief Kelvin Cochran $1.2 million, four years after he was suspended and then fired for publishing a book containing historic Christian beliefs. LINK

Title: The Archdiocese of Washington Releases Names of Clergymen Who Were 'Credibly Accused' of Sexually Assaulting Children
Description: Following the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the Archdiocese of Washington released a list of 28 names of clergy members who, since 1948, were accused of sexually abusing children.

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Title: Susan Collins Calls Planned Parenthood Out for Its Hypocrisy
Description: After receiving heavy backlash for supporting the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) opened up about her frustration with the hypocrisy of Planned Parenthood.

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Title: A Muslim Man Risks His Life to Save Ancient Christian Texts from ISIS
Description: A Muslim family risked their lives to save two ancient Christian texts from destruction by the Islamic State in Iraq.

LINK

Title: Christian Scholar and Pastor Eugene Peterson Enters Hospice Care
Description: Over the weekend it was announced that American author, scholar and pastor Eugene Peterson, 85, had entered hospice care.

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Title: Half of Pastors Approve of Trump’s Performance, but Generational Gap Remains
Description: A slight majority of Protestant pastors approve of President Trump’s job performance, although there is a difference in support between younger and older pastors, according to a new poll.

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Title: Canadian Hospital Reveals Parents May Not Know if Their Child Chooses Assisted Suicide Until They Are Dead
Description: A Toronto children’s hospital proposed policy says that in some cases for physician-assisted suicide for children, parents may not be notifieduntil after the child has died.

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Title: Released Pastor Brunson Prays with Trump: ‘Give Him Wisdom to Lead This Country’
Description: U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson visited President Trump Saturday and prayed for him in the Oval Office, less than a day after Brunson was released from a Turkish prison.

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Title: Fear Grips Churches in Northeastern Kenya as Muslim Extremists Kill Two Christian Teachers
Description: Islamic extremists suspected to be Al Shabaab militants on Wednesday at 1 a.m. (Oct. 10) killed two Christians in northern Kenya, sources said.

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