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Abortion Ship Tries To Dock at Muslim Country for the First Time

10.04.12 | Sarah Harnisch

An abortion ship is approaching the Moroccan shore. If allowed, it would be the first time the Dutch ship, which terminates pregnancies in international waters, would dock at a Muslim country. The group, Women on Waves, provides abortions and ...

France To Yank "Mother" and "Father" From All Official Documents

09.25.12 | Sarah Harnisch

As of October 31st, France will enact the ban as part of reforms to gay marriage, and the words will disappear from the French civil code. The words "parents" will be used instead. The law will be presented to France’s President Francois ...

French Magazine Provokes Further Mid-East Violence

09.19.12 | Jeremy Miller

The French foreign ministry announced Wednesday that France will close 20 of its embassies in Muslim countries this Friday following the publication of controversial Prophet Mohammed cartoons by satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Major protests in the ...

New Study Sheds Light On Letting Your Baby "Cry It Out"

09.11.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There's a story today that's sure to reverberate with every parent whose ever brought a newborn home from the hospital.  Specifically, it has to do with the debate over whether or not to let your newborn cry for awhile in order to learn to ...

Archaeologists Find Proof That Samson Really Existed

08.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

How popular was the biblical character of Samson? He just might have been popular enough to be featured on an Israelite coin. Israeli archaologists recently discovered a coin dating from the 11th century before Christ. It depicted "a man with long ...

China's One-Child Policy Facing Public Fallout

08.13.12 |

The One Child Policy in China may be coming to an end. It's because of the press coverage of one mom who was forced to have an abortion. Samuel Casey is with Law of Life Projects. He says "they got caught at it. They wanted to get it out of the ...

Gabby Douglas Gives All Glory To God Before A Billion People Watching the Olympics

08.03.12 | Sarah Harnisch

It was a good night for America in the summer Olympics. Swimmer Michael Phelps took home another record-setting gold, this time, over Canandaigua local Ryan Lochte. Two other athletes from the Family Life listening area won gold medals, too. Megan ...

Want To See Noah's Ark? Just Head To Holland.

08.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A life-size replica of Noah's Ark opened to the public this week in Holland. Dutch millionaire Johan Huibers used the ancient measurement of the cubit, the length of a man's arm from the elbow to the fingertips, to build it. It's just over 450 feet ...

Kids Creeped Out By London Olympic Mascot

07.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The Olympics kick off Friday, and a billion people around the world will be watching. That's one in every nine people on the planet. The Olympic Committee has discovered a new problem though, one that's too late to fix. Apparently, kids are afraid ...

10 percent Of Deaths Worldwide Caused By Inactivity

07.20.12 | Bob Price

Physical inactivity causes one in ten deaths worldwide, according to a series of studies. Researchers say their findings put physical inactivity on par with smoking and obesity as a health risk.

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