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We must stand up for Middle East's persecuted ChristiansJohnnie Moore

Don't miss my friend Johnny Moore with this important article. You can also find him talk more about it on Fox News here.

William Lane Craig: God Hears Your Super Bowl PrayersKate Shellnutt

OK, the Super Bowl is over and was a dud...but this is still good.

Mass Mobs Fill Pews, Lift Prayers at NY Churches—Carolyn Thompson

I spotted this story, and then realized that I remember the Catholic churches involved from my time in Buffalo.

It's a fascinating idea that you probably won't think is a big deal unless you've lived in an declining city filled with once-filled church buildings. If you have, you'll get it...

Ben and Julianna Zobrist appeared in studio to discuss faith, family, baseball and their new book Double Play with guest host Micah Fries. Ben is an all-star Major League Baseball player for the Tampa Bay Rays, married to new recording artist and female vocalist Julianna. During the off-season, the Zobrists call Nashville their home. In this clip, the Zobrists talk about what it was like growing up as pastors' kids. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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