The Nation Rediscovers Prayer, Christians are Asked to Get Over Abortion, and Looking Back at the Legacy of Pope Benedict
After the terrifying collapse of Damar Hamlin on an NFL football field the nation turned to its only source of hope: God.
John StonestreetShane Morris
After the terrifying collapse of Damar Hamlin on an NFL football field the nation turned to its only source of hope: God, and politicians are blaming pro-lifers for the results of the mid-term election.
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Segment 1 – The nation turns to prayer when an NFL player collapses on the field
“What Dan Orlovsky Did When He Didn’t Know What Else to Do“
“Faith leaders cheer ESPN analyst’s ‘moving’ prayer on-air for Damar Hamlin: ‘He wasn’t afraid'”
“NFL World Turns to Prayer after Damar Hamlin Collapses: ‘Jesus, Be with Our Guy'”
Segment 2 – Are Christian conservatives being asked to ignore social issues?
“Trump blames pro-life Republicans for midterm loss”
Segment 3 – Stories of the Week
“Pope Benedict Leaves Lasting Legacy As Millions Of Catholics Mourn His Loss”
“Triggering the Tingles: “ASMR” Cannot Replace Human Presence”
“Why Mr. Rogers Was Better Than Barney, but He’d Be in Big Trouble Today”
“James Clerk Maxwell: Cultivating the Mind of Christ”
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