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FAITH

"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen concludes the story of Bishop William Walker.
"The prayer is dear to Christians because Jesus, the son of God, teaches us to pray in this fashion. And while there are variations depending upon the Christian denomination, the prayer has remained fairly consistent in wording for hundreds of years."
International center for family and life will have a local imprint.
In 1890, a railroad "Cathedral Car" drew worshippers in the new state of North Dakota.

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"We’re all frayed from two years of living with anxiety, worry, division, financial concerns, employment concerns, separation from our loved ones, death and illness. And making our way back from this tender place is going to take time and intention. In other words, it’s going to take us emulating God’s lead."
Beloved priest was known for his sense of humor, straight talk and "folksy approach" to celebrating anniversary, wedding and funeral ceremonies
Freedom Forum First Amendment specialist Kevin Goldberg breaks down why two key religious freedom cases before the Supreme Court this term matter to you — and predicts how the court will rule.
When you are overwhelmed, whether by the circumstances of the world, or even just your own plight, take a minute to celebrate God’s abundance.
"Easter is not the end of the story! Quite frankly, it’s the beginning. Because it is through our daily interactions with others, the work we do to heal this beautiful and endangered planet and the welcoming of all living species into the Body of Christ, that the resurrection and its renewal is fulfilled."
"Faith Conversations" features writer Roxane B. Salonen learns more about Central Cities Ministries, an ecumenical effort of local Christian churches that aims to help people with financial hardships.

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The Christian rock band will perform at the Fargodome on Friday night, April 22.
"Easter is the high point in the Christian calendar in which, after having been mercilessly crucified, Jesus rises from the tomb, thus delivering a crushing blow to the sin, the death and the evil that has such a tight grip on this earthly world."
"Even in this year, when it seems we cannot escape the cloud of despair enveloping this earth, we still celebrate the Son of God, coming to earth to live among us, suffering like us and voluntarily taking death to his grave with him so that we don’t have to."

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