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Bott Radio Network Reaches 100 Stations

December 31, 2014  |  Press Releases

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Dec. 31, 2014 – Bott Radio Network (BRN) achieved a major milestone of reaching 100 stations with the launch of three new FM stations in December. The new FM signals include 97.1 FM in Jefferson City, Mo.; 100.5 FM in Joplin, Mo.; and 95.9 FM in Pittsburg,… Read More


Weekend Reads: A novel look at homosexuality and a…

February 28, 2015  |  World Magazine

The Accidental Marriage: A Novel By Roger B. Thomas This novel’s premise is profoundly simple. Scott, a gay man in the San Francisco area, meets and befriends a lesbian woman named Megan at a crowded café. They continue meeting for lunch occasionally, both relatively content… Read More


Russian opposition leader shot dead

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

Boris Nemtsov, the former deputy prime minister of Russia turned opposition leader, was shot and killed in Moscow early Saturday morning, officials said. The 55-year-old Nemtsov was a vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, criticizing the government’s inefficiency,… Read More


Partial shutdown of Homeland Security averted

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

UPDATE: A partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security has been averted, at least for one more week. As a midnight deadline closed in, the House of Representatives, with a bipartisan vote of 357-60, approved a measure passed earlier Friday evening by the Senate… Read More


Restoring All Things

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

This week, John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview and I talked about an upcoming conference that aims to inspire Christians out of despair they might feel over the state of the culture. Stonestreet said he and WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith… Read More


On the seesaw of games and life

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

It was disorienting when I heard the news last week about Chris Bosh, the star center for the Miami Heat, who is out for the rest of the season with blood clots in his lungs. A player missing time with an ailment isn’t uncommon. In fact, just this week we found out that… Read More


Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy dead at 83

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

Actor Leonard Nimoy, made famous by his role as Mr. Spock in the Star Trek TV shows and movies, has died. He was 83. Nimoy, the son of Jewish immigrants who grew up in Boston, was just starting to build a Hollywood career in 1966 when Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry tapped… Read More


Christ’s freedom shines in Mike Farris’…

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

Mike Farris’ Grammy-winning album Shine For All The People is the answer to those who view God as a cosmic Grinch (and Christians as His fun-squelching minions). With horns galore, a monster groove, and unbridled jubilance, the album is basically one giant celebration—and a… Read More


Midday Roundup: GOP parades presidential hopefuls at…

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

Speech time. Conservative leaders and activists are gathering in Washington this week for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference. The lineup for CPAC 2015 included Republican lawmakers and top conservative commentators. But with the first GOP primary debates just… Read More


FCC ‘net neutrality’ vote won’t end regulation…

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted yesterday to adopt broad regulatory power over Internet Service Providers (ISPs), large companies such as Verizon and Comcast that provide and control access to the web for both consumers and internet content providers. … Read More


Globe Trot: ISIS attempts to rewrite history by…

February 27, 2015  |  World Magazine

ISIS has released a video showing its fighters smashing ancient artifacts in Mosul Museum. Now we may be thankful collections of similar artifacts from ancient Nineveh reside in the British Museum and the University of Chicago’s Oriental Institute. Austen Henry Layard, the… Read More


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