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Dave Ramsey Sued for $150 Million by Former Fans Who Followed His Timeshare Exit Advice

A group of former followers of Dave Ramsey has sued the Christian finance guru and radio host, along with his company and a marketing firm, for endorsing a failed timeshare exit company that allegedly defrauded customers out of millions.

HRC Ministries Lists Property for Sale to Help More Sex Trafficking Victims

HRC Ministries wants to sell a piece of property they know God provided for them. Purchased in 2019, the property provided a safe space in a renovated home for women coming out of trafficking.

Is religious freedom a ‘God-given’ right? LDS church weighs in with new campaign

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints published a new topics page on religious freedom Tuesday to “help people of conscience everywhere understand the importance of protecting religious freedom.”

The site’s resources are, on the whole, engaging and comprehensive.

Chef oversees free-meal restaurant

Erin Streicher works in a never-ending episode of “Iron Chef,” never quite knowing what the surprise ingredient may be.

Streicher is the chef at Women and Children’s Free Restaurant, in charge of preparing as many as 300 meals – all from donated food items – on any ordinary workday.

BRIEF: Habitat seeks volunteers for Deer Park build

Habitat for Humanity- Spokane is seeking volunteers to help with a 114 twin home development plan in Deer Park.

So far eight homes have been completed.

Labor Day Retreat: Developing Meditative Concentration

A motionless figure seated cross-legged, eyes lowered, and radiating peace: this is, perhaps, the most universal image of Buddhist meditation. It may look simple, but that concentrated state comes from skilled instruction and lots of practice. Sravasti Abbey, a Buddhist monastery in the Tibetan tradition, will offer training and practice during its Labor Day retreat

Assemblies of God defies denominational decline

ORLANDO, Fla. (RNS) The Assemblies of God, a denomination rooted in rural and small town America, appears to have leaped into the 21st century with dramatic results.

At its General Council meeting this week (Aug. 5-9), the denomination touted its formula for defying the seemingly irreversible decline of other religious groups: contemporary music, arts and high-tech quality communication, outreach to young people, immigrants and ethnic minorities.

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