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Is Biblical Christianity on the Decline?

Glenn Stanton

The Pew Research Center asked that question recently—and its report offers some surprisingly good news.

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Reversal of Fortunes

Since the FDA approved RU-486 in 2000, chemical abortions have increased nationwide. Yet one team of medical providers is fighting that trend with a reversal process for women who change their minds—and babies are the big winners.

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The Next IRS Target?

First it was conservative groups; now it may be churches. But religious-liberty defenders are ready to fight back.

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Where There’s Smoke …

Coloradans are beginning to see the negative impact of legalizing recreational marijuana as crime and addiction soar—and it's shocking some people into action.

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Perspective

Karla Dial

From the Editor of Citizen magazine

In the movie, Tomorrowland, a burned-out and bitter Frank looks at Casey and asks Athena, "Why now? Why her?" And Athena answers, "Because she hasn't given up."

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An Ounce of Prevention

Childhood sexual abuse is often silent and hidden. But one victim is changing the culture of youth-serving organizations in response to a heavenly call.

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Canceled

Matt Kaufman

In Oregon, a sex-ed conference that exposed kids to explicit content has been called off—thanks to some watchful parents and an investigative reporter.

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Battles in the Badger State

Matt Kaufman

A group of men watching a piece of legislation being signed.

Protecting workers' rights of conscience is just the latest campaign for Focus on the Family's public-policy partner in Wisconsin.

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Julaine Appling's KGB Connection

Matt Kaufman

Mention the initials "KGB" to a Green Bay Packers fan and they'll immediately know who you mean: Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, the defensive standout who set the Packers' team record of 74.5 career sacks over nine seasons before retiring in 2008.



But his gridiron achievements are just part of his story—and not the most interesting part.

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What’s Coming Down the Aisle?

Citizen Magazine Staff

A bride and groom with a preacher, surrounded by legal text about marriage.

The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to make an historic decision regarding same-sex marriage and states’ rights. The words the justices pen could potentially bind up some of our fundamental freedoms.

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Fired Up Over the Bible

Crystal Kupper

Walt Tutka

When students ask teachers about religion, can public schools fire their employees for answering truthfully and gifting a personal Bible? One man found out the hard way—but when he fought back, he won.

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The Walking Dead

Karla Dial

From the Editor of Citizen magazine

"Every man dies. But not every man truly lives."
—Mel Gibson as William Wallace, Braveheart (1995)

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The Rescuers

Karla Dial

Bazzel Baz

If you have a problem, and if no one else can help … maybe you can hire the ARC team.

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Different Pathways

Paula K. Parker

Jason & Kara Tippetts

When Brittany Maynard committed suicide last November to avoid the prolonged pain of terminal brain cancer, leftist activists began using her story to push bills legalizing physician-assisted suicide. Meanwhile, other terminal cancer patients-like Kara Tippetts of Colorado-say a "dignified death" means living every moment of God-ordained life.

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Insured for Life

Benjamin Hawkins

A Connecticut family leads the way in standing for pro-life health coverage.

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States Take Action on Abortion

Citizen Magazine Staff

Amid lingering questions about the public funding of abortion and the abortion surcharge attached to many health plans on state and federal exchanges, several states have taken action to prevent or restrict abortion coverage.

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Squelching the Slave Trade

Matt Kaufman

In South Dakota, a pro-family group is helping to lead the effort against human trafficking.

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Open Letter to Brittany Maynard

Maggie Karner

Brittany Maynard’s viral video drew huge responses from people urging her to choose life—including some from other women with her disease. One came from Maggie Karner, director of life and health services for the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, who posted a YouTube video directed at Maynard on Oct. 29.

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Same-Sex Parenting: Social Science Proves Gender Does Matter

Glenn Stanton

A new study on children raised by parents in same-sex relationships is out―and its findings won’t be popular in the mainstream media.

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Can You ‘Love Thy Neighbor’ And Defend Marriage?

Culture watchers have long warned that when same-sex marriage is embraced, religious freedom will be sacrificed. In this new environment, how do we effectively go about loving our neighbors as ourselves?

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Box Office Babies

Karla Dial

The Drop Box

Brian Ivie just wanted to make award-winning films that would make him world-famous.  But, God had bigger plans—and you can help make them realities.

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Bringing New Things to Life

The 2014 elections brought a big crop of new legislators—and opportunities for pro-lifers—to Congress.

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Transgenderism: Blurring The Lines

An archive of Citizen magazine articles dealing with transgenderism.

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Mentoring Millennials About the Past—And the Future

Ashley Shaw

A large group of young adults.

What’s it like to be a member of the group most decimated by abortion in history?

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