ATLANTA, July 14, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ -- On Friday, July 16, Georgia Right to Life is coordinating pro-life volunteers to hold two large banners on bridges over six highways in Georgia, reaching commuters in both directions of traffic with the message that "Abortion takes a human life." The groups will hold their banners on the overpass as part of National Pro-Life Bridges Day, taking place in 63 cities throughout the United States.

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Lunsford Jerry MarinesJerry Lunsford, 86, passed away July 5, 2021.  He was born in Henderson, Texas, son of the late Luther Gladdis and Helen V. Anderson Lunsford, he was a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran of the Korean War and a member of Taylors First Baptist Church. Mr. Lunsford was retired from Mitsubishi Polyester Films and founded the Piedmont Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers.

He is survived by his wife, Lois Schneider Lunsford of the home; two sons, Steven Lee Lunsford (Sheri) of Liberty and Brian Kelly Lunsford (Joni) of Live Oak, Florida; a brother, Jimmy G. Lunsford of Mesa, Arizona; and three grandchildren, Christopher Lee Lunsford, Amy Lunsford Yeargin (Blake) and Davida Sharon Lunsford.

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Nick Jr’s “Blue’s Clues” released a video to their YouTube Channel called the “Blue’s Clues Pride Parade Sing-Along.” The video is led by an animated version of drag queen Nina West singing an anthem to the melody of “The Ants Go Marching.” The video features different types of “inclusive” families like gay couples with children and uses terms like “trans” and “queer.” It’s certainly a blow to parents looking to screen their children from this twisted indoctrination. Nickelodeon seems to believe that they, not parents, should teach their children a fundamental lesson about life: what a family looks like.

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WASHINGTON -- A year after the tragic death of George Floyd and a national debate over race, reparations and racial equity in this country, television news digest CURE America with Star Parker, delves deep into "The State of Black America" on the challenges facing African-American communities and how to solve them.

With a panel of policy experts and pastors, Parker identifies the issues that have set blacks back - poverty, education, out-of-wedlock births, abortion, single parent households and church leadership that has failed to help get people back to spiritual and Biblical truths. And the government solutions to these problems have not worked to solve them but contributed to the breakdown of the family. 

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After having covered the various stages of communist takeover and various subversive organizations, Christian Gomez ends the first season interviewing Sheriff Richard Mack, the founder of the Constitutional Sheriffs & Peace Officers Association (CSPOA). Sheriff Mack weighs in on the proposed George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, attacks on the Second Amendment, and the importance of law enforcement – namely elected county sheriffs and how they are vital line in defense of our Constitutional Republic.

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TV, radio and digital ads will run in California and Florida where are abortion rates are high

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., June 3, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ -- Save the Storks announced today it is launching a new awareness campaign in "mission critical" markets in California and Florida which have some of the highest abortion rates in the nation. According to the research group Abort 73, 22 and 24 percent of all pregnancies are aborted in California and Florida, respectively.

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HUNGER'S DEEP SILENCE: On World Hunger Day, May 28, Texas-based humanitarian agency GFA World (www.gfa.org) reports growing desperation in India as it supports efforts to help thousands starving in
HUNGER'S DEEP SILENCE: On World Hunger Day, May 28, Texas-based humanitarian agency GFA World (www.gfa.org) reports growing desperation in India as it supports efforts to help thousands starving in "deep silence" amid the pandemic's continuing onslaught.

On World Hunger Day, May 28, 'deep silence' engulfs India; pandemic-hit families fear starvation is next

WILLS POINT, Texas -- India's devastating "second wave" of COVID-19 is overshadowing another deadly tsunami of suffering -- rampant hunger.

Global humanitarian agency GFA World (www.gfa.org) reports growing desperation across India as it supports efforts to feed those facing starvation amid the pandemic's continuing onslaught. The Texas-based organization has helped feed hundreds of thousands since the pandemic began.

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