KFUO Radio News Break

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In today’s News: Bibles printed in China will are exempt from new tariffs The United Methodists may split Statues honoring women ‘who built NYC’ may go to two biological men

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In today’s News: The Labor Department expands protection to religious organizations Pro-abortion forces are unhappy with Missouri’s secretary of state A federal court says a pro-life campus organization must receive fair funding Kentucky’s governor signs pro-life bills into law

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In today’s News: ‘Unplanned’ is listed as Amazon’s number one in DVD sales LCMS congregations give comfort to shooting victims A California school district says LGBTQ must be taught to children

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In today’s News: A judge says a school district discriminated against a transgender person An Anchorage, Alaska, women’s shelter wins a court fight Illinois passes sweeping pro-LGBT legislation for schools Michigan may cut funding for pro-life pregnancy program

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In today’s News: An LCMS pro-life conference takes place in California in September Trump administration tightens timeline for pro-life guidelines Christians in Maine are mobilizing to stop two anti-life laws China cracks down on classic literature

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In today’s News: Lawyers for Aaron and Melissa Klein file with the Oregon court of appeals A court rules a cross in a county seal is Constitutional The Department of Education investigates if women athletes face discrimination Questions arise about AmeriCorps possibly using tax dollars to promote abortion

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In today’s News: The Rev. Dr. Brian Friedrich names president of Concordia, St. Paul Ohio defunds Planned Parenthood and increases funding for pro-life centers Pro-life wins a victory in Florida’s court

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In today’s News: Despite objections by atheists, Alabama students held a prayer service asking for God’s protection Once again, Washington’s highest court rules against a Christian florist A Louisiana abortion facility seriously injures a woman

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In today’s News: K9 comfort dogs head to Dayton and El Paso A Mississippi man faces to murder charges for killing a woman and her unborn baby An Arkansas abortion facility stays open temporarily South Dakota public schools will display ‘In God We Trust’ this fall

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In today’s News: The Satanic Temple wants Missouri’s informed consent law tossed Vandals damage a pro-life van A Wichita man admits he threatened Operation Rescue employees Iranian Revolutionary court throws a Christian woman in prison

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In today’s News: The LCMS passed a resolution pledging continued support of the International Lutheran Council Six medical organizations are asked to retract pro-abortion positions Transgender athletes are defended by the ACLU Two more states offer a third choice for gender for drivers’ licenses

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In today’s News: LifeSiteNews is banned from Apple News A Florida county will allow a church to keep a school on its property A senator slams Senate Democrats for imposing ‘religious tests’ on judicial nominees

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In today’s News: The abortion giant sues Missouri to overturn its pro-life law An effort is underway in Colorado to stop abortions past 22 weeks A city is trying to force a consulting firm to take progressive clients Winner of the Tour de France pays homage to God

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In today’s News: A judge cuts back Planned Parenthood’s suit against the Center for Medical Progress An Alabama court throws out the conviction of a pro-life advocate Lawyers ask a court to dismiss a case against a Christian cake artist Gallop poll reports 40 percent of Americans believe in creationism

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In today’s News: New Jersey now allows assisted suicide Oregon eliminates waiting period for some assisted suicide cases A school district argues that gender is not a societal construct ‘Abortion is Freedom’ billboard are erected outside a Texas town

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Live from the 67th Regular Convention of the LCMS, Rev. Joel Fritsche, who serves as a missionary in the Latin America Region with the LCMS Office of National Mission, based in the Dominican Republic, joins Kip Allen to talk about how to spread the Lutheran message in a predominately Roman Catholic environment.

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Live from the 67th Regular Convention of the LCMS, Rev. Dr. Charles Cortright, theological educator for the Eurasia Region for the LCMS Office of International Mission and based in St. Petersburg, Russia, joins Kip Allen to talk about theological education in this part of the world and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ingria in Russia (ELCIR). Read more about the Cortrights at lcms.org/cortright.

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Live from the 67th Regular Convention of the LCMS, Rev. Matt Heise, Executive Director for the Lutheran Heritage Foundation (LHF), and Jonathan Muhly join Kip Allen to talk about serving the Lord in Russia and Central Asia, challenges they encountered while in these regions, and how they shared the Gospel. Learn more about LHF at lhfmissions.org.

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Live from the 67th Regular Convention of the LCMS, Rev. Matt Heise, Executive Director for the Lutheran Heritage Foundation (LHF), and Jonathan Muhly join Kip Allen to talk about serving the Lord in Russia and Central Asia, challenges they encountered while in these regions, and how they shared the Gospel. Learn more about LHF at lhfmissions.org.

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Live from the 67th Regular Convention of the LCMS, Debbie Larson, the newly elected president of the LWML, joins Kip Allen to talk about the mission of the LWML and what she hopes to accomplish during her time as president. Learn more about the LWML at lwml.org.

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