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Unemployed Blacks More Resilient During Job Search than Whites The so-called recovery of the US economy has not been equally kind to everyone. Even as the unemployment…

via:blackchristiannews Praying for a romantic partner or close friend can lead to more cooperative and forgiving behavior toward the partner, according to a new study co-authored by a Florida State University (FSU) researcher. The findings are significant because they are the first in which the partners who are the subject of the prayers reported a […]

via:christianpost A recent survey taken by LifeWay Research shows a majority of adults in the U.S. believe businesses and organizations should be mandated to provide contraception and birth control for their employees. Interestingly, the respondents feel even organizations and businesses with strong religious objections should not be exempted. According to the LifeWay Research survey, nearly […]

  By Thom S. Rainer   via:christianpost   We all know those “energy drainers.” They are the people that seem to have a perpetual cloud hanging over their heads. They have the keen ability to turn good news into bad news. Yes, they are the kind of people you avoid asking “How are you?” for […]

Houston was the focus on positive news Tuesday: 78 percent of people believe the city is a good or excellent place to live. This data…

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Men may try to act strong in the face of a partner’s disease, thus internalizing stress and emotional pain. In the Danish study, the likelihood of a man requiring hospitalization increased with the severity of his partner’s cancer.

According to a report called “The State of Church Giving Through 2009,” churches are taking majority of tithes collected twords the church. The report also reveals how much of the ten percent parishioners were giving as well.