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Merry Christmas from MFI

Dear Friends, Lura and I wanted to wish you and your family a most joyous Christmas so we recorded this video message at our church, Trinity Evangelical in North Reading: To expound on my comments about the “Twelve Days of

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A shifting strategy on fighting casino gambling

  Dear Friends of the Family, This week we received the news we partially expected, but had hoped would not come. Attorney General Martha Coakley has determined that the newly passed casino bill is an appropriations bill and thereby, per

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Faith-based Christmas shopping

This week, our friends at Family Research Council shared with their supporters a resource that guides Christians by highlighting companies that allow people to get their shopping done while remaining true to our faith. The organization Faith Driven Consumer has

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March for Life – Buses now available

The following information comes from Massachusetts Citizens for Life: 39th Annual March for Life in Washington DC Buses with one or two overnight stays Departs from: Burlington Mall Departure Date & Time: Sat. Jan. 21st at 10:00 PM One-night (Sun.)

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People shut out by Beacon Hill on casinos

The People Have Been Shut Out By Beacon Hill Monday, December 12, 2011, Boston, MA – Legislative leadership and Governor Deval L. Patrick crafted a bill behind closed doors that was meant to expedite expanding predatory gambling and keep The

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Pro-life groups in RI sue pro-abortion governor

The Rhode Island State Right to Life Committee and 28 state legislators say Gov. Lincoln Chafee illegally bypassed the Legislature in issuing an executive order to create a Rhode Island Health Benefits Exchange Program, to sell health insurance plans that

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Lowe’s pulls ad dollars from Islamist TV programming

After numerous complaints, Lowe’s Home Improvement announced last week that it was pulling its advertising from a cable TV show called “All American Muslim.” Critics of the show felt that it was pro-Islamist propaganda in the guise of entertainment. Lowe’s

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A day that will live on in infamy

Before there was a September 11th, there was December 7th – Pearl Harbor Day. The infamous Japanese sneak attack claimed the lives of nearly 2,400 servicemen and women, and led the United States to enter the Second World War. In

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