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Alelia Murphy, 114, the oldest living person in America loves God, family and laughter

The oldest living person in the United States is an African-American God-fearing woman who says the key to longevity is to “treat people right.” On July 6, Alelia Murphy celebrated her historic 114th birthday, surrounded by family and friends at the Harlem State Office Building in New York.

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Race-baiting: A winning political strategy where everybody loses

Love, civility, tolerance and understanding are out the window this election season, because race-baiting is a winning political strategy in an ugly game where everybody loses. America is on the brink of implosion as party lines have become battle lines and politicians’ headline-grabbing rhetoric deepens the racial, social and ideological divide in our nation.

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Tweet wars: As accusations of racism, xenophobia and incivility fly, how should Christians respond?

President Donald Trump has ignited a war of words on Twitter after firing off racist tweets that have been widely condemned, aimed at four progressive congresswomen of color. As the back-and-forth accusations of racism, xenophobia and incivility fly, how should Christians respond?

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What does the Bible say about how we should treat immigrants? 7 scriptures to know

As our nation focuses on the immigration crisis resulting in men and women being caged in overcrowded detention facilities, and migrant children being separated from their families, it is a good time to closely examine what the Bible says about how we should treat immigrants.

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