Dearborn pays Christian group over Muslim evangelism; Vujicic takes message to Vietnam (UCNN #54)

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Wayne County Police Officer Jason Matthews smiles as Sadeq Shohatte, 16, Hussein Al Maleki, 12 and Radwan Shohatte, 13, all of Dearborn pet police dog Abby on Saturday, June 16, 2012 on Warren Avenue during the 2012 Arab International Festival in Dearborn. / Jarrad Henderson/Detroit Free Press

Wayne County Police Officer Jason Matthews smiles as Sadeq Shohatte, 16, Hussein Al Maleki, 12 and Radwan Shohatte, 13, all of Dearborn pet police dog Abby on Saturday, June 16, 2012 on Warren Avenue during the 2012 Arab International Festival in Dearborn. / Jarrad Henderson/Detroit Free Press

1. Dearborn, MI, paid Christian group $300,000 to settle lawsuit, record shows (read)

2. Australian preacher Nick Vujicic takes message of overcoming adversity to 25,000 people in communist Vietnam (read)

3. Congolese Christians nurture new efforts to end chronic violence as UN adds new brigade (read)

4. More arrests in martyrdom of India missionary family (read)

5. Evangelical leaders stand by C. J. Mahaney who is accused of child sex abuse cover-up (read)

6. Pope Francis’ recent comments on Christ death redeeming the whole world (including atheists) raises questions (read1, read2)

7. “Dismal”: African-Americans still struggling in labor market; 40% unemployment for blacks ages 16-19 (read)

8. Riots in Sweden raise questions about inequality and racism in an egalitarian society (read)

9. Federal judge says Arizona sheriff was racially profiling (read)

10. African Union marks 50 years with call for stronger future (read)

That’s today’s top news stories. You can read about all of these stories and more at UrbanChristianNewsNetwork.com.

As you go throughout this day, keep this word in mind: James 1:19 says, “Wherefore, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath.”