The Rest of the News

 UNI News is committed to covering current news stories that are often omitted from standard broadcast news reports, of particular interest to all of  those concerned with moral and/or spiritual issues. These stories are reported in a factual, non-biased, and non-sensationalistic manner, as, "The Rest of the News," to keep you informed of issues worthy of consideration and prayer.

          
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  The Rest of the News for December 1 - 7, 2019

'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' Was Fred Rogers' Mission Field, Wife Joanne Says

Joanne Rogers said her husband, Fred Rogers, saw himself as a minister first, and his long running children's show, PBS' "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," as his mission field. (Full Story)

Kanye West launches Bible inspired opera about King Nebuchadnezzar in book of Daniel

Kanye West premiered his opera production “Nebuchadnezzar” that is based on the biblical account of the Babylonian king in the book of Daniel which shows his transition from a wicked, self-declared ruler to a believer in God. (Full Story)

12-Year-Old Boy Founds Non-Profit to Help Fight Global Homelessness

The man’s sign was simple and direct. “Need money to eat, please help.” In Los Angeles, where homelessness is one the leading issues facing the City of Angels, the placard has become almost as common as those declaring, “Stop” or “Yield.” But the message wasn’t lost on Symond Boschetto, then just 8. (Full Story)

Rev. Clay Evans, Civil Rights Leader, Evangelical Broadcaster and Gospel Music Star, Dies at 94

The Rev. Clay Evans, a civil rights leader, influential evangelical broadcaster and gospel music icon, dies at 94. (Full Story)

Danny Gokey on Christmas, Fulfilling the Great Commission Through Music

For award-winning artist Danny Gokey, the purpose and goal of his career is crystal clear. “My music is part of the Great Commission: ‘Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation,’” he said. (Full Story)

Christmas Is about 'Celebrating the Birth of Jesus': Patricia Heaton Reminds Us of the True Reason for the Season

Actress Patricia Heaton says Christmas is about “celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.” “Ultimately, Christmas is never about the gifts,” Heaton, who stars in the CBS comedy series, “Carol’s Second Act,” said. “It’s about family being together and celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.” (Full Story)

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Last updated on ...December 1, 2019