When it comes to America’s sovereignty, freedom has never been free. Dating back to the Revolutionary War right up until our ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, over 1.3 million Americans have died in combat.
- July 09, 2014 |
Two Presbyterian pastors have voiced their opinions regretting the denomination’s recent decision to divest from companies that did business in Israel.
A newly released survey claims that Americans who identify as pro-life are at a record high.
Tuesday morning, Israel launched what it is calling “Operation Protective Edge.” Government officials say the aim is to secure an end to weeks of Hamas rocket fire.
A new study has found that among middle school students, those who reported receiving a sext were 6 times more likely to also report being sexually active.
A bakery in Northern Ireland is facing a lawsuit for refusing to make a cake featuring “Sesame Street” characters Bert and Ernie with the words “Support Gay Marriage.”
A new reality TV show for teens aims to portray Christians in a different light. “All Summer Long” follows a group of Evangelical comedians as they travel to different church camps and perform.
As violence rages in Benue state, 50,000 people have been forced out of their homes to survive.
A Kentucky woman has been fired from her position at U.S. Bank for telling clients to “have a blessed day.”
The Supreme Court’s June 30 decision, which protects Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties from having to pay for possible abortion-causing drugs in company health plans, was a necessary win for religious freedom.
According to Nigerian officials, 63 kidnapped women and girls have escaped from Boko Haram captivity.
Christianity Today magazine has compiled a list of 33 Christians that shaping that church today, and not one of them is over the age of 33.
A federal judge has approved a settlement in a 14-year legal battle over government funding of Baptist homes for children in Kentucky.
After the Supreme Court’s decision Monday in favor of Hobby Lobby, a question arose: Did the decision apply only to birth control that caused abortions or did it apply to all forms?
The court ruled last Thursday that Wheaton College is now exempt from imposing the HHS contraception mandate that goes against the schools closely held religious beliefs.
Allyson D. Nelson Abrams resigned as bishop of Zion Progress Baptist Church after marrying her gay partner; Abrams has now adopted a pastoral position at a new “inclusive” church in Maryland.
A former priest has won the largest sum in history from a Tennessee lottery; the irony of the situation is 58-year-old Roy Cockrum had taken a vow of poverty many years ago.
The Christian pastor of a church in China has been sentenced to 12 years in jail. Zhang Shaojie, who pastors the Nanle County Christian Church, was found guilty of “gathering crowds to disturb public order” and of fraud.
A church in Alabama has begun buying guns from owners for $50 a piece; the idea is that the more guns they collect, the fewer will be on the street.
Pope Francis will meet with sexual abuse victims today for the first time since he became the pontiff.