A Louisiana parent is suing her daughter’s district, alleging it is violating the Constitution by “promoting and inculcating Christian religious beliefs.”
You know the scene, right? It’s the perfect Christmas. There’s snow falling and dancing in the air like Juilliard students.
A group of Republican lawmakers in Connecticut said they would not allow themselves to be bullied by a bunch of angry, out-of-town atheists.
Editor’s note: The following column is excerpted from “This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World ” by Sophfronia Scott and Tain Gregory.
Mason’s letter left me with a key, introspective question that still lingers in my heart and mind: “Are you forgiving well?”
The social justice warriors in charge of the College at Brockport in New York are urging holiday decorators to deck their halls and don their gay apparel with a flair for cultural sensitivity and inclusion.
“I just felt God telling me, ‘Tell her that you will do it because you can.'”
Belk has given Salvation Army bell-ringers and their iconic red kettles the heave-ho — just in time for the Christmas season.
Catholics across the nation’s capital are livid after the public transit system rejected the Archdiocese of Washington’s Christmas advertisements because they were deemed “religious.”
The transit authority might have reconsidered its ban on the Catholic Church’s advertisement had they been selling goods and services, the lawsuit alleges.
Two states are suing to have the religious exemption recently given to a well-known Catholic nun organization under the Trump Administrations recent overturning of the Obamacare abortion mandate.
To Scottish preacher Oswald Chambers, the word “tweet” described the sounds bird make.
Thou shall not study thy Bible — at least not during lunchtime.
A Sutherland Springs, Texas, church held its first Sunday service in the wake of a deadly mass shooting.
Our culture is, at best, confused on the meaning and significance of marriage and relationships.
American society used to be governed by Judeo-Christian do-unto-others morals. But we have drifted (been pushed, really) into a hedonistic YOLO (You Only Live Once) cultural morass.
First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas, scene of shooting massacre, has been returned to the people.
A troop of former law enforcement officers and military members are now patrolling the streets of Phoenix to preach the gospel and fight crime.
Editor’s note: The following column is an excerpt from
Our journey with the Museum of the Bible reminds us how God leads us with a journey in mind.
On Sunday, November 5, 2017, America witnessed the deadliest church shooting in her history.
When I was only 5-years-old, our family hit hard times and we didn’t even have money for groceries.
Late in the evening, Evans said goodbye to the girls and began the drive home to her husband, Jacob, and their four young sons.
Church attendance rates may be plunging, but—make no mistake—young people still hear sermons regularly, but we hear them in movie theaters instead of sanctuaries.