The U.S. Navy has clarified an order on in-person gatherings to allow personnel to gather for indoor worship services after members of Congress raised concern that the order barred service members from attending churches and houses of worship.
A judge in England ruled Tuesday that an evangelical Christian adoption and foster care charity can’t refuse to place children in the home of same-sex couples while it works in coordination with government authorities but can require prospective carers to be evangelical.
An atheist group that calls itself The Satanic Temple threatened to sue Mississippi if it decides to add “In God We Trust” to its flag.
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Here are five reactions to the United States Supreme Court decision in the latest Little Sisters case over religious liberty and contraceptive coverage. They include pro-life and pro-choice activists, as well as those involved in the litigation.
Although it has never been easy, the fear of entering womanhood is so excruciatingly painful for some girls they want to escape it entirely. And many are desperately trying by adopting a new persona.
As churches begin to consider meeting in person, while maintaining online worship experiences, many leaders are developing strategies for their musicians and vocalists to play together in person and online.
In two significant decisions, the Court protected our First Amendment’s First Freedom.
Here’s what we know about the BLM movement, especially when we dig a little deeper into their “What We Believe” statement.
As an expression of my trust and faith in the God who created me for His purposes, I remain abstinent until I find my husband.
The calendar of most churches in America is scary.There are so many activities, programs, and events that some members ...
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A genocide expert and former Congressman Frank Wolf have warned that violence being committed against Christians in Nigeria and the U.S. government’s “failed” response to it could lead to another genocide like the ones that occurred in Rwanda and Darfur.
As the United States continues to report a surge in coronavirus cases, Americans have been debating the use of face masks and whether governments should require them.
Jonathan McReynolds says church leaders in quarantine are being shaken to see what’s in their hearts
BET’s "Sunday Best" judge and award-winning singer Jonathan McReynolds is getting ready for the launch of the quarantine version of the singing competition this weekend and says gospel singers and church leaders alike are being forced to see what’s in their hearts as they are not able to lead crowds of people.