Katherine T. Phan
President George W. Bush presented the Presidential Citizens Medal to Prison Fellowship founder Chuck Colson on Wednesday, honoring over 35 years of dedication in proclaiming the transformative message of Jesus Christ to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families.Tags NGOs
Congressional committees have agreed to include references to "In God We Trust" and the Pledge of Allegiance to the newly opened Capitol Visitor Center thanks in part to efforts from the Congressional Prayer Caucus and Virginian Congressman J. Randy Forbes.1 comments
Opponents of the California same-sex marriage ban have released a Web video satire entitled "Prop 8: The Musical" that mocks Christians as hatemongers and Jesus as a Bible critic. The three-minute video was posted last Wednesday on FunnyOrDie.com and is gaining viral video status with over 2.4 million views.
Two Christian-based groups have purchased advertisements with Washington D.C. Metro buses to counter the atheist "Why Believe in a God?" bus campaign with their own pro-God Christmas ads.
A group called Courage Campaign said it is taking lessons from the "Yes on 8" campaign and attempting to build a grassroots network, similar to the network of churches used to support Prop. 8, that would boost a repeal effort.
Ads proclaiming, "Why believe in a god? Just be good for goodness' sake," will appear on the outside and inside of DC Metro buses starting next Tuesday and will run throughout December. Newspaper versions of the ads ran in The New York Times and The Washington Post this week.1 comments
A Jerusalem judge has asked the prosecution to consider dropping charges against an antiquities collector accused of forging an ancient burial box that was touted as the first physical evidence of Jesus.Tags Archaeology
On Nov. 4, voters will have to bring their religious and ethical convictions to the polls as they grapple with a number moral issues on state ballots. Americans will consider 153 proposals on ballots in 36 states.
Out to break the commonly-held notion that Christianity is about judging others, a group of San Francisco Christians braved the rain on Saturday to show only "Agape Love" to the city's needy.
Expressing concerns that unlicensed wireless devices would interfere with church services, megachurch pastor Rick Warren has urged the Federal Communications Commission to not open up television "white spaces" for unlicensed use when the agency meets on Nov. 4.
A one-day conference on homosexuality that offers a message of hope that change is possible recently celebrated its 10th year and may broadcast its anniversary celebration globally in the near future.
The Green Bible, which highlights verses and passages that speak of God's care for creation in green ink, is the latest eco-friendly Scripture to hit the market.
Both sides of the California same-sex marriage debate are sparring over whether the defeat of Proposition 8 would force public schools to include gay marriage in their instruction.
At least 32 women have decided against abortion after speaking to students involved in a pro-life protest. Oct. 21 marked the 5th annual Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity. Students engaging the silent protest wore red duct tape reading "LIFE" as a way to lend their voices to the thousands of unborn babies who will never have one.
Supporters of California's Proposition 8 have stepped up their campaign to pass a marriage amendment with two weeks left before Election Day.