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Michael Gryboski / Christian Post Reporter
A Wisconsin school district will no longer have a lease on a public park where students gather for a weekly Bible study event known as the "Jesus Lunch."
The nation's largest atheist group is demanding that a Pennsylvania school cancel its planned field trip to the Creation Museum in Kentucky, claiming that such a trip is a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has denounced a $36 million anti-smoking government campaign aimed at 18- to 24-year-olds that features coming out stories and drag queens called "This Free Life."
The annual National Day of Prayer is expected to be larger than ever, with an estimated 47,000 local events taking place across the United States.
A Catholic university in California has suspended an employee for allegedly telling a trio of students, one of whom identifies as gender-neutral, that only two genders, male and female, exist.
Actress and former Church of Scientology member Leah Remini recently defended the decision of Ron Miscavige to write a tell-all book about the current head of the controversial sect.
Over 1 million people have signed a pledge to boycott Target after the retailer announced last week that its stores will allow customers who are men according to their birth sex to go into women's bathrooms and dressing rooms.
A Virginia abortion clinic has had its license suspended after an inspection found 26 violations using dirty equipment on women, workers not changing blood-stained scrubs between operations, and not changing scrubs after plunging a clogged toilet.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently found himself rebutting a tweet from a self-described atheist who mocked a pro-faith message he had posted earlier on the social media site.
Two Georgia-based Baptist groups, one predominantly African-American the other largely Caucasian, have agreed to a "Covenant of Action" aimed at fostering joint mission and charity efforts.