Some actors really know how to give the people what they want. And other actors know how to stand up for someone else regardless of the audience's reaction.
Kelvin Moon Loh is a professional actor who's part of the cast of a Broadway production of the classic musical "The King And I."
At a performance back in September a mother brought her autistic child to the show. As the child occasionally misbehaved, some in the audience demanded they be removed. more >>
Answers in Genesis CEO and President Ken Ham has blasted recently released New York City speech guidelines that threaten to fine employers who repeatedly use the wrong pronoun when referring to transgender people.
"America has lost any semblance of biblical thinking, and this is clearly showing up in the laws and regulations that are being established. Sinful behaviors are being applauded and protected in the courts, and those who choose to disagree with sinful lifestyles are being punished for refusing to condone or accommodate these choices," Ham wrote on his Facebook page on Sunday.
"As our culture continues to reject God's Word and do what's right in its own eyes, we can only expect things like this to increase," he added, and linked to the guidelines in question by the New York City Commission on Human Rights. more >>
Business owners who fail to call transgender people by their preferred name or pronoun or bar them from using opposite-sex bathrooms may be fined as much as $250,000, a New York City human rights commission stated in a recent enforcement guidance.
The New York City Commission on Human Rights released a legal enforcement guidance on Dec. 21 outlining various actions that should be considered violations of the New York City Human Rights Law and also listed the consequences for businesses that violate the law.
Specifically, the guidance goes into great detail on what is to be considered "gender-discrimination" under its interpretation of the human rights law. more >>
NEW YORK — "Joy-An Irish Christmas" with Keith & Kristyn Getty made its way to New York City's Carnegie Hall for it's fourth annual holiday tour, and The Christian Post caught up with Keith Getty to chat about the unforgettable night of music, congregational worship, and the meaning of Christmas for the Getty family.
The Gettys are world-renowned contemporary hymn writers whose songs are sung each year by more than one hundred million people. Their annual tour, "Joy-An Irish Christmas," is a lively celebration of the birth of Christ as told through an evening of traditional holiday carols, contemporary hymns, Irish folk music, bluegrass and step dancing.
The talented Getty couple ushered nearly 3,000 New Yorkers into worship with their Christmas Concert. The tour's music was all recently released in an album titled, Joy-An Irish Christmas Live. The album coincides with a DVD release as well. more >>
A few years ago, Willie Morris, who turns 32 on Sunday, was an atheist turned off by Christianity. Last year, however, he launched a subscription service called Faithbox, which promises to help Christians grow their faith and impact the world.
Faithbox, he explains in a promotional video, is a "subscription service that delivers Christian inspiration to your doorstep every single month. We want to help fellow Christians grow in their faith and positively impact the world."
Through the service, subscribers can get boxes containing a combination of weekly cards with reflections or actionable items as well as carefully selected socially conscious products at costs ranging from of $25 to $100, according to the Faithbox website. more >>
After winning college football's most prestigious award Saturday night, University of Alabama running back Derrick Henry praised God and advised aspiring young athletes to keep God first while pursuing their dreams.
The 21-year-old Henry, who set a new Southeastern Conference record for nearly 2,000 rushing yards this season as a junior, fulfilled what he called a "lifelong dream" when he was named the 2015 winner of the Heisman Trophy in New York City on Saturday.
Notably, Henry won the closest Heisman vote since 2011 by earning over 1,832 points and 378 first-place votes. Heisman runner-up, Stanford's Christian McCaffrey, earned 1,539 points and 290 first-place votes, while Clemson's Deshaun Watson finished third place in the voting with 1,165 points and 148 first-place votes. more >>