Live Action News was tipped off to the Morning Center by a supporter who exclaimed, "The Morning Center [is] doing amazing work to replace Planned Parenthood and keep mothers and babies safe." One motto of the center is "Serving Moms with Quality Maternity Care … Free of Charge."
The goal is to love the woman and the child. more >>
Planned Parenthood is suing Utah for its governor's decision earlier this year to no longer help the organization receive federal funds through the state health department.
Earlier this year, Utah Governor Gary Herbert announced that the Utah Department of Health would no longer channel federal funds to the state chapter of the national abortion provider.
Planned Parenthood Association of Utah filed an emergency motion for injunction on Sunday in the hopes of delaying the implementation of Governor Herbert's decision while their litigation continues. more >>
Supporters of legal abortion had a tough year in 2015. However, a recent Associated Press poll appears to be giving them some optimism.
It shows that 58 percent of Americans think that abortion should be legal in "all" or "most" cases. This is a seven point increase from a similar poll that the AP conducted in January of 2015.
Police shootings, urban riots, terrorist attacks, civil wars, refugees pouring across borders — 2015 offered no shortage of events to lament. It also gave us reasons to rejoice: the World Bank announced significant reductions in extreme poverty, and the United States and Cuba ended a 54-year estrangement.
Yes, there were plenty of news stories — tragic, triumphant and trivial — in 2015. But what stories caught the attention of Christians? Obviously, Christians are affected by and interested in all major world happenings, but some events have heightened significance for the Christian community.
The waning days of 2015 provide an opportunity to step back and reflect on some of the events and issues that resonated with the Christian community in ways not typically reflected in the mainstream media. These five events, listed in no particular order, held special significance for the Christian community and individual believers this year. more >>
Comedian Sarah Silverman is receiving criticism from Christians after her tweet on Christmas called Jesus "gender fluid," or an identity which refers to a gender that varies over time.
"MERRY CHRISTMAS! Jesus was gender fluid!" the 45-year-old comedian tweeted to her more than 7.5 million followers on Friday.
Silverman, who considers herself non-religious and insists she's not anti-Christian, followed up with another tweet, about the pubic hair styles of Santa Claus. more >>
Evangelist Franklin Graham appeared on Fox News earlier this week and explained that there's more to his decision to resign from the Republican Party than just the "wasteful" GOP-led $1.8 trillion spending bill passed by Congress.
"You know, Greta, there is a lot of good people I think, probably in both parties, and we see some good candidates in the Republican party running for president. But I'm so disappointed in just the leadership of both parties," Graham said on Fox News' "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren."
Graham, the eldest son of Billy Graham and president and CEO of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, said America is in trouble and in a mess. more >>