A former Navy chaplain turned conservative social commentator is working to suspend the YouTube Account of a Progressive organization's watchdog group.
Gordon "Dr. Chaps" Klingenschmitt, speaker with The Pray in Jesus' Name Project, has filed multiple copyright infringement complaints against Right Wing Watch.
His efforts have resulted in YouTube taking down RWW's account earlier this month. At present, RWW is appealing the video website's decision. more >>
In the brand new "Mary Mary" season three trailer released by We tv, popular Gospel-singing duo Erica Atkins-Campbell and Trecina "Tina" Atkins-Campbell get real with their manager, possibly suffer voice-loss, and confront a philandering husband.
The trailer for "Mary Mary" season three, which you can watch below, only runs one minute and thirty seconds long, but packs enough drama and suspense that television viewers are already talking.
"Wow 'Mary Mary' trailer looks AMAZING! Another 'Real' reality show forthcoming," wrote one fan of the We tv network. more >>
Controversial televangelist and former head of the Christian Coalition, Pat Robertson, recently told a viewer of his program that they should ask their gay son if he was molested by a coach.
During the "Bring It On" segment on "The 700 Club" that aired earlier this week, Robertson was asked by a viewer, identified as "Fields," as to what should be done about their 16-year-old son who has come out as a homosexual.
"I think you need to pray for him and I think you need to counsel with him and see--you know, is there really a biological thing going on?" replied Robertson, openly pondering if "a coach" might have influenced the teenager's decision. more >>
Sarah Palin has issued an apology for her remarks regarding Pope Francis that she made in an interview earlier this week while promoting her new book.
On a Facebook post published Thursday, the former governor of Alaska wrote that "it was not my intention to be critical of Pope Francis."
"I was reminding viewers that we need to do our own homework on news subjects, and I hadn't done mine yet on the Pope's recent comments as reported by the media," wrote Palin. more >>
Evangelist Billy Graham's possible final message to America premiered last night on Fox News, while the global preacher hosted family and friends at his home in Asheville, N.C., to celebrate his 95th birthday. After its debut last night, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association made his "The Cross" message available for free viewing online.
The 30-minute program features a salvation message from Graham, who shares how his heart has been broken for America because he feels that the country is in need of a revival.
"Our country's in great need of a spiritual awakening," says Graham in "The Cross" video. "There have been times that I've wept as I've gone from city to city and I've seen how far people have wandered from God." more >>
More than 20,000 people have been invited into homes, businesses, and high school locker rooms in the North Texas area by members of Prestonwood Baptist Church to hear the Gospel message as presented by Billy Graham and his ministry association in an inspiring video shown during this entire week, which included the iconic preacher's birthday celebration on Thursday.
Prestonwood Pastor Jack Graham (no blood relation to Billy Graham) told The Christian Post that this aggressive, 6-month campaign in which he and his staff enlisted hosts from the Dallas-area congregations at three locations to share Graham's My Hope America video "Defining Moments" is not over.
"This is house-to-house witness and evangelism, book of Acts style," Graham explained. "We pray that it's not just a moment, but truly a movement in our church and we are asking God to send revival through our community as a result of this aggressive, proactive intentional sharing of Christ and the Gospel." more >>