It was heartfelt. It was funny. It was touching. A beautiful tribute given to the public karaoke-style by two members of that Thin Blue Line.
Two officers from the Palisade Police Department of Colorado performed a not quite lip-sync, not quite karaoke version of Journey's megahit ballad "Don't Stop Believing."
In a video uploaded to Facebook on the last day of February by the department itself, two officers give their all while seated in a squad car. more >>
President Barack Obama's nominee to fill the vacancy on the United States Supreme Court once joined an opinion that rejected an evangelical Christian defense based on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Judge Merrick Garland of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was recently tapped by President Obama as a nominee to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
In a case decided in June 2001, Judge Garland joined an opinion authored by fellow appellate judge A. Raymond Randolph that rejected a RFRA argument for a pair of evangelical Christians who wanted to sell T-shirts at National Mall. more >>
Hillsong Church, a world leader in Christian worship music, is teaming-up with the world's largest Christian television network to launch its own television channel this summer.
In a partnership with the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Hillsong Church will launch the Hillsong Channel, a 24-hour network that will offer viewers worship and ministry from internationally recognized pastors and teachers, according to a statement from TBN.
In a message to his Hills Campus congregation in Sydney, Australia — Hillsong Church's original campus and hub — Senior Pastor Brian Houston expressed his exhilaration with the forthcoming network. more >>
Once again General Lew Wallace's best-selling 19th century epic novel is going to be made into a film for the big screen.
This August the biblically-set epic Ben-Hur will be coming to American theaters, with Jack Huston as the titular main character and Toby Kebbell as the Roman officer antagonist Messala.
In a trailer uploaded to YouTube by Moveclips Trailers, the remake looks to include some intense action-packed sequences that may prove superior to its former incarnations. more >>
The Reverend Franklin Graham recently stated that Christians need to vote come November and that might include having to choose "the least heathen of the two."
In an interview with CBN in Denver earlier this week, Rev. Graham stressed the importance of evangelical Christians being involved in the electoral process, saying "I don't care who wins and who's out there, you have to vote."
"And I'm not going to tell people who to vote for, I'm not going to do that — let God tell you who to vote for," said Graham. "You may have to hold your nose, you may have to decide which is the least heathen of the two heathen." more >>
Christian groups are denouncing ABC network's new comedy series "The Real O'Neals" for mocking Christianity and exposing children to sexual and expletive-laced dialogue.
Debuting earlier this month, "The Real O'Neals" centers around an Irish Catholic family dealing with a son who came out as gay and parents who are possibly filing for divorce.
Tim Wildmon, president of the American Family Association, wrote in a column published Wednesday that the television series "shows pure contempt for Jesus and Christianity." more >>