Every January, I usually see the same faces coming to the local and national Marches for Life happening across our country. I long to see more people I don't know participate, even people to whom I live next door. There may be a myriad of reasons why not everyone comes.
There may be a myriad of reasons why not everyone comes. You may think you don't want to attend because that isn't your thing — you are involved in other ministries and the pro-life stand is great, but not your battle.
Or you may not come because you don't think anything is wrong with abortion. You may not come because you aren't a Christian and you leave that up to the Christians. more >>
Abortion giant Planned Parenthood has filed a lawsuit against anti-abortion group The Center for Medical Progress, claiming that series of videos showing the business trafficked in fetal tissue "a reckless smear campaign" and are seeking extensive monetary damages.
"We are filing this lawsuit to hold accountable the people behind this reckless smear campaign," claimed Kathy Kneer, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California, according to MSNBC.
The Center for Medical Progress reacted quickly to the suit, however, calling it a desperate and frivolous retaliation against the organization for exposing the truth about Planned Parenthood's "lawless" operations. more >>
Russell Wilson may be trying to convert a Green Bay Packers fan into a Seattle Seahawks supporter after volunteering at the Seattle Children's Hospital.
Wilson, the 27-year-old Seahawks quarterback, volunteers at the hospital where he poses for pictures with sick children on many Tuesdays. It didn't seem to bother the QB that one of those children wore a Packers jersey, a team that Wilson has engaged in public disagreements with in the past.
An ecumenical gathering of churches in Tennessee will collaborate on a day devoted to community improvement projects, dubbed "Mission Blitz."
The annual event has been taking place in northwest Tennessee since 2007, and "Mission Blitz 2016" will take place in May, with the first planning meeting scheduled for next week.
Kevin Griffith, co-chair of Mission Blitz, told The Christian Post in an interview that there has been an emphasis on bringing different Christian denominations together. more >>
Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church has decried the practice of abortion, arguing that it has killed 10 times more people than his country's ongoing war with pro-Russian rebels.
"How many new 'Herods' there are today, who not only kill children after their birth, but have gone further … there are so many unborn children [killed] today," Shevchuk said last week during the Eastern celebration of Christmas, Catholic World News reported.
The Archbishop further warned that Ukrainian people are facing "enslavement" in the face of gender ideology. more >>
America's favorite sport can be brutal. And a Christian doctor's quest to save football players' lives is the subject of a moving new film.
Thirteen years ago, Dr. Bennet Omalu, a pathologist working at the Alleghany County Coroner's office in Pittsburgh, performed an autopsy on one of the Steel City's greatest sports heroes: Steeler Hall of Famer "Iron" Mike Webster.
What the Nigerian physician found shocked him. Webster's teeth had rotted away and he had resorted to using Super Glue to try to reattach them. His remains looked and smelled like he had been living in his car, which he had. more >>