The Rev. Franklin Graham said in a recent interview that when it comes to the American political system, he has no faith in the Democratic Party, Republican Party or the Tea Party. Instead, he called on Christians to go out and vote and run for office in the upcoming 2016 elections.
"I have no faith in the Democratic Party, I have no faith in the Republican Party, I have no faith in the Tea Party, whoever they are," Graham told WIAT 42 News in an interview posted on Thurday.
He added that he's not endorsing anyone in the 2016 elections, but urges Christians to run for office. more >>
Legislators in Texas are considering bills that would seek to enforce a ban on gay marriage even if the U.S. Supreme Court decides to declare such bans unconstitutional.
Last month, the highest court in the land heard oral arguments in an appeal to determine whether or not state-level bans on gay marriage were constitutional.
Texas representatives have introduced measures, including House Bill 4105, which would bar government funds from being used to support gay marriage. more >>
This contestant on "Dancing With The Stars" is an inspiration to all of us. Noah Galloway is a military hero and an amazing dancer. After receiving his scores with his partner, he does something on live television that the world and his girlfriend will never forget!
After impressing the judges with his Waltz dance, it's hard not to have tears in your eyes. His story is beyond powerful and it means a lot to those watching. But, after all the dancing is when the real surprise comes … and no one was expecting this one! Noah had devised a plan to propose to the love of his life for all of the world to see, and it was PERFECT!
When you see him get down on one knee, it is almost impossible not to shed a tear. It even had the men crying on TV. WOW! more >>
It all started when Jennifer was 12 years old and was sexually abused. The shame and guilt that came with it plagued her into adulthood. She soon got pregnant and had an abortion, and it changed her way of thinking. She never believed this feeling would end until she trusted in God!
Jennifer never believed she was worthy of God's love after she aborted her baby. It was a decision she made that almost led her to committing suicide. It is a terrible feeling when people feel they are not worth anything. She was raised a Christian and knew abortion was a horrible sin. Every day she was ashamed and thought about the horrible mistake she had made.
After struggling with relationships that never worked out, Jennifer never thought anything would get better. She worked in a gentlemen's club, and things seemed to be getting worse. Until one day when she met her future husband Dan. more >>
A new study suggests that the acceptance of a gay or lesbian president has increased by 18 points to 61 percent in less than 10 years, but Americans' comfort with an evangelical president has risen only by 11 points, to 52 percent.
Less than 10 years ago, only 43 percent of Americans said they would be enthusiastic or comfortable with a gay or lesbian as president, and today that share has jumped to 61 percent, according to the March Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.
On the other hand, the acceptance of an evangelical president has risen from 41 percent in 2006 to only 52 percent in 2015, the poll says. more >>
Carly Fiorina, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, has stated that if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down state-level gay marriage bans, she "wouldn't support an amendment to reverse" their decision.
Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard who announced her candidacy earlier this month, spoke with the blog Caffeinated Thoughts last week and was asked: if the Supreme Court strikes down state laws banning gay marriage would she support a hypothetical amendment overturning the decision.
"I think the Supreme Court ruling will become the law of the land, and however much I may agree or disagree with it, I wouldn't support an amendment to reverse it," said Fiorina. more >>