After receiving complaints from parents about an email their children received for a "Bring Your Bible to School Day" event, one California district has instituted a newly approved policy on promotional materials, which might deter messages about religious events from being distributed.
Folsom Cordova Unified School District's board last week unanimously approved changes to its email announcement policy in response to students and parents who questioned why a school would be sending notices about religious events, or even atheist events, such as a flyer many received about the atheist "Freethought Day."
Daniel Thigpen, spokesperson for Folsom Cordova, told The Christian Post that while the new policy "was not a decision to deter Bible-based or atheism-based messages through our e-flyer system," he acknowledged the new policy would prevent Bring Your Bible to School Day and Freethought Day flyers from being approved. more >>
Museums often have works of art that challenge your perceptions, enrich your cultural life, or educate you on past eras. One museum however has an artwork that will blow your mind.
The Birmingham Art Gallery has displayed a piece of 3D art that is known officially as the "Superduperperspective."
Why such a crazy name? Because the art work is very crazy. The piece features a series of smaller paintings that, as a person walks by it, seems to change in shape and form. more >>
Faith Driven Consumer, an organization that evaluates corporations, TV and film, says NASCAR is a better representation of Christian values than the National Football League.
Representing a reported 41 million American consumers, FDC's Faith Equality Index ranks how well a brand represents and embraces the values of Christian consumers and employees.
Put on a scale of 0 to 100, in the most recent rankings announced Thursday, FDC gave NASCAR a 50, versus a 24 for the NFL. more >>
After being sued for widespread fraud, which bilked consumers out of millions of dollars, a self-described charity called the Cancer Fund of America, based in Tennessee, has tentatively agreed to go out of business.
According to CNN, the decision came after a court battle with the Federal Trade Commission and the attorneys general for all 50 states.
In a 2014 chart billed America's Worst Charities based on cash paid to solicitors in a 10-year period, the Cancer Fund ranked second behind another outfit called the Kid's Wish Network. The Cancer Fund raised $86.8 million but paid $75.4 million to solicitors while spending just 1 percent of the funds raised on direct cash aid. more >>
A Christian ministry is holding a continuous worship service 24 hours a day, seven days a week in the nation's capital to inspire a revival in the United States.
Known as David's Tent DC, the 24/7 worship service began on Sept. 11, 2015, of last year and will conclude on election day this coming November.
A major pro-choice organization is boycotting hospitals with maternity wards because they "humanize fetuses."
The National Abortion Rights Action League tweeted recently that they were opting to boycott all hospitals that provide maternity care for treating fetuses like they were babies.
"We'll boycott All Maternity Wards for they use #antichoice scheme of humanizing fetuses to convince mothers to love children — #NotBuyingIt," tweeted NARAL. more >>