Family Research Council's Travis Weber is advising parents, teachers and school administrators not to fall into the trap that The Satanic Temple group is setting by launching its "After School Satan Club."
Taking advantage of a United States Supreme Court ruling from 2001 holding that schools that have a "limited public forum" open to after school Christian clubs can not discriminate against other groups looking to use that forum to advance their worldview, The Satanic Temple has helped launch After School Satan Clubs (ASSC) in a number of elementary schools around the nation.
With the help of volunteers, the ASSC is being launched at public schools that already have Good News Clubs or any other after school Christian clubs in existence. more >>
Controversial Georgia pastor Bishop Eddie Long of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia said this weekend that his shocking weight loss is due to a new vegan diet which has made him healthier than he has been in years.
The once portly megachurch preacher who was accused by multiple young men of coercing them into sexual relations, says he has been getting a lot of reactions from the public about his trimmed down physique and took the opportunity to respond in a video posted to YouTube Friday.
"This is Bishop Long, you say 'Bishop! What happened to all of you?' Well all of me is melting away," Long began in the video. more >>
Randy LaHaye, the grandson of Tim LaHaye, says his late grandfather was instrumental in bringing the next generation of "Left Behind" movies to the big screen with the upcoming film, "Vanished."
The apocalyptic adventure film about the rapture and tribulation will be in theaters nationwide for one night only coming this September.
Randy, who directed and stars in "Vanished: Left Behind: Next Generation," says his grandfather, who co-authored the 16-book series "Left Behind," had input on the script and was even able to watch a screening of the movie before he died. more >>
The University of South Alabama said it will start allowing men who identify as female to go into girls' bathrooms and changing facilities this semester, even though the state's attorney general is urging schools to ignore the Obama administration's transgender bathroom directive.
South Alabama students and faculty were sent an email last week from the school's Title IX coordinator, Krista Harrell, explaining that the school will comply with the federal Title IX transgender bathroom guidance sent out by the Departments of Justice and Education earlier this year
"The University of South Alabama allows individuals to use the restroom or changing facility that is consistent with their gender identity," Harrell wrote in the email, which was obtained by The Christian Post. more >>
Sadie Robertson is gearing up to vote in her first presidential election and says she doesn't want "haters" to attack her for endorsing Republican nominee Donald Trump.
"People get really into politics, which you should. You should look into it, you should care about it, but it's a kind of a touchy subject," the 19-year-old "Duck Dynasty" star told "Entertainment Tonight" earlier this week. "So haters, be nice! [I'm on a] 'no hater' diet right here."
Four years ago, the Robertson family became reality TV stars with the premiere of "Duck Dynasty" on A&E. The show follows the antics of Sadie's great-uncle Si and other family members who work for her father, Willie, at Duck Commander, which sells an array of duck hunting merchandise and was founded by her grandfather, Phil. more >>
Grammy-nominated Christian contemporary singer Jamie Grace attended Adele's concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Tuesday night and was called up on stage to sing. The "Hello" singer was so impressed she asked Grace to keep singing and now the clip has gone viral.
The footage of Grace on stage with the mainstream star was posted by the Georgia native who couldn't believe she was singing in front of Adele. Grace was sitting close to the front of the stage with a friend and happened to get picked to join the Grammy award winner center stage.
"Sing some more. Sing anything you want," Adele said as soon as she heard Grace's voice. Grace sang Adele's "Remedy" and then Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love." She fumbled the lyrics to "Remedy" in front of the sold-out crowd, but Adele fed her the words and encouraged her to sing "anything" else she wanted. more >>