Authorities in China replaced a cross in the home of an elderly Christian with an image of Xi Jinping and ordered the believer to pray to the country’s president instead of God as part of the Chinese Communist Party’s efforts to “sinicize” Christianity.
Legal counsel for John MacArthur's Grace Community Church said that Los Angeles County is seeking a restraining order to stop the pastor from holding any in-person services on Sunday.
Mark Sherwood, a popular naturopathic doctor from Tulsa, Oklahoma, shared his thoughts on the COVID-19 spread and offered practical tips for believers to hold on to.
A new survey, conducted by the Pew Research Center, reveals that Americans are turning to TV and movies, rather than the Bible, to keep them occupied during the coronavirus pandemic.
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There is no doubt that little girls are singing along and dancing along to the filthy lyrics, even if they don’t have the slightest idea what the words mean.
Regardless of how you feel about Kamala Harris being the nominee for vice president or what you think her candidacy will mean in the end, win or lose, she has the opportunity to impact the nation.
If one truly believes that Black lives matter, then the last book you would want to burn is the Bible.
he America my parents grew up in is gone. The America that I, a 31-year-old millennial, grew up in is quickly disappearing in what I’m calling the war on religion, liberty, and justice for all.
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