A former student at a Georgia college prohibited from preaching on campus can seek compensation, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday.
On International Women’s Day, Leah Sharibu’s parents are renewing pressure on Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari to secure their daughter’s release from Islamic terrorists after nearly 300 recently kidnapped schoolgirls were released last week.
The Utah legislature passed legislation last week that would require filter mechanisms on smart devices sold in the state to prevent users from accessing pornography and other information harmful to minors, a move sexual exploitation advocates applaud.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the Trump campaign’s lawsuit against the Wisconsin Elections Commission over its handling of the 2020 election, dealing the final blow to the former president's election legal challenges.
The following are the six seasons for tests and temptations that I have observed during my Christian walk.
I find that I still irk the world from time to time. And when I do, it’s usually for one of three reasons.
I understand where he is coming from, but shouldn't we defend our freedom to worship Jesus when given the opportunity? And isn't that what he and other pastors like myself, Jack Hibbs, and Rob McCoy are doing by staying open during the pandemic . . . exercising and defending religious freedom?
We can’t talk about joy unless we first talk about our need for joy, the reason why we need joy in our culture.
But when it comes to the number of abortions and the amount of federal funding, it is unlikely that the results would have been dramatically different under Clinton rather than Trump.
A great reshuffling is beginning to take place. Many pastors are considering leaving their positions or transitioning to a new ministry. It’s not surprising.
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