As he prepares to lead a prayer march in Washington, D.C., next week, evangelist Franklin Graham said the dire problems besetting the country are ones only God can solve, and time is short.
Christian and conservative leaders offered prayers for the family of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a liberal icon and champion of women’s rights who died Friday.
Pro-life activist David Daleiden, whose undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood's practices led to a congressional investigation, filed a federal defamation complaint against Planned Parenthood, arguing the abortion giant lied to the media about their investigation.
The city of Niles, Illinois, has dropped all four “disorderly conduct” citations against Romanian Pastor Daniel Chiu who had been ordered to pay a fine of $800 for holding morning and evening worship services on two consecutive Sundays.
Unfortunately, many of these hurt people are the ones driving the train in arts and media. That’s why many of them entered into the arts – it was an outlet to process their pain.
What would happen if a new Clapham-style movement weren’t limited to an influential area near London, but a worldwide movement of faith-driven entrepreneurs — all tackling the unique problems and injustices that they’ve been called to?
Jesus is the only rock upon which to build a house that withstands the floods and storms of time.
COVID is a disrupter, not just an interruption. However, I’d suggest another word for COVID — accelerator. The virus has caused much pain, but it has also expedited positive change.
The First Step Act has literally changed thousands of lives. A major feature of the bill is that it reduces mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenders, especially “low-level, nonviolent offenders.”
So why are so many of our young adults rejecting this widely held view which is a truly glorious heritage?
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