Brittany Smith

Christian Post Reporter

$80,000 USAFA Pagan Ritual Site Up and Running

The United States Air Force Academy has worship spaces for most of the world’s major religions. But until last year, cadets who followed Earth-based religions – including Pagans and Wiccans – were lacking a proper area to practice rituals in.

Joplin Donates Over 12,000 Operation Christmas Child Shoe Boxes

The Christmas spirit is alive in Joplin, Mo. Residents of the tornado damaged town have seen their share of hardships this year, but it didn’t stop them from participating in Operation Christmas Child. They more than doubled the number of shoe box donations for the organization that sends gift filled shoe boxes to third world countries every Christmas.

LGBT Groups Boycott Salvation Army's Red Kettles

The Salvation Army red kettles that sit outside storefronts during the Christmas season are causing some gay groups to see red. LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) activists are calling for a boycott of the Salvation Army’s annual red kettle drive because of its stance on homosexuality.

Breakaway Anglican Group Considering Changes

The Anglican Mission in the Americas (the Anglican Mission), a conservative group trying to keep the outward focus and missionary tradition of the Anglican Church alive in the United States and Canada, is in the midst of significant transitions.

S.C. Woman Uses Bibles to Smuggle Drugs, Weapons

South Carolina might be in the Bible belt, but one local woman was recently caught using the Bible for something other than memorizing Scripture. Law Enforcement agents in South Carolina say Shareca Latoya Jones recently mailed a package containing two hollowed-out Bibles in an attempt to smuggle weapons, drugs and a cell phone to a prison inmate.

More Businesses Than Ever Rated 'Gay-Friendly'

The Human Rights Campaign released their Corporate Equality Index, rating companies on their policies and practices for LGBT workers. This year, a total of 615 companies were rated. Of those companies, 337 businesses received the top rating of 100 percent.

Church Opposes Naming NY Street After George Carlin

West 121st Street in New York City is where the late stand-up comedian George Carlin grew up. Known for his sarcasm and satire, he might find a recent petition to name his childhood street after him particularly humorous, especially since the pastor of Corpus Christi Catholic Church, affiliated with the primary school he once attended, has raised objections to the “George Carlin Way.”