Earlier this week, NYC Public Schools held what has been described as their "first ever" LGBT pride celebration for students and their families.
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The world awoke Friday morning to the shocking news that U.K. citizens voted to leave the EU and Prime Minister David Cameron would be leaving office in three months, making way for a new leader who supported the Leave campaign.
The PC(USA) Presbytery of Lehigh filed a lawsuit earlier this week asking a judge to prohibit the 2,600-member First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, from leaving the denomination.
School Official Who Attacked Church for Wishing Muslims 'Blessed Ramadan' Apologizes but Won't Resign
An elected school board member in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, who publicly expressed outrage over a church's sign wishing Muslims a "blessed Ramadan" will remain in office, despite calls for his resignation.
Former Southern Baptist Convention President Dr. Ronnie Floyd is not endorsing any candidate for president of the United States despite agreeing to be on Donald Trump's religious advisory board.
Jerry Falwell Jr. Blasts Critics as 'Hypocrites' for Judging His Pro-Trump Photo in Front of Playboy Cover
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. is getting backlash on social media for posting a photo of himself with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump beside a framed image of Trump's Playboy magazine cover.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) has elected a co-moderator for its 222nd General Assembly who believes members of the denomination are just as evil as Orlando shooter Omar Mateen who pledged his allegiance to the Islamic State terror group.
An organizer for the annual "March for Marriage" event in the District of Columbia stated that President Barack Obama's transgender bathroom directive is the "next step" for the LGBT agenda.
'Jesus Lunch' Controversy: Wisconsin City Holds Public Hearing on Whether to Allow Weekly Bible Study
Dozens of residents of a Wisconsin city offered their opinions on whether or not a public park situated near a high school should allow a parent-led weekly event called the "Jesus Lunch."
The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission received criticism from some members of the Southern Baptist Convention at the denomination's annual meeting on Wednesday for filing an amicus brief on behalf of a Muslim group seeking to build a mosque.
An atheist group's attempt to stop a Tennessee sheriff from posting Christian messages on his police department's Facebook page has been thwarted by a district court judge who rejected their injunction request.