President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday ending parental separations after around 2,000 children were taken from their parents who are being held in Border Patrol detention centers as their claims are being processed.
The Southern Poverty Law Center should not be used for research as it practices "harmful defamation" and using them as a source makes one "complicit" in said defamation, according to an open letter signed by 47 conservative groups.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin has stressed the importance of adopted children being raised in faith-based, mother-father homes, as the country debates whether religious adoption agencies that work with the government can be allowed to not refer children to same-sex couples.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has stated that evangelical leaders opposed to the Trump administration's policy of separating families that entered the nation illegally should give aid to some undocumented immigrants.
The Southern Poverty Law Center's apology to an ex-Muslim activist for wrongly labeling him Islamophobic shows that the liberal groups cannot be relied on for objective information on hate groups, say conservative critics.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, June 17-23, in Church history. They include the birth of Charles Spurgeon, the Supreme Court ruling against Bible reading in public schools, and the opening of a major early church council.
Here are five interesting resolutions that were approved by the annual meeting. They include commemorating the late Reverend Billy Graham, a call for support for immigrants, and spreading awareness of opioid abuse.