The Army & Air Force Exchange Service said it will stop selling Jesus-themed candy in response to a complaint filed by a secular legal organization warning that selling the treats at commissary and exchange stores is a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
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Chick-fil-A denies capitulating to LGBT activists; Christian groups won't be excluded from donations
Amid reports that fast food chain Chick-fil-A was halting donations to Christian groups, the restaurant's foundation is maintaining they are philanthropically restructuring, not caving to political correctness in pursuit of higher profits.
Family Radio, the theologically conservative radio station once headed by controversial author and radio host Harold Camping, will be moving from its longtime California headquarters to Nashville, Tennessee.
In an exclusive interview with The Christian Post, In-N-Out Burger owner and president Lynsi Snyder discusses her troubled past, spiritual warfare, and her desire to be "plugged in" to God's calling on her life.
Christian authors who once identified as gay or lesbian are highlighting the double standard Amazon is applying by removing their books from the platform while continuing to sell titles that promote pedophilia.
After more than two decades of maximizing profits mainly for the benefit of shareholders, some 181 of America’s leading corporations including Amazon, Target, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase & Co., announced a new purpose for the corporation to improve the lives of workers and all other stakeholders but not everyone is buying it.
HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc. has expressed concern over the possibility of tariffs on books and printed materials from China, stating that it might “damage” Bible sales in the United States.
Following the removal of books by a Catholic psychologist amid LGBT activist pressure, Amazon has removed the works of other authors who once lived and identified as gay.