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Jeremy Foster, Hope City Church founder who resigned over affair, breaks silence
Jeremy Foster, the founder of Hope City Church in Houston, Texas, who resigned as the church's senior pastor just over a year ago after confessing to adultery, announced Sunday that he is now "at peace," has remarried and wants to help people with the gifts God has given him.
Missouri AG imposes 'guardrails' on gender transition interventions for minors
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey has implemented an emergency regulation imposing what his office calls "guardrails" on gender transition interventions for minors as the push to ban the controversial practices continues on a state-by-state basis.
Judge rejects lawsuit against United Methodist Church over disaffiliation process
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit by over 30 congregations that sued a regional body of The United Methodist Church and its bishop, accusing the denomination of an unfair disaffiliation process.
‘God please help us:’ Family loses 5 children in fiery crash after teen slams car into tree
A grieving mother desperately begged God for help just hours after five children, including two of her own, died Sunday after the car they were traveling in with a 16-year-old driver crashed and burst into flames along the Hutchinson River Parkway near the Mamaroneck Road exit in Scarsdale, New York.
Bodie, 'The Voice' worship leader who left judges in tears, performs with Brandon Lake on LA tour stop
Bodie Kuljian caught the world’s attention with his musical talents as a contestant on the singing competition "The Voice," in part for his performance of Brandon Lake's hit worship song "Gratitude," and now the pair have teamed up together on stage.
'Jesus Revolution' filmmakers announce next movie starring Hilary Swank: 'Angels reside among us'
The Erwin Brothers, the filmmakers behind the faith-based hit movie "Jesus Revolution," have announced their next project: a true story starring two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank.
Biden admin. to rescind protections for religious student groups on college campuses
A proposal from the Biden administration would have an adverse impact on religious freedom and treatment of religious student organizations at public universities if it goes into effect, a top U.S. State Department official during the Trump administration warns.
Perry Noble shares health update about lump found on abdomen: 'I would so appreciate your prayers'
Perry Noble, the senior pastor of Second Chance Church in Anderson, South Carolina, recently revealed that a lump he found on his abdomen three weeks ago is not malignant.
Inside the rise of critical race theory: ‘Not justice at all’
In his latest book, Raising Victims: "The Pernicious Rise of Critical Race Theory," Leonydus Johnson explores Critical Race Theory’s influence on education and the media.
'Unprecedented': Employment tribunal recuses 2 judges for bias in Christian mother's firing case
An employment tribunal in the United Kingdom has now recused two panelists for perceived bias from the case of a Christian employee who claims she was fired for raising concerns about her son's Church of England primary school teaching students about transgenderism and sex education.
City criminalizes protests near drag queen library events for kids; pastor arrested
A Canadian city has enacted a measure to prohibit protests near city facilities, reportedly in response to the growing number of demonstrations at drag queen events held for children at libraries.
5 reactions to Trump's tweet signaling his potential arrest
Public figures on both sides of the political aisle are reacting to former President Donald Trump’s assertion that he might be arrested Tuesday following a Manhattan grand jury's investigation into his alleged $130,000 hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels in 2016.