41 Texas Churches Leave UMC, Drag Show For Moms And Babies Sparks Outrage, Man Disrupts Anti-Racism Event
Top headlines for Wednesday, March 8, 2023
A federal court determined that a network of New York-based pregnancy centers can proceed with challenging a law that the organization said forces pro-life or religious groups to hire employees who have had abortions or hold views contrary to their mission.
A man was arrested for allegedly disrupting an anti-racism event hosted by a New Jersey church by throwing smoke bombs into a crowd of people and trying to pepper spray attendees.
Another 41 congregations in Texas have officially left The United Methodist Church in response to the mainline Protestant denomination’s ongoing debate over its stance on homosexuality.
An organization that promotes drag events for moms and babies recently made its social media pages private following controversy over footage of scantily-clad drag performers dancing in front of children.
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- Federal court revives pro-life care network's lawsuit against NY | U.S. News
- Man arrested for throwing smoke bombs at church concert | U.S. News
- 41 more Texas churches vote to leave United Methodist Church | Church & Ministries News
- Drag show for moms and babies with men in thongs prompts outrage | World News
- Christian org. sues for right to refuse hiring LGBT individuals | U.S. News