Attacks Persist On Pro-Life Churches, USA Powerlifting Allows Males To Compete With Females, Hillsong United’s New Music
Top headlines for Thursday, March 9, 2023
As the pro-life movement expresses outrage over the arrest of pro-life activist Mark Houck, attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers and churches continue in the United States nearly four months after the U.S. Supreme Court determined that the U.S. Constitution does not contain the right to an abortion.
A judge has ordered USA Powerlifting to allow trans-identified males to compete in the women’s division amid a national debate about the fairness of allowing biological males who identify as females to compete against women in light of the physiological differences between the sexes that give men an advantage over women in sports.
A Florida pastor who allegedly drugged and raped a married parishioner after promising her a “spiritual revival” in his home was recently arrested on two counts of sexual battery and the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office believes there might be more victims.
Platinum-selling worship band Hillsong United recently released the expanded edition of their new record Are We There Yet in the midst of what Jonathan "JD" Douglass described as a prolonged and "challenging" season that has made their music truer than ever.Subscribe to this Podcast
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