DOJ Sued Over Pro-Abortion Vandalism, American Missionary Released After 6 Years, Israel Stops Ban On Sharing The Gospel
Top headlines for Saturday, March 25, 2023
The U.S. Department of Justice is being sued over what plaintiffs describe as an inadequate response to violence against churches and pro-life pregnancy centers as pro-abortion vandalism continues across the U.S.
A California missionary and a French journalist abducted in Niger by an Islamic terrorist group have been released.
The largest United Methodist Church congregation in Michigan has voted to leave the mainline Protestant denomination over the ongoing debate over homosexuality and same-sex marriage.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that his government will not pass a bill that would criminalize Christian evangelism, a proposal that drew concern from American Evangelicals.
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