Trump Back On Twitter, ACLU Tries To Shutter Religious Foster Care Agencies, Pastors On Political Division Stress

Top headlines for Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Donald Trump is back — at least on Twitter. The former president is one of several high-profile accounts that were reinstated by Twitter, along with The Babylon Bee, Dr. Jordan Peterson, and Kathy Griffin, among others.

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has asked the U.S. District Court to protect the state’s right to partner with private, faith-based foster care agencies that help place children in foster care in response to the American Civil Liberties Union’s lawsuit to shutter religious

foster care agencies.

Christian actress Candace Cameron Bure has responded to online criticism after telling a news outlet that she doesn’t expect her new network to include LGBT storylines in its Christmas movies.

New research reveals that a majority of pastors thinking about stepping away from ministry are concerned that Christians identify more with their political views than their faith, one of several factors causing church leaders to consider leaving their professions.

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