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'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' movie review: Colorful biopic humanizes controversial televangelist
"The Eyes of Tammy Faye," from director Michael Showalter and starring Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield, gives an in-depth look at one of the most notorious scandals to hit American evangelicism.
Christian crowdfunding site raises over $15K to support son of slain Maryland police officer
A Christian crowdfunding site has helped raise over $15,000 to support a trust account for the son of a slain Maryland police officer who was assaulted and killed while responding to an early morning call of a fight in progress.
President Biden says unity is 'the path forward' in inaugural address
President Joe Biden delivered his inaugural address Wednesday before a small crowd of elected officials, supporters and celebrities gathered on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol.
We’re trashing our humanity as we trash baby parts
I believe that the abortion issue's greatest danger is not necessarily to the unborn, but to the living who are stripping themselves of their humanity by their own will.
Taking back American opinion
Until recent decades, American citizens were most heavily influenced by family, community, and Church.
Australia: Legal action taken against 183 for arson-related offenses as deadly bushfires rage; at least 25 people killed
Australian authorities have taken legal action against 183 people on bushfire-related offenses, some for deliberately setting fires that have ravaged parts of the nation.
Christian activists divided over USCIRF recommending India as 'country of particular concern'
Christian activists are divided in their responses to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom again recommending the State Department place India on its list of “countries of particular concern” for the worst violations of religious freedoms in 2020.
India: Hindu extremists kill church planter, dump body in woods
A church planter in India’s Maharashtra state was brutally killed by Hindu extremists after suffering years of abuse for his Christian faith amid escalating religious intolerance and violence in the country.
Chinese police detain Christians passing out Gospel tracts, threaten to remove social welfare
Christians in China were detained by officials with China's Communist Party while passing out Gospel tracts and ordered to cease all religious activity or risk losing social welfare benefits.
Police block Canadian churchgoers from drive-in worship service: 'heartbreaking'
After being fined $5,000 for holding an in-person worship service in violation of Manitoba province’s public health order, a Canadian church was prevented by police from holding a drive-in worship service on Sunday.
'Veggie Tales’ creator releases new video on systemic racism, goes viral
Phil Vischer, creator of the popular Christian animation "VeggieTales," and voice of Bob the Tomato, continues to tackle race in America in a new video he created to help inform white people about systemic racism.
How a South African pastor transformed lives through the orphanage he founded
The problems associated with poverty, crime and injustice can overwhelm neighborhoods, cities and even countries. Facing such enormous problems, many people throw up their hands and think, “What good can one person do?”
COVID-19 threatens to shrink our spirits, emotions. Fight back
Even more than the physical distance, COVID-19 threatens to shrink our spirits and emotions.
Wearing purple, ‘Amazing Grace,’ few protests: 5 notable things that happened on Inauguration Day
In addition to the historic nature of the proceedings, there were several notable happenings before and during the Inauguration event. Here are five things of note.
Why Republicans and conservative Christians should stick with Trump
Despite the initial distrust of conservatives like myself, President Trump has proved himself more true to Christian ideals than a good number of Republican presidents before him.
Arkansas pastor exorcized 1-year-old child, took meth with churchgoers: police
An Arkansas evangelical church pastor was arrested last week and has admitted to doing meth with congregants and exorcizing a toddler, according to police.
Remembering ISIS’ Yazidi genocide, six years later
An ancient religious group familiar with being persecuted by their neighbors, Yazidis had lived simple lives in the rural region. But the attacks by ISIS would have long-lasting consequences.
Nigeria: Muslim Fulani herdsmen kill 2 Christian teenage girls as persecution escalates
Muslim Fulani herdsmen killed two young Christian women in southern Kaduna state, Nigeria, just weeks after members of the same terrorist group killed 13 and wounded three Christians in a neighboring town.
‘Send Proof’ documentary examines medical evidence for supernatural miracles, engages skeptics
An upcoming documentary film examines medical evidence of miracle healings to challenge skeptics and close the gap between the hard sciences and the supernatural.
Alabama Church 'in the Middle of Nowhere' Shares Secret To How It Set Record of 900 Baptisms in 6 Years
Nine hundred people baptized in the past six years—that's a record as far as this church "in the middle of nowhere" in rural Alabama is concerned.