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Christian Emmanuel Sanon, a 62-year-old Haitian-born American pastor and medical doctor who has lived in the U.S. since the late 1970s, has been named by local authorities as one of the key suspects in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse. However, the pastor, along with many who know him, says he is innocent.
A regional body of The United Methodist Church has seized control of the assets of a Georgia megachurch trying to leave the mainline Protestant denomination.
The loss of the long running case involving Barronnelle Stutzman of Washington State, a great-grandmother and proprietor of Arlene’s Flowers, should be cause for both alarm and resolve among committed Christians.
The truth is that the spa should be ashamed for defending the man. Those members of the public who also supported his “rights” should be ashamed. And the Times should be ashamed.
The Biden administration said it won't allow Cuban refugees to enter the United States by maritime migration, as protests against the communist regime in Cuba continue to unfold.
The United Methodist Church has elected its first Latino head of a denominationwide agency, specifically to oversee the implementation of anti-racism work at a national and global level.
Christian singer Matt Maher recently opened up about his song “Run To The Father,” and revealed that following the COVID-19 pandemic, he realized how much he wants to grow as a father to his own children.
Sen. Mike Lee of Utah said the United States has a strong history of religious freedom because it's “a nation of heretics.”
I was coming from a meeting where I had watched an in-your-face media presentation about the way our civilization is collapsing. And I wondered: When will be the climactic moment of this change—or “re-imagining” as some call it now? More important: What will the new nation look like?
SBA list slams House Democrats’ for ‘forcing taxpayers to fund abortion’ by advancing spending bill without Hyde Amendment
Pro-life lawmakers and advocacy groups are slamming House Democrats for taking the first step in passing a federal budget without a guarantee that taxpayer funds will not be used to fund abortions.
Notable academic and progressive African American philosophy professor Cornel West has announced his resignation from his position at Harvard University in Massachusetts, citing what he called “spiritual rot.”
The original home of the late evangelist Billy Graham and his wife, Ruth, is now for sale as their daughter is raising funds to pay for her daughter’s medical treatments.
A bipartisan three-day summit of persecuted religious minorities, advocates and politicians kicks off Tuesday in Washington, D.C., seeking to continue the momentum established by the U.S. State Department's two ministerials promoting religious freedom worldwide.
Few families in the U.S. can afford healthcare insurance. The average premiums for family coverage is about $15,000 per year, about the same as a mortgage in Oklahoma. Then why do most Americans have healthcare insurance? Because their employers pay up to two thirds of the cost.
Russian philosopher Vladimir Solovyov once said, “Modern people believe this: man descended from apes. Therefore, let us love one another.”
On the fifth anniversary of the Ark Encounter, which features a 510-foot-long wooden Noah’s ark, founder Ken Ham has announced the expansion of the Bible-themed attraction in Kentucky by building a Tower of Babel attraction on the park’s grounds.
The Biden administration has declined the request of Haiti’s Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph for U.S. troops as the impoverished nation struggles in the social and political aftermath of the assassination of President Jouvenal Moïse. The U.S. will only send security officials to assess the situation, with agents from the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security arriving in Haiti on Sunday.
Brnovich was only the first battle. But there is every reason to suspect that the upcoming legal challenges will go the same way. They have most of the same features, and the Left’s legal attacks against them are always the same.
A court in Pakistan’s Punjab Province has granted custody of a 13-year Christian girl to a Muslim man who has three wives and allegedly abducted her and forced her to marry him and convert to Islam.
A Florida couple has filed a lawsuit against a Catholic school, claiming that the academic institution has a “woke” climate at odds with its claims of being a Catholic entity and wants their $1.35 million donation pledge voided.