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These bold and valiant ladies are doing tremendous work, but they can’t do it alone. They need all the help that they can get from girls and women just like them. Today’s ladies must take up the mantle of the original American feminists to fight for their sports and opportunities within their sports.
A teacher who was ousted after publicly airing his concerns about "antiracism" training at an elite New York City private school warns that an ideology taking aim at the concept of “objectivity” is harming American students.
Lutheran bishops from around the world have issued a statement condemning the criminal prosecution of Päivi Räsänen, a Christian politician who is facing six years in prison for sharing her biblical beliefs on sexuality and marriage, and Finnish Bishop-elect Juhana Pohjola, who distributed a pamphlet written by Räsänen.
Over the past few months, I have attended around 25 shareholder meetings. I have written about specific meetings, but now that most major corporations have had their meetings, a general overview of the season is in order.
The Bible does not lie when it says that “the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing.” For some, religion may be something that lowers their life satisfaction. But for others, faith is the only reason they are alive.
For the last 13 years, the Olympic men’s 100-meter title has been held by one man: Jamaica’s Usain Bolt. But that will change in Tokyo, with Bolt retired. And the frontrunner to claim the title is an American.
A Republican congressman accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats of hypocrisy after a mask mandate was reintroduced for vaccinated representatives while the Biden administration continues to transport COVID-19 positive migrants across the country without notifying local health authorities.
An outspoken former Muslim woman who converted to Christianity told people about Jesus Christ on Sunday at the largest park in Central London when an unidentified man wearing black began to repetitively stab her in her face and hands.
A congregation in Chicago, Illinois, has sought to combat gun violence in the city through a $25,000 firearms buyback program centered on young adults and youth.
A new report reveals that only half of American households give to charity, the lowest share in two decades. Additionally, data shows that the average amount of donations given to religious organizations has decreased at a faster rate than those given to their secular counterparts.
Led by a strong core of outspoken Christians, the U.S. Olympic softball team came up just short in the sport’s return to the Games after a 13-year absence, losing 2-0 to Japan in the gold-medal game on Tuesday.
A Baptist association missions leader in central Missouri has resigned after confessing to inappropriate behavior involving a female teenager several years ago.
It becomes more difficult, though, when we’re aware that some of our athletes despise what our flag stands for. Or if we’re wondering what they’ll do if they medal and get to the platform. Should we be proud of their stunning athletic accomplishment or should we cringe?
And doesn’t this youth pastor himself still have his own set of rules? (“No buns, bananas, or breasts need to be seen.”) Put another way, what’s the difference between his asking, “Why is a little cleavage sinful?” and someone else asking, “Why is a lot of cleavage sinful?” After all, why do men have to be so obsessed with women’s breasts?
Lecrae says he’s moved from deconstructing to reconstructing his faith: ‘I love Jesus, but I’m not churchy’
Christian artist Lecrae will be going on tour with Maverick City for their Welcome to New Maverick City tour and recently revealed that while he's gone from deconstructing to reconstructing his faith, he's still "not churchy.”
A federal appeals court has concluded that a church in Washington state has the right to sue over a state law requiring health insurers to cover abortions, partially overturning a lower court decision dismissing the case.
Pur shared with me that he does not feel ashamed of being a refugee because it is something that can happen to anyone. Today it is him but tomorrow it could be anyone—and people across the world must come together to dispel misconceptions surrounding refugees.
North Korean authorities complicit in torture, murder and slavery; report warns of likely 'genocide'
An inquiry by the United Kingdom’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on North Korea has found that officials working with dictator Kim Jong Un have committed murder, torture, modern-day slavery and religious persecution, all of which amount to crimes against humanity.
Kimberly Holmes, the CEO of Marriage Helper, says she uses examples of dysfunctional celebrity relationships to help couples learn how to do marriage the way the Bible intended, with long-lasting commitment.
The truth is that most of us may never have the opportunity to share the Gospel with thousands of people. However, we all have an opportunity to speak one on one about Christ to a tenth of the number saved that day. I know, because as a new believer, I’ve tried.