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When 19-year-old tennis sensation Coco Gauff delivered a comeback win over new world No. 1 women’s tennis player, Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, in the 2023 U.S. Open women’s final on Sept. 9, she also delivered a big win for Christian faith and family values on the national stage.

A noted researcher is attributing societal problems in the United States to a transition from a “biblical worldview to alternative philosophies.”

An 18-year-old driver of a stolen vehicle has been charged with felony murder for the death of a 75-year-old pastor and mother of a Houston Police Department sergeant.

Terrorists have killed 23 pastors and forced the closure of more than 200 churches in Nigeria’s Kaduna State over the past four years, according to the Rev. Joseph Hayab, chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria in Kaduna State.

A new biopic based on the story of one-armed all-star softball player Katelyn Pavey will hit theaters this Friday, and the athlete hopes her story will help others realize they can do all things through Christ.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis highlighted the vital role faith in God plays in leadership as he explained how he will advance the cause of religious liberty if he becomes the 47th president of the United States. 

Mike Weaver, lead singer of the Christian Band “Big Daddy Weave,” opened up about how writing the song “Heaven Changes Everything,” released earlier this year, has helped him cope with the grief he's experienced since the death of his younger brother. 

Memorable events that occurred this week in Christian history include the battle of Castelfidardo, the ordination of George Herbert, and the excommunication of Saint Mary of the Cross.

Whatever the reason someone was throwing out the picture of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the fact is that the Constitution is worth keeping in high regard.