Kim Davis, County Clerk for Rowan County, Kentucky, for nearly 30 years, filed an emergency injunction with the United States Supreme Court last week in an attempt to protect
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\"Dear Abby\" columnist Jeanne Phillips, daughter of original \"Dear Abby\" advisor Pauline Phillips, recently used her platform to advocate abortion and push \"pre-natal care\" allegedly provided by Planned Parenthood, the nation\'s top abortion provider.
While President Barak Obama tries to win support for a controversial nuclear weapons agreement with Iran which would restrict the nation\'s ability to produce nuclear weapons for 15 years, Iranian officials continue to publicly discuss their goal to completely annihilating Israel.
Churches play a key role in helping food banks nationwide that face increased demands and declining resources, according to the director of a food bank serving hungry families just outside of Washington.
When Chik-fil-A franchise owner Jeff Glover closed his northwest Austin restaurant in March for a five-month renovation he paid all 50 employees throughout the entire period.The good Samaritan even gave each a $1 per hour raise to stay with him during the transition to double the restaurant\'s ...
An 18 year-old Tennessee man credits God, prayer, and Siri, Apple iPhone\'s voice-activated \"intelligent assistant,\" with saving his life when he became trapped under his 5,000 pound 1998 black Dodge Dakota pickup truck last month.
Parents who once thought of cartoons as a harmless form of children\'s entertainment are rethinking that view as the number of children\'s cartoons positively portraying the GLBT lifestyle is on the rise and so are the avenues through which such programming reaches children.
A fetal tissue supplier mentioned in the controversial Planned Parenthood videos showing employees discussing the sale of body parts from aborted babies has contracts with federal government agencies, Politico reported today. The paper confirmed they contacted government officials to confirnm the ...
Historic church which produced first Southern Baptist Convention president will allow gay ordination and transgender, same-sex marriage
A new non-discrimination policy at First Baptist Church in Greensville will offer same-sex marriage ceremonies and allow membership, leadership positions, church ordinances, and ordination to openly gay and transgender individuals without telling them their lifestyles contradict biblical teaching.
Seven years after rioting against Christians by Hindu extremists claimed the lives of 100 people and left thousands injured and displaced, Christians continue to experience persecution in the Kandhamal district of Odisha, an eastern state in India.
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