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-Rick Warren: “We Cannot Cave on This Issue”

          (Picture from Wikipedia) Speaking before a Vatican-sponsored international conference on marriage, evangelical (SBC) pastor Rick Warren spoke out in favor of traditional marriage proclaiming:  “…we cannot cave on this issue”...Show More Summary

Thinking the 'Emergent Church' Was Ineffective? Think Again

Brian McLaren is right. The "emergent church" movement is growing. Not as a collective group, but as a savvy, scattered chain ever-present in the fiber of the Church.

Republican Party Cowards and Immigration

As time goes on, President Obama is becoming much more provocative with the GOP. For example, he met with congressional Democrats, but no Republicans, then announced his long awaited plan for executive amnesty, giving 5 million illegal immigrants a pathway to work permits and relief from possible deportation for 3 years.

Trusting Iran But Not Verifying Nuclear Weapons

The New York Times is ever the voice of hopeful liberalism. The famed "Gray Lady" recently reported on the status of nuclear talks between the U.S. and Iran. Those talks in Vienna are headed "down to the wire" as the November 24th deadline nears.

Obamagration and Our Disdainful President

The executive order, which President Obama has issued, granting amnesty to millions of individuals now residing illegally in our country, should make clear the profound disregard our president has for American voters, our constitution, and our two-party system.

Court Won’t Protect Will of South Carolina Voters

By refusing to step in, the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for same-sex marriage licenses to be issued in South Carolina. That’s despite overwhelming support for the state constitutional amendment that defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman. South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson released a statement after the high […]

North Carolina Restores Public Prayer

They can once again pray in Jesus’ name at public meetings in Forsyth County, North Carolina. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorneys actually won the case back in May. Thursday, the final federal district court order was lifted. “All Americans should have the liberty to pray without being censored, just as the Supreme Court found only […]

Taxpayers Spent $1.5 Million on President Obama's Personal and Political Use of Air Force One Over Labor Day Weekend

A recently obtained US Air Force document has revealed that taxpayers dished out over $1.5 million in transportation flight costs for President Barack Obama's Labor Day weekend personal and fundraising commitments.

Thanksgiving Feast With Tiny Hamsters That Will Make You Smile

Ever wonder what other people say they are thankful for? Well, for instance, this guy is currently thankful for his tiny little hamster friends. He even cooks them a delicious Thanksgiving dinner!

A Message to Ferguson and America: What If?

The St. Louis County grand jury decision will no doubt fuel the flames of racism and hatred, but what if we look through a different lens...

Kari Jobe Ties the Knot; Christian Worship Star Confirms Wedding on Social Media

Christian worship singer Kari Jobe will be getting married on Friday, according to her publicist and several Twitter comments posted by the singer earlier this week.

This Man's Life Was Lost Until He Found Out Who Jesus Was – Do You Know Who Jesus Is?

JP Pokluda weights in on a very important question that many of us cannot answer. That question is "Who is Jesus?" After committing many sins in his college years, he goes to Church to figure out who this historical figure that died for our sins really is.

Ted Cruz Wants Senate to Block All Nominees Due to Obama's Immigration Action

Outspoken Republican Senator from Texas Ted Cruz called on the in-coming Republican-majority Senate to block any presidential nominee until President Barack Obama rescinds his executive action on immigration.

Kirk Cameron Urges Fans to Improve 'Saving Christmas' Rating, 'Help Me Storm the Gates of Rotten Tomatoes'

Kirk Cameron is defending his new film "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" from negative reviews by appealing to his fans this week.

Billy Graham Is Still Alive; Rep Debunks Social Media Hoax That Fooled Nearly 1 Million Fans

After word spread on social media proclaiming the death of the celebrated evangelical Christian icon Billy Graham this week, the 96-year-old's representatives at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association categorically denied those claims as false on Friday.

Welcoming the Stranger With #ExecutiveAction

My op-ed | Welcoming the Stranger With #ExecutiveAction http://t.co/KV5LoWxMEh | #ImmigrationReform #ImmigrationAction via @HuffingtonPost — Rev. Chuck Currie (@RevChuckCurrie) November 21, 2014

Atheist Turned Orthodox Christian Parent Removes Child From School After Teacher Wears Star of David Necklace

A Pennsylvania parent upset that his child was being exposed to religion through the Star of David necklace being worn by a teacher filed a complaint but learned that the school board supported the teacher's freedom.

Crucifix and Virgin Mary Statue Survive 4-Alarm Fire at Historic Century-Old California Church

An ornate wooden crucifix made in Italy and a statue of the Virgin Mary miraculously survived a four-alarm fire that destroyed much of the historic Holy Cross Catholic Church in San Jose, California, that over 100 firefighters battled on Sunday.

News: Will Medical Missionaries' Ebola Pullback Avoid Another Kent Brantly?

As ministries report record interest in serving, Samaritan's Purse shifts strategy on what expat doctors do. After contracting the world’s most deadly virus while serving as medical missionaries in Liberia, both Kent Brantly of Samaritan’s Purse and Nancy Writebol of SIM became household names—as did Ebola itself. They survived. Show More Summary

Christian Leaders Condemn Payday Lenders Who Con the Poor, Call For New Controls

Christian leaders from virtually all denomiations gathered in the nation's capital this week to bring attention to rampant financial damage among the poor as a result of predatory lenders.

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