Awards show attendees in recent weeks have used fashion to do more than just look pretty. Rather, by wearing black at the Golden Globes, sporting Time’s Up pins, or accessorizing with a white rose, many have protested sexual harassment within the entertainment industry and beyond.… Click here to read more
Recently, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta airport experienced a massive power outage that caused the cancellation of hundreds of flights. Many people were stranded in the airport. And that’s when Chick-fil-A came to the rescue.
Chick-fil-A restaurants are normally closed on Sundays, consistent with their founder’s Christian faith, as well as to give employees a day of rest, but the Atlanta Chick-fil-A made an exception.… Click here to read more
2017 ended with Bitcoin making daily headlines. If you’re not familiar with Bitcoin, it’s a specific type of cryptocurrency (a secure digital currency). It made daily headlines mostly due to the mania surrounding its steep rise in price. Why are so many people euphoric about Bitcoin?… Click here to read more
While social media and even traditional media are still preoccupied with mega churches and multi-site churches, the reality is that most churches in North America are quite small.
The Barna Group pegs the average Protestant church size in America at 89 adults.… Click here to read more
Facebook has unpublished the Facebook page associated with the pre-denominational Christian ministry “Warriors for Christ,” an organization that opposes homosexuality and abortion, on grounds that it violated its community standards on bullying and hate speech.
Warriors for Christ, a West Virginia-based ministry that stands unapologetically opposed to all sinful behavior, no longer has access to its main Facebook page that had over 225,000 followers.… Click here to read more
Tua Tagovailoa burst onto the national stage with an incredible second-half performance during Alabama’s overtime victory against Georgia on Monday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The quarterback completed 14 of 24 passes for 166 yards with 3 touchdowns and 1 interception to lead the Crimson Tide back from two 13-point deficits during Alabama’s 26-23 win.… Click here to read more
Contrary to the narrative pushed by academia and the mainstream media, there is increasing evidence that same-sex parenting has negative effects on children.
An article published last month by Catholic University of America sociology professor Paul Sullins found children with same-sex parents suffer emotional problems two to three times as often as children raised by opposite-sex parents.… Click here to read more
The statement, released Wednesday (Dec. 20), is accompanied by the hashtag #SilenceIsNotSpiritual and is part of a campaign that will run through Easter on April 1, 2018.
As for the church: “There is no institution with greater capacity to create protected spaces for healing and restoration for survivors, as well as confession, repentance and rehabilitation for perpetrators,” the statement reads.… Click here to read more
A former Medstar Georgetown University Hospital doctor is facing charges after police say he spiked his pregnant girlfriend’s drink with an abortion pill, causing her to miscarry.
In an interview she recently gave to WROC, Brooke Fiske said she and Sikander Imran were dating on and off for three years.… Click here to read more
The House is set to vote again on Wednesday on a modified tax bill that has been stripped of several provisions, including part of an amendment proposed by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) that would give a tax subsidy to families who homeschool their children.… Click here to read more
Major League Baseball star pitcher Cole Hamels and his wife are giving away their $9.75 million Missouri mansion and land to a Christian camp for children with special needs and chronic illnesses.
Camp Barnabas has two locations in the Ozarks and notes in its values that “Christ comes first always” and staffers “point people to Christ in everything we do.”The organization doesn’t just serve kids with special needs but also serves campers’ siblings and parents, as well as missionaries.… Click here to read more