With protests rising and police morality corrupting with its increasing violence towards civilians, President Trump held a last-minute White House Rose Garden address to suppress the riots set off the… A black man, 46, who died on Monday in Minneapolis while white police officer kneed him down the pavement as he pleads that he can't breathe repetitious times, was a Christian with multiple ministry w… Pastors and religious leaders are urging for prayer and manifesting furious and grief as police officers kneed the black man in head to death in Minneapolis. Tom Hanks posted on his Instagram pictures of where appears to be donating convalescent plasma to help in the fight against Covid-19. After recovering from the virus, Tom has actively involved volunte… White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany delivered a warning from Trump commenting he is displeased with China's efforts and that "It is hard to see how Hong Kong can remain a financial hub if Chi…
Trump Addresses Values Voter Summit, Says Christian 'Values of Love, Charity and Faith Built This Nation'
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump confronted the conservative audience at Values Voters Summit in Washington on Friday, and spoke about religious freedom, education, military and foreign policies. A California bill that would expand punishments for those who secretly record conversations with health are providers has been approved by vote by both the state's Assembly and Senate, and awaits the governor's signature.
U.S. Government Threatens to Revoke Tax-Exempt Status of Humanitarian Group Founded by Church Leaders
Pastors for Peace collects donations from cities across the U.S., and has sent medicine, computers, and school buses, and other goods to Cuba since 1992 as an act of defiance against the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba in 1960. Most Americans as well as Christians do not want to change Johnson Amendment which states that churches must lose their tax-exempt status if they endorse any political candidates, according to a new LifeWay Research. Barack Obama has nominated the first American Muslim to serve as a federal judge, who is a partner at Latham and Watkins law firm, and specializes in litigation which involves health care fraud and security violations, according to a White House press release. An atheist organization is protesting for the removal of a Ten Commandments painting displayed in a Kentucky county clerk office. A new Barna study found that a significant proportion of teens involve themselves in volunteer projects through youth ministries and other church outreach programs.
Phyllis Schlafly, Conservative Activist Best Known for Her Role in Opposing ERA, Passes Away at Age 92
Phyllis Schlafly, a conservative political activist and a devout Catholic, who was involved in mobilizing women against the Equal Rights Amendment, passed away at the age of 92 at her home in St. Louis. A Virginia school board asked the Supreme Court in late August to hear its case and address how much authority federal officials hold in dictating regulation concerning gender and bathrooms in public schools.
Hermine Backs Away From East Coast After Causing Widespread Flooding, Moves Northeast Towards Atlantic Canada
Hurricane Hermine moved away from the East Coast on Sunday and was downgraded to a tropical storm, but it appeared to have gained strength again causing high waves along the coast.