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White Christians knelt with black Christians asking for forgiveness

White Christians knelt with black Christians asking for forgiveness in northeast Houston


White Christians knelt with black Christians asking for forgiveness for the police brutality against George Floyd. This video of white and black Christians coming together to kneel and pray together went viral online and became known as a "praytest" video.READ MORE

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Where is the Best Cities for Same-Sex Couples?


Same-sex marriage was ruled constitutional 5 years ago on June 26, 2015 by the Supreme Court of the United States of America in the landmark civil rights case Obergefell v. Hodges. READ MORE

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North Carolina pastor Jayson Rowe died by apparent suicide


Jayson Rowe, a 40 year old North Carolina pastor of Conway Baptist Church died by apparent suicide on June 2. According to the Conway Police Department, law enforcement officers were in the process of investigating an allegation of criminal sexual misconduct against Rowe when they received a call about his death.READ MORE

North Korean Christians

North Korea Executes Couple For Trying to Escape to South During COVID-19 Emergency


A couple attempting to flee North Korea with their teenage nephew to South Korea has been executed by North Korean authorities. A source in North Korea who requested to stay anonymous shared, "They were arrested for attempting to escape [across] the border, which is now heavily controlled due to the national emergency quarantine against the coronavirus."READ MORE

Tim Keller teaches Christians not to waste your sorrow

Tim Keller Gets Diagnosed Pancreatic Cancer, Asks for Prayer


The retired pastor and best-selling Christian author, Tim Keller, shared that he is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Keller also had thyroid cancer in 2002. Keller expressed his optimism in his Twitter post, "I have terrific human doctors, but most importantly I have the Great Physician himself caring for me," referring to God as his Great Physician.READ MORE

Candace Owe

"BLEXIT" movement urging minority to leave Democratic party


BLEXIT, short for "black exit", is a movement aimed at urging black Americans to leave the Democratic party, claiming that the Democratic Party takes their vote for granted.READ MORE

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Yemen's secret church-'We are turning our fears into prayers'


The spread of COVID-19 has affected the Yemini citizens with the infection of half the population and deaths of more than 40,000 Yeminis.READ MORE

Crash Landing on You

North Koreans Learn South Korean-Style Sarcasm From K-Dramas, Upsetting Authorities


A line from the South Korean drama 'Crash Landing on You' is becoming a part of everyday speech. "Since late last year, it's become popular for people to ask each other, 'You think you're the general or something?' to point out when someone inexperienced or young is acting stuck-up and thinks they are above themselves," shared a North Korean source who requested to stay anonymous.READ MORE

The late David Dorn.

St. Louis Police captain David Dorn was killed by looters


David Dorn, a 77-year-old retired police captain was shot and killed by a looter in St. Louis in front of the pawn store he had been providing security for.READ MORE

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson offers British citizenship path for nearly 3 million Hong Kongers


Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, pledged on Wednesday to amend immigration rules to allow 3 million Hong Kong residents a pathway to British citizenship in retaliation to Beijing's security law implementation in Hong Kong.READ MORE

Trump Declared Houses of Worship as Essential, Ordered Governors to Reopen Them Immediately

Donald Trump Signs Executive Order to Make Religious Freedom a Foreign Policy Priority


President Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday prioritizing the advancement of international religious freedom. Trump visited the National Shrine of the defender of religious freedom, Saint John Paul II, in Washington, D.C.READ MORE

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How Church Leaders Can Help Domestic Violence Victims


During the COVID-19 pandemic, where the shelter-in-place orders are enforced, families are forced to stay closer together for longer periods of time than ever before. This can come as welcoming news to come while to others it may be worrisome.READ MORE

Black Lives Matter

Evangelical Leaders Support Black Lives Matter Movement


Churches and evangelical leaders are supporting Black Lives Matter which was further sparked by the recent murder of George Floyd in police custody. The Black Lives Matter movement was formed in 2013 in response police brutality and murders committed to the African American community. The movement spread when used as a hashtag following the police shooting of an unarmed, black high school student, Trayvon Martin in 2012.READ MORE

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Trump vows to stop 'mob violence' amid riots over George Floyd death


"In America, justice is never achieved at the hands of an angry mob. I will not allow angry mobs to dominate," President Trump vowed on Saturday to stop "mob violence" in which he is referring to the protests that were triggered by the death of George Floyd.READ MORE

President Trump Visits St. John's Episcopal Church

Trump mobilizes US military to end unprecedented riots


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 death of an African American civilian, George Floyd caused by a police officer.READ MORE

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