DOJ Sued Over Garland Memo Instructing Federal Agencies To Act Against Parents Fighting Against CRT, LGBT Agenda In Schools
The United States Department of Justice was reportedly sued over Attorney General Merrick Garland's memo instructing federal agencies to act against parents fighting against Critical Race Theory and t…
In-N-Out Defies San Francisco's Vaccine Requirement For Diners, Says They 'Fiercely Disagree' With 'Government Overreach'
"We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government," In-N-Out Burger's Chief Legal and Business Officer said. Evangelical-affiliated churches had more "practicing" Christians than other mainstream denominations, says a recent American Bible Society (ABS) study. ESPN reporter Allison Williams resigned from work saying "I'm going to hold on to my faith" instead of complying to the company's COVID-19 vaccination mandate. Government contractors and members of the military reportedly filed a class-action lawsuit against President Joe Biden's vaccination mandate for the United States Department of Defense.
Over 40,000 supporters are backing a Christian nonprofit's campaign to require porn platforms to establish better age verification methods to prevent kids from accessing porn and harming themselves in the process.
Christian Media Giant Stephen Strang Blasts Cancel Culture, Urges Believers To Stand Up Because 'Enough Is Enough'
A renowned evangelical Christian media leader wrote a new book which aims to raise Christians' understanding of the perils of "cancel culture." Magician Dustin Tavella, who captured the hearts of viewers with his tricks and stories, won the 16th season of "America's Got Talent" (AGT).
Christian Coach Fired For Praying Post-Game Takes Case To Supreme Court, Hoping To ‘Right This Wrong’
A high school football coach who was dismissed over praying in the field during football games is hoping that the Supreme Court would uphold religious rights across the U.S. A former tech CEO is sounding the alarm on how "wokeness" has become so pervasive in American institutions that it has become some sort of "secular religion." Around 3,000 French citizens employed in the medical and care sectors have been suspended from work for failing to get jabbed despite being given an ultimatum by the government.
Skillet’s John Cooper Reveals He Was Once Promised Fame In Exchange For Not Talking About Jesus Christ
Skillet's John Cooper found himself at a juncture in his career a decade ago when he was offered greater recognition if he would refrain from speaking so much about Jesus. A family media watchdog group decried Netflix's "Big Mouth," an animated show that they believe has violated child pornography laws. Four students in Omaha, Nebraska have filed a lawsuit against a university for mandating vaccines and refusing to grant religious exemptions. A Christian school from Colorado has reportedly agreed to follow COVID-19 health protocols after being threatened with closure.