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Category: Faith

Harvest America to see Gospel simulcast in 1,000s of events

So where does a Christian ministry go after a 2016 event in which 82,000 people came to a stadium, more than 180,000 watched from remote venues in all 50 states and some 90,000 tuned in via the Web, the largest audience ever for a singe evangelistic meeting in the U.S.? Apparently, further down the same road, because there are no limits […] …

LGBT teacher called out for ‘bullying’ students

A Florida school district delivered an “unsatisfactory” response to a legal team representing several Christian students who claimed they were bullied in class by a teacher because of their faith. Among other things, the teacher repeatedly ordered students wearing cross necklaces to cover them up or take them off. So lawyers with Liberty Counsel are giving the district another chance, this […] …

Texas pastors getting ‘sermon protection act’

Three years ago, Christian pastors in Houston were in a pitched battle with their mayor, lesbian Annise Parker, who had forced her “open bathrooms” agenda through the city council. The pastors wanted the city’s residents to vote on the measure, and she was doing everything she could to prevent that. WND broke the story when she […] …

The dangers and threats from your … food addiction

It’s killing millions of Americans every year, sentencing untold masses of people to lives of misery, pain and suffering, and it’s tearing people away from God. It’s the American diet, the unhealthy way of life thathas gripped the country, a lifestyle that requires God’s help to break free, says Michael Brown. Brown, a nationally syndicated […] …

The volunteer navy which changed the course of history

Spain led the Holy League to defeat the Muslim Ottoman Turkish Navy at the Battle of Lepanto near Corinth, Greece, in 1571. Hilaire Belloc wrote in “The Great Heresies” (1938): “This violent Mohammedan pressure on Christendom from the East made a bid for success by sea as well as by land. The last great Turkish […] …

Lawsuit: University bills pro-lifers for pro-abortion speakers

California State University at San Marcos is being sued for ordering pro-life students to pay a $75 activities fee every semester that is used to fund pro-abortion speakers. The case was filed by the Alliance Defending Freedom on behalf of the Students for Life organization on campus and its president, Nathan Apodaca. The issue is the “discriminatory” policy […] …

DHS still partnering with ‘Muslim Mafia’ under Trump

Under the Obama administration, the Department of Homeland Security invited the Council on American-Islamic Relations to help develop its counter-terrorism policy, even though the Justice Department had implicated CAIR in a plot to finance the terrorist organization Hamas. So why is the DHS of President Donald Trump, who vowed during his campaign to eschew political […] …

‘The 700 Club’ to share Holocaust survivor’s incredible story Friday

Anita Dittman has a story like no other Holocaust survivor. And Friday, popular CBN television program “The 700 Club” will help tell that story. The show will air a 10-minute package focused on Dittman’s adoption of the Christian faith at age 7, and her survival through the Holocaust. The package will include recent interview footage […] …