While debates were intense related to domestic religious liberty, the U.S. House of Representatives thankfully acted in a bipartisan fashion this week to strengthen America’s international religious freedom efforts.
While the U.S. Supreme Court did not issue a landmark Hobby Lobby-like victory for religious freedom this week, it did perhaps the next best thing for the Little Sisters of the Poor and fellow religious nonprofits threatened by the heavy hand of the executive branch.
Listeners of WAY-FM’s The Wally Show pledged their support to build 27 new water wells near schools in Africa as a result of a successful on-air campaign last week, reported WAY Media Chief Content Officer Faron Dice.
Hostility toward Christians in the United States is on the rise and will grow unless believers stand up for their freedoms of religion and conscience, stated BGEA President Franklin Graham in a recent note to ministry friends.
God’s Compass, the third feature-length motion picture produced in cooperation with Liberty University’s Zaki Gordon Cinematic Arts Center, was awarded Best Screenplay at the International Christian Film Festival (ICFF) on April 30.
Dr. Ted Baehr, Founder and Publisher of Movieguide®, says a 20-year study of hundreds of movies shows that relatively family-friendly movies with strong moral or biblical content and values have seen an “explosive growth” over the years.
Scores of Christian radio networks and stations across the country are preparing churches, small groups, and individuals this week for the International Day for the Unreached on May 15, Pentecost Sunday.
More than 1.15 million concerned citizens have reportedly signed the American Family Association’s (AFA) #BoycottTarget pledge since the retail giant publicized its policy to allow self-identifying transgender individuals access to store bathrooms and fitting rooms that correspond with their own gender identity.