The family of late Connecticut pastor, Tommie Jackson who was killed after he was hit by a speeding police cruiser last Summer say they were “insulted” after more than 30 people, said to be mostly officers, showed up in court Wednesday to support their 25-year-old colleague charged with the pastor’s death.
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The founder and president of the American Life League has issued an open letter to the NAACP condemning the civil rights organization for claiming abortion is a "racial justice issue."
Hostility against churches in the United States appears to be on the rise, according to a recent Family Research Council report that identified 436 incidents against churches in 2023, more than double the amount reported by the group in 2022 and eight times the number identified in 2018.
Author Robin DiAngelo recently claimed to believe Michelangelo's famous depiction of God creating Adam in the Sistine Chapel is the "perfect convergence of white supremacy and patriarchy," but misidentified Adam as David.
After multiple days of searching and prayer vigils, Audrii Cunningham, an 11-year-old girl from Livingston, Texas, who went missing last Thursday after she was sent to catch the school bus with an adult male family friend has been found dead, and the family friend has been charged with her murder, officials announced Wednesday.
A GiveSendGo fundraiser raising legal funds for a teenager charged with a felony for vandalizing an LGBT progress pride crosswalk has raised more than $28,000.
The son of controversial Remnant Fellowship Church leader Gwen Shamblin Lara recently opened up about his rocky relationship with his late mother and believes that her church was a "cult."
A prominent Christian researcher is insisting that with the 2024 presidential election less than a year away, the United States needs a “spiritual awakening” to resolve the pervasive division and polarization that has come to define American politics.
A Kansas City-area pastor claims the Holy Spirit prompted him to leave the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade last Wednesday, which might have saved him and his family from being hurt when shots broke out, killing one person and injuring 22 others.