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God could soon be making an appearance in every public school in Florida. Following the deadly Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, the Florida House of Representatives has passed a bill that would require all schools and administrative buildings to […]

Are President Trump’s recent actions yet another promise fulfilled to evangelicals? Last week, President Donald Trump made a historic move with the announcement that the U.S. would officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and prepare to relocate the U.S. Embassy […]

  Author and former Muslim Ayaan Hirsi Ali spoke at the National Press Club on April 7th and said there needs to be five amendments to Islam. She said “individuals” within Islam today are coming forth and admitting that Muhammad provides […]

 by James D. Davis  Copyright © 2012, South Florida Sun-Sentinel This week I told a friend that Chuck Colson was on his deathbed. Her response: “Who’s that?” That ignorance is good, in a way. For many in my generation, Colson, […]

An 80-year-old old Massachusetts woman is willing to go to jail rather than quit feeding the ducks at a pond near her house. She says she worries about the health of her feathered friends — particularly during the winter when […]

Oh what fun it is to sing in the mall while your parents and grandparents and godparents record the grand event! Wearing a cool Christmas hat! So, while singing their hearts out, challenging shoppers to have a little love in […]

Billionaire Richard Branson thought he could prevent the American invasion of Iraq. In March 2003, he persuaded South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning President Nelson Mandela to fly to Baghdad and talk Saddam Hussein into leaving the country with them. Branson […]

In what would seem to be political correctness gone mad, an elementary school assistant principal called police after a 12-year-old boy and girl were caught kissing on a Florida playground. The school administrator had called state child abuse officials first, […]

Christian groups are condemning a Spanish play about Jesus called “Golgota Picnic,” scheduled to premiere in France. However, at least one reviewer said the play, which features full nudity, becomes tedious and boring — such as a long scene in which a middle-aged, […]

Knoxville’s non-denominational NorthStar Church held services at local bar Monday night with a country-music themed sermon, after which everybody was invited to stick around and dance. Church at the Cotton-Eyed Joe honky-tonk saloon was a success, says  Pastor Scott Cagle. […]