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George Nathaniel, a Twin Cities-area bus driver was removed from his bus route last week after leading students in prayer, the Star Tribune reported. Nathaniel says his rights to free speech and to practice his religion were violated. Nathaniel drove […]

Some believe the Rapture is a lot closer then we think. According to a Christian numerologist and end times theorist, David Meade, it will happen next week. Meade says the heavens are aligning to point to the Rapture occurring on […]

He made the ultimate sacrifice. French police officer Arnaud Beltrame died after voluntarily taking the place of a female hostage during a recent terrorist attack on a Super U supermarket in Trèbes, southern France. An ISIS-inspired gunman killed Beltrame and […]

Church leaders have said that they will finally reopen the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem on Wednesday, after shutting it down in protest due to a newly proposed tax plan that was to impose taxes on church properties […]

President Trump spoke about the link between faith in God and national greatness at the 66th annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington. He also declared that the United States of America will be a great nation provided its citizens remain […]

A senior Church of England bishop has lambasted conservative evangelical Christians in the US for their “uncritical support” of Donald Trump, urging them to reflect on how their endorsement of the president relates to their faith. Paul Bayes, the bishop […]

Like many churches, services at the Coachella Valley Church begin and end with the Lord’s Prayer. The service lasts about one hour and is filled with Christian prayers and sermons. Somewhere in between, there is the sacrament. However at churches like […]

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 […]

Bucking over a century of tradition, the Boy Scouts of America’s scouting board of directors voted unanimously to allow girls to join the organization. The decision followed years of requests from both girls who wanted to join and families who […]

Saudi Arabia has long been the only country in the world that legally bars women from driving. But now, that’s about to change. On September 26th, Saudi King Salman ended an internationally-criticized conservative tradition when he issued a decree allowing […]