What June Meant to Me: Mourning My Brother in a Busy Month

June is a busy month these days. Despite it being the start of summer, for me it is a dark month, awash with grief. But it’s a month that comes and goes each year, over the last decade-plus now, leaving me even more committed to contending for the faith and fighting for this country. I […]

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One Week Later: The Top Five Things Christians Need to Know About the Decision to Overturn Roe v. Wade

“Roe is gone. Christians, let’s be filled with joy. Don’t let any nay-sayers tell you now is not a time to celebrate. Make sure to lift your hands in thanks and praise to our gracious God. But be prepared to put them back on the pro-life plow. The fight for the right to life, at […]

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Women of the Faith You Need To Know: Amy Carmichael

“If there be any reserve in my giving to Him who so loved that He gave His Dearest for me, then I know nothing of Calvary love.” –Amy Carmichael Born in a small village called Millisle on the Ards Peninsula in Northern Ireland, future missionary Amy Carmichael (1867-1951) grew up in a churchgoing family and […]

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When the Constitution is under attack, Christians should thank God for the common grace of good Supreme Court justices

“Two other major rulings by the Supreme Court from last week make one thing crystal clear: The Constitution is under attack in America. In light of this, Christians should thank God we have good Justices willing to defend our freedoms.” –WILLIAM WOLFE When the long-awaited decision in the Dobbs case finally came down last Friday, […]

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Waiting on God: U.K. parents fight to keep doctors from taking their child off of life support against their wishes

“My son has not been given enough time, and there have been miracles where people have come back from brain injuries…Until it’s God’s way, I won’t accept that he should go…He may not be the same as he was, but if there’s a possibility he could live a happy life after this, I want to […]

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Air Force cancels punishment of Christian NCO who challenged vaccine mandate — but he still faces chance of involuntary discharge

UPDATE: The Air Force will rescind its original Article 15 non-judicial punishment of Master Sgt. Vincent White, a Christian non-commissioned officer (NCO), who applied for a religious exemption to the Air Force’s COVID vaccine mandate but was repeatedly denied. White, who saw it as his duty to stand up for other enlisted men and women […]

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Former AG: Public schools are establishing an ‘atheocracy’ and the solution is to allow nationwide school choice

Former U.S. Attorney General William Barr spoke at a Christian conference in Chicago on Saturday where he said that the hostility in public schools towards religion has created a crisis in Western civilization greater than any since Christ, and that to fix the damage, parents need school choice. Quick Facts Barr told the conference that […]

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Supreme Court rules 6-3 in favor of religious freedom rights of football coach fired for praying at midfield

Continuing its strong showing last week on the side of religious freedom, the Supreme Court has come down 6-3 on the side of a former high school football coach who was fired for praying at midfield after games. The ruling was announced on Twitter by SCOTUSblog: The decision in the case of Kennedy v. Bremerton […]

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BREAKING: The Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in a 6-3 decision, paving the way for states to eradicate abortion

In perhaps the most climactic ruling of our time, the United States Supreme Court has officially overturned Roe v. Wade. The 1973 ruling, which enabled the deaths of over 60 million preborn babies, has been condemned to the ash heap of history where it belongs. Providing a strongly worded and unyielding imposition to overturn Roe […]

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