New Virginia governor starts working to fulfill campaign promises, but some of his agenda is already being challenged in court

Since his inauguration on January 15, new Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, R, has signed 11 executive orders that advance many of the key priorities he promised Virginians while on the campaign trail, but already he is facing organized resistance and legal challenges from school districts and some parents. Quick Facts Businessman Glenn Youngkin was swept into office […]

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UPDATE: Supreme Court agrees to hear religious freedom case of football coach who was fired for praying at midfield after games

UPDATE: The Supreme Court announced last week that it will hear the case of former Bremerton High School football coach Joe Kennedy, who was fired for refusing to stop praying on the field after games, to determine whether silent prayers are protected by the Constitution. Kelly Shackelford, head of First Liberty Institute which represents the […]

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Co-owner of NBA’s Golden State Warriors states that “nobody cares” about China’s genocide of the Uyghur, including himself

Chamath Palihapitiya, who owns 2 percent of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, recently said on his podcast that “nobody cares” about the genocide of Uyghurs in China’s Xinjiang province, saying that his main concern is human rights violations in the U.S. Quick Facts Palihapitiya said on his podcast that “it’s a hard ugly truth” that “nobody cares” […]

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Pastor Josh Buice, Pray’s Mill Baptist Church break from SBC over social justice influence among leadership

Pray’s Mill Baptist Church (PMBC) has voted to sever ties with the Southern Baptist Covention (SBC) over concerns with the leadership’s theological drift towards social justice, identity politics, and a refusal to denounce Critical Race Theory and intersectionality (CRT/I). Quick Facts Josh Buice, pastor of Pray’s Mill Baptist Church (PMBC) in West Atlanta, had helped […]

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UPDATE: Parent lawsuit forces California to drop curriculum requirement that had students praying to Aztec gods

UPDATE: The California Department of Education has voluntarily settled a lawsuit by agreeing to remove any requirement or encouragement that students chant prayers or affirmations to Aztec and Ashe gods. The suit, brought by parents and the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation, had alleged that the prayers, part of the state-approved Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum, was a sectarian […]

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Canada threatens pastors for teaching biblical sexual ethics, MacArthur leads pastors to preach sexual purity in solidarity

In Babylon, Daniel and his friends remained true to God despite the likely adversities they would face. Pastors, look to scripture for examples of boldness as you serve the God who placed you in the pastorate.

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My Family Is the Realization of MLK’s Dream

I’ll keep believing in this sweet Land of Liberty. Most importantly, I’ll keep teaching my children that justice rolls down like a mighty river when we love God and pursue righteousness above all else.

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Another Virginia school has put in place a policy to affirm students’ gender dysphoria and hide it from parents

Harrisonburg City Public Schools (HCPS) in Virginia has instituted a new policy that affirms students’ transgender identity, requires staff to use their preferred name and pronouns, and also orders staff to hide this information from parents. Quick Facts HCPS staff have been ordered to use a student’s chosen name and pronoun. Staff are told not […]

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Still Looking for a New Year’s Resolution? How About This: Join a Local Church.

Not only is joining a church a matter of obedience, and we should obey our King, but it is also the best thing you can do to make this year better than last year. William wolfe We are now about halfway into January 2022. Which makes me wonder: Did you make any New Year’s Resolutions […]

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