A California bill that would expand punishments for those who secretly record conversations with health are providers has been approved by vote by both the state's Assembly and Senate, and awaits the governor's signature.
Most Americans as well as Christians do not want to change Johnson Amendment which states that churches must lose their tax-exempt status if they endorse any political candidates, according to a new LifeWay Research.
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) will be hosting a second seminar on dating violence this month on September 14, from 10 AM to 11:30 AM.
Barna Study: Women Positively Impacted by Social Media, but Many Report Feeling Negative Emotions of Loneliness and Comparison after Overuse
A new study which sought to examine women’s experience with social media was launched by Barna in collaboration with Proverbs 31 Ministries. It found that women’s excessive interaction with social media added to their feelings of judgement, loneliness, jealousy and comparisons.
For those in the Korean immigrant community who have been wanting to become homeowners but have hesitated due to low income or bad credit, a non-profit in Los Angeles hopes to provide information and resources to empower them to buy homes.
A bill that has alarmed religious universities in the state of California over the past several months has been amended on Monday to take out a portion that would have required those institutions to provide restrooms according to gender identity and housing for same-sex married couples, among other requirements.
Korean Community Contributes to Providing New Backpacks and School Supplies for Chilren in Foster Care
Over 300 Asian American students living with foster care families are starting this school year with fresh school supplies and new backpacks thanks to the efforts of the Korean community.
Koreatown Redevelopment Plan Including Community Center Approved by L.A. County Board of Supervisors
Los Angeles County supervisors unanimously voted in approval of a plan to redevelop county-owned buildings in Koreatown to include a community center.
Religious Freedom Grave Concern in Majority of Countries Around the World: US State Department Report
The US State Department released the religious freedom report for the year 2015, and expressed grave concern over the state of religious freedom in a majority of countries around the world.
The Great Plains Executive Committee placed Rev. Cynthia Meyer on involuntary leave till the next General conference is conveyed in 2020 or sooner when a special session on denomination’s stand on LGBT issue is conducted.
California's Faith-Based Universities Express Concern Regarding Potential Anti-Discrimination State Bill
A California anti-discrimination bill that is currently awaiting a vote by the California state Assembly is raising concerns from Christian institutions which say that the bill would restrict their ability to operate according to their religious beliefs.
Pastors are more likely than not to encounter a domestic violence situation happening within the homes of their congregants. But are they prepared to handle the situation wisely? A non-profit in Los Angeles will be providing a sponsored training program this fall to equip pastors and seminarians with the knowledge they need to not only provide appropriate help to victims of domestic violence, but also be able to spread awareness of it and help prevent further cases.
An interfaith prayer forum for the Asian American community will be taking place in Las Vegas on the morning of the Asian Pacific Islander (API) Presidential Town Hall on August 12.
A new Barna study has compiled a list of most generous cities in America, which adds to an earlier list published earlier this year of the most Bible-minded cities, preceded by lists of churchless cities and post-Christian cities released in 2015.
An open forum on the benefits that Korean Americans can receive from the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health will be taking place on Thursday (July 28) at Mijoo Peace Church.