Korean American Family Services Launches Third Annual Campaign to Provide New Backpacks and School Supplies
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) is running its backpack campaign once again this year, making it the third summer that the non-profit has gathered donations and support to provide new backpacks and school supplies for foster children who face financial difficulties.
Barna Study: Majority of Americans Think Cohabitation is Good Idea, Opinion Divided Among Religious and Non-Religious Groups
A new research by Barna Institute studied Americans’ perceptions on cohabitation, and its acceptance within different groups.
Three men and two women were killed in an abandoned building that was consumed by a blaze deliberately caused by a homeless man Monday night.
A new study reveals that a significant majority of children in UK were exposed to online pornography by the time they reach the age of 16.
Some 80 Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Christians in various sectors gathered at Washington, D.C. for Korean Churches for Community Development (KCCD)’s ninth annual Lighting the Community Summit from June 6 to 8 at the Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University.
Korean Americans Explore Faith and Ethnic Identity in Parental Relationships Through Writing and Arts Contest
Hyo Sarang Mission, which has focused on challenging children, teens, and young adults to integrate their faith with their Korean American identity, held its annual writing and arts competition during the month of May, and the awards ceremony took place on June 11 at Fullerton Presbyterian Church. 70 award recipients attended.
After attending prom with her girlfriend, a 17-year-old girl named Sarah was sent to a Christian camp in East Texas by her parents in an attempt to ‘pray away the gay,’.
Seven year old boy who attends Desert Rose Elementary school has been reprimanded by a Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff in Palmdale for distributing Bible verses to other students, condoning that it could be viewed as “offensive” to a classmate.
"What is this, Aqil?" Gesele McGlothin-Muhammad asks her youngest son, pointing to the letter 'A' on a pamphlet. "A," Aqil responds immediately. Aqil is a 1-year-old baby.
As the current local funding that maintains Los Angeles County's parks is about to expire, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has set out to secure funding for the future.
A new Barna Group study says that moral absolutes are being replaced with a confused morality which is not rooted in right or wrong, but swaying with changing norms and perceptions of society.
New Covenant Academy, a Christian private school in Los Angeles, will be opening a 100 percent online program for middle and high school students for children of missionaries or pastors residing outside of Southern California. The school was founded 18 years ago with a Christian worldview, and since then, has sent numerous graduates to Ivy League and other prestigious schools.
East Liverpool High School's Graduating Class Responds to the Removal of the Lord's Prayer Tradition
In Ohio, East Liverpool High School’s class of 2016 unanimously chooses to stand up against a district’s decision to permanently take out the Lord’s Prayer from their graduation ceremony.
Genetic Risk of Breast Cancer Can be Significantly Lowered By Maintaining Healthy Lifestyle, Study Says
Women with family history of breast cancer or common gene variants linked to the disease can cut their risk of developing it if they maintain a healthy lifestyle, an extensive study published in JAMA oncology reported.
At 7:35 a.m. on Friday, a fire burned down a former Ruby Diner’s building located on the Seal Beach Pier, just southeast of Los Angeles. Along with the powerful ocean wind, strong water cannons were blasted to extinguish the scorching flame.