“Spy Kids” Actress Alexa PenaVega joined Sadie Robertson Huff on her “Whoa That’s Good” podcast to share how God worked on her life when she was suffering from an eating disorder. Youth For Christ has programs focused on sharing biblical fatherhood with juvenile offenders who had never had a father figure to look up to in the celebration of Father’s Day.
African Child Brides May Increase to 45 Million: Here’s How the Church Helped One Girl to Avoid Early Marriage
45 million more girls will become child brides in sub-Saharan Africa in the next decade if there will be no urgency in ending the practice, UNICEF report warns. Christian population can completely die down due to deliberate persecution and displacement strategies, a newly released report warns. Singer Tasha Layton, who is now one of contemporary Christian music's fastest-rising female artists, experimented with Buddhism and tried other religions all because she was hurt by the church, but in the end, was led back to Jesus. Congregation of Alabama Church remembered the “unconditional love” shown by the three shooting victims, encouraging everyone to heal together. Disciples of Christ Pastor William Barber II said his illness and his faith drive him more to fight for medical health care that all people deserve. A pastor in India claimed the police assaulted him after being reported worshipping in a relative’s house and threatened not to file a complaint or his life would be jeopardized. Chronic illness has made Disciples of Christ Pastor Rev. William Barber II grounded and inspired in pursuing his fight for the poor out of his faith in God. Disney's $200-million-film "Lightyear" was banned in Muslim countries for including a same-sex kissing scene amidst its release in theaters last June 17. The FBI has asked the public to come forward with any information on the sspects behind the attacks on several pro-life pregnancy centers. A man in Alabama who struggled with addiction for 30 years credits God for helping him through his struggles and is now sharing that good news.
Christian Worker Fired For Wearing Cross Wins Religious Discrimination Lawsuit, Granted $26,000 In Damages
A factory employee in Scotland who was fired after he refused to take off his crucifix necklace has won over $26,000 in a religious discrimination lawsuit. MyPillow Chief Executive Officer Mike Lindell took to social media on Wednesday out of his frustration for being canceled by Walmart in their stores. The NHS has reportedly been ordered by the UK government to use the word "woman" or "women" instead of wokespeak phrases such as "people with ovaries."