Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter Monday to the Bordentown Regional School District in Bordentown, N.J., after administrators decided to ban religious Christmas music during winter concert performances at elementary schools within the district. The letter explains the ban is both unnecessary and unconstitutional.
Gunmen on a motorcycle fired on Egyptian wedding guests outside a Coptic Christian church in a Cairo suburb on Sunday night, killing two people and wounding seven, security sources said.
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys and allied attorneys Wednesday filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit against two Oahu churches that are among five that two atheists have falsely accused of defrauding the government.
Todd Starnes did not think he had violated Facebook’s community standards when he posted about “wearing an NRA ball cap, eating a Chick-fil-A sandwich, reading a Paula Deen cookbook and sipping a 20-ounce sweet tea” and generally being politically incorrect.
Workers at Facebook thought otherwise, blocking the host of Fox News & Commentary for 12 hours before issuing an apology.
Christian Leader Calls for ‘Simultaneous’ Worldwide Prayer for the Release of Pastor Saeed from an Iranian Prison
WASHINGTON, Oct. 4, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney is calling for the faith community to stop and pray for several minutes, wherever they are in the world, for the release of Pastor Saeed and the persecuted church.
A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up outside a 130-year-old Anglican church in Pakistan after Sunday Mass, killing at least 78 people in the deadliest attack on Christians in the predominantly Muslim country.
Pastor Edward from Damascus paints a sad picture of the situation in the Syrian capital.
The Egyptian army’s crackdown on Mohamed Morsi’s Cairo supporters unleashed the largest attack on Egyptian Christians and Coptic houses of worship in the country’s modern history.
The Canadian province of Quebec won’t let public servants wear Muslim headscarves, Jewish skullcaps or other obvious religious symbols under a new charter unveiled on Tuesday that is designed to cement a secular society.
On May 14, in plain view of his wife and one daughter, suspected Boko Haram Islamic terrorist members gunned down Rev. Faye Pama Musa, General Overseer of the Rhema Assembly International Church and Secretary of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Borno state.
Five women have been beaten by a man in the Andhra Pradesh region of India while sharing about the love of Jesus in a public marketplace. Amazingly spared, they retreated to safety, thanking God for the honor of suffering for His sake.
Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) allied attorneys representing 10 Evansville area churches have filed a motion to intervene in an American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) lawsuit concerning the display of up to 31 temporary 6-foot-tall crosses at the Evansville riverfront being decorated by area churches to raise money for charity.
Great Britain–While on a public sidewalk in front of the Centre Court Complex during the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, an American preacher was arrested, fingerprinted, had DNA samples taken and then interrogated, after a woman out shopping called the police to complain that she was offended by what was being said.
Joshua High School officials didn’t just act like a school bully when they turned off a valedictorian’s speech after the speaker mentioned Jesus. They also violated Texas law and the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s second term as president of Iran is coming to an end. The Iranian constitution doesn’t allow him to run again for president, so one thing is certain: on Aug. 3, another man will be inaugurated as the new president.
The rescuers of Christian children taken captive by Islamic traffickers in Bangladesh are being accused of forcefully converting the children to Christianity.
The future of the central Assemblies of God church in Tehran hangs in the balance, following the arrest of one of its pastors last week.
California’s state senate on Wednesday approved legislation that would remove tax-exempt status from nonprofit organizations like the Boy Scouts of America for refusing to allow openly homosexual adults. Senate Bill 323 would revoke tax-exempt status from any nonprofit youth organization, including private schools, that refuses to hire or allow as leaders anyone whose sexual conducts goes against their beliefs.