Religious Freedom and Human Rights Activists to Hold Prayer Vigil in Front of the White House

Activists will be asking President Trump to call for the immediate release of American Pastor Andrew Brunson from a Turkish prison.

Ex-NFL Cheerleader: I Faced Discrimination for Saving Myself for Marriage

Former Miami cheerleader Kristian Ann Ware says the Dolphins organization discriminated against her when she revealed she was a virgin and saving herself for marriage.

Nominee Stands for Life and Family

President Donald Trump announced this week that he nominated Mike Pompeo, former Kansas Congressman and Director of the CIA, to become the next Secretary of State. Pompeo is pro-life and a strong pro-family advocate.

Parents Who Tortured Their 13 Children, Shackled Them to Beds, Were Pentecostals

David and Louise Turpin, the couple on trial after their 13 children were found abused, some shackled to beds, were Pentecostals, David’s parents say.

Rodriguez Praises Chance for ‘God-Fearing Immigrant Families’ to Enter U.S.

National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference President Samuel Rodriguez sees the most recent immigration legislation as a hopeful step that would “spur Congress to act with urgency to pass comprehensive” reform on the issue.

Hero Proclaims Divine Intervention After Capturing 2 of America’s Most Wanted

Media and officers alike labeled Patrick Hale a hero after he succeeded in capturing two inmates on the run.  For Hale, though, it wasn’t an act of bravery as much as it was one of faith.

Devastating Church Bus Crash Leaves One Dead, Dozens Injured

An Alabama church bus crashed outside of Atlanta, killing one and injuring dozens, according to multiple news reports. The bus, from Mount Zion Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama, was taking high school students to the airport for a mission trip.

Prominent Pastor Caught in Prostitution Ring

A prominent Massachusetts pastor was arrested in a prostitution sting recently and charged with one count of soliciting a prostitute.

Terror Victim Ezra Schultz’s Mother Confronts the United Nations

The mother of Ezra Schwartz, an 18-year-old Massachusetts native killed in a Palestinian terror attack in 2015 during his gap year in Israel, spoke out at the United Nations Thursday against the Palestinian Authority’s payments to terrorists and their families.

If the U.S. Recognizes Jerusalem as the Israeli Capital, It Won’t be the First

If the U.S. ever gets around to recognizing Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel, it won’t have been the first nation to do so.

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