Florida Enhances Civic Education Curricula

After Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed legislation that prohibits the teaching of critical race theory in Florida’s public school system, this week he signed into law three bills that will collectively strengthen civics literacy education in the state’s kindergarten through postsecondary public schools.

America’s Nonprofits Face ‘Severe Shortage’ of Fundraisers

A new report on America’s multi-billion-dollar nonprofit fundraising industry suggests it is on the brink of a staffing crisis that could affect millions of people.

Supreme Court to Hear Mississippi Abortion Case

The case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, is a challenge to a Mississippi law that prohibits nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.

Young People Learn Giving in Church

Young people learn philanthropy in religious settings, finds an analysis in the new empty tomb book, The State of Church Giving through 2018.

‘Day of Tears’ Resolution Sails Through Louisiana Senate

Senate Concurrent Resolution 38 (SCR 38), designating January 22, 2022 as the Day of Tears in Louisiana, passed the senate yesterday unanimously.

New Christian Social Media Platform: frankspeech.com

Mike Lindell is an inspiration, not just because he always has hope but because he is always careful to give God the glory and honor for everything.

Arkansas General Assembly Passes Bill Recognizing Day of Tears

The Arkansas General Assembly passed House Concurrent Resolution 1007 recognizing January 22 as the Day of Tears. This resolution calls for private citizens in Arkansas to lower their flags on January 22, in honor and remembrance of the over 61 million innocents who have lost their lives to abortion. Arkansas joins Alabama as the second state this year to pass a Day of Tears resolution.

The Church Is Essential: Supreme Court Lifts COVID Restrictions on California Churches

After a tumultuous legal battle, the house of God and the body of Christ in California can return to some semblance of normal meeting. The Supreme Court struck down California’s coronavirus public health mandates Monday that prohibit indoor worship services.

Long-Term Declines in Church Giving and Membership Can Be Addressed

Recent survey data from Gallup points to a decline in church membership in the U.S. For the first time in over eight decades of surveys, Gallup found church members were less than half of the U.S. population.

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