ISIS Kills 80 Christians in Democratic Republic of Congo

ISIS has claimed responsibility for recent attacks in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that resulted in the death of more than 80 Christians and the closure of several churches in the nation.

Judge Re-Opens Steps of the U.S. Capitol to Free Speech Activities

“The People’s House” has been returned back to the people.

Kentucky Clerk Kim Begins March to Supreme Court

Liberty Counsel filed a notice of appeal with the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of former Rowan County Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis.

California Teacher Fired for her Religious Beliefs Settles with California School District

On May 13, the Jurupa Unified School District Board approved a settlement agreement between Jessica Tapia and the Jurupa Unified School District to settle her lawsuit for $360,000.

China Aid Association Releases Annual Persecution Report

Since 2006, ChinaAid released annual reports covering the CCP’s oppression and persecution of Chinese Christians.

Title IX Suit Against Faith-Based Colleges Dismissed

The U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon ruled in favor of faith-based colleges and dismissed the lawsuit brought by current and former LGBTQ students who argued that Title IX, the civil rights statute that prevents discrimination on the basis of sex, allows religious schools to discriminate against them.

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