Boise Leaders Consider Resolution

On Tuesday, July 19, the Boise City Council is considering a resolution that says the city will not be shifting more law enforcement resources for the purpose of prosecuting abortion providers.

Bans in Four States Go Into Effect

Florida’s 15-week abortion ban is now in effect after a court order blocking its enforcement was put on hold this week while Attorney General Ashley Moody swiftly appealed it.

Supreme Court Upholds Religious Rights, Vindicates Football Coach Fired for Praying

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 on Monday morning in favor of a Washington state high school football coach who was fired from his job for silently praying on the field after games.

Cancel Culture Attacks Community Prayer Vigil; Ruling Appealed

Last week, and just before the celebration of our nation’s Declaration of Independence, the American Center for Law and Justice filed our opening brief on behalf of the city of Ocala, Florida, in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to preserve our first freedom: religious liberty.

Upward Dating App Debuts Sermon Series for Faith-Filled Singles

Upward, the newest dating app from Match Group for young Christian singles, has officially launched their Sermon Series on the Upward Blog. Welcoming all denominations, over the last year, Upward has created a nationwide community for Gen Z and Millennial Christian believers to meet and find faith-based relationships deeply rooted in shared values and beliefs. To further expand their offerings and be a true resource for young Christians, Upward has collaborated with notable pastors from across the country to produce exclusive sermons on hot button subject matters that Gen Z & Millennial Christians face in today’s world.

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Major Abortion Case Implicating Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court today announced that it will hear its first abortion case since the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett. The case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, involves a Mississippi law that prohibits elective abortions after 15 weeks. A lower court enjoined or blocked implementation of the law shortly after it was enacted in 2018.

Group Announces New Children’s Book on Adoption

Indiana Right to Life is excited to announce the publication of “So Many Special Families,” a children’s book on adoption by national author and Indiana resident Korynn Freels. “So Many Special Families” is about the gift of adoption. It explores different children from three unique adoption scenarios: infant domestic adoption, foster care adoption, and international adoption.

Organization Addresses Vaccine Questions Among Evangelicals

In light of a new Pew Research study showing White Evangelicals are the least likely demographic to get the COVID-19 vaccination followed by Black Protestants, Redeeming Babel created Christians and the Vaccine, a resource with trustworthy and reliable information to address the most common spiritual questions about the vaccines.

Operation Rescue Requests Investigation into ‘Abortion Pill’ Complications

Operation Rescue has requested a full investigation into what appears to be a failure by Ohio abortion facilities to accurately report complications experienced by women who took the abortion pill — not only in 2020, but going back several years.

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