White House Petition Focuses on Parental Rights

A new petition at WhiteHouse.gov would call on President Trump to urge Congress to take up a Parental Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Sam Rodriguez’s Film ‘Breakthrough’ About Modern-Day Resurrection Wins at Dove Awards

Breakthrough, the 20th Century Fox film about the true life story of the resurrection of John Smith, has won Inspirational Film of the Year at the 50th GMA Dove Awards.

Atheists Attack Tennessee’s Day of Prayer as ‘Inappropriate’

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee enraged atheists when he invited the entire state of Tennessee to join him for a day of prayer on Thursday, Oct. 10.

Family Research Council Releases ‘Born-Alive’ Map

Family Research Council today released a first-of-its-kind set of maps showing the strength of born-alive abortion survivor protection laws and the legal status of late term abortion in every state. Protections for born-alive abortion survivors became a national conversation when New York and Illinois walked back their protections earlier this year, removing existing protections for infants born alive during failed abortion attempts.

Michigan Decision Overturned: Religious Liberty Advocates Rally

Federal courts overturned Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s decision against the St. Vincent Catholic Charities adoption agency in Michigan last week citing “a targeted attack on a sincerely held religious belief.” Religious Liberty advocates in the state are relieved at the court’s decision. A Rally will be held at the state capitol in response to these events.

Kanye West Quits Secular Music, Will Only Create Gospel Music From Now On

Rapper and producer Kanye West says he’s done with secular music and will only create gospel music from now on, according to reports.

Rally for Religious Liberty to Counter Governor and Attorney General

In the summer of 2018, the Michigan Civil Rights Commission-a collective of five appointees-sidestepped the Michigan Legislature and issued an Interpretive Statement regarding the usage of the word “sex” in Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act of 1976. In the statement, the Commission announced it would be expanding the meaning of the word to include “gender identity” and “sexual orientation.” At the request of the Legislature, the Attorney General at the time, Bill Schuette, responded to the overreach, denouncing the action as unlawful and mandating that the Commission retract to within the boundaries of its office. The Commission responded, saying it would stay the course as noted in its Interpretive Statement.

Actress on the Brink of Suicide—Then an Incredible Moment Saved Her Life

Actress Andrea Logan White was once on the brink of suicide, but a chance encounter with a stranger changed her life and set her on course to start a relationship with God.

Cashier Told to Stop Praying for Customers; Nearly 100 Show Up to Defend Her

Nearly 100 people showed up to a vigil Wednesday night, August 25, in support of “Ms. Barbara,” an Ingles cashier who was told to stop praying for customers.

Employment Cases Go to Supreme Court

Liberty Counsel filed two amicus briefs in support of employers in three Supreme Court cases regarding whether federal anti-discrimination laws should apply to “sexual orientation” and “gender identity.” The High Court will hear the cases on October 8, 2019.

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