How This Hit Young TV Star Keeps His Faith in Hollywood

Atticus Shaffer, star of ABC’s “The Middle,” a popular sitcom that went off the air earlier this year after a nine-year run, is an outspoken Christian who has openly shared his perspective on faith, Hollywood and the harrowing journey he has faced overcoming the side effects of osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle-bone disease.

Liberty Counsel Seeks to Stop Tax-Payer Funded Fetal Tissue Purchasing

National and state pro-life leaders sent a letter this week to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar urging the government to end the taxpayer-funded use of aborted fetal tissue for research.

California Assembly Bill Now on Hold

The following is submitted by Anne Paulk Executive Director and Board Member of Restored Hope Network:

400 Years of Racial Injustice: What the Church Needs to Do

On August 25, 2018, over 20,000 people came to Stone Mountain, the largest Confederate monument in the country, as part of the OneRace movement for racial healing and unity.

Most Americans Think That It is ‘Illegal’ to Pray in School

For more than 50 years, Americans have been confused about the issue of prayer in school and students’ rights to pray in school. Congress never passed any law prohibiting prayer or the free exercise of religion as stated in our U.S. Constitution / First Amendment. … “Congress shall make no law establishing a religion or denying the FREE EXERCISE THEREOF.”

Christians: Take God to Work

Despite mounting pressures for Christians to keep quiet about their faith, a new book by Pastor Steve Reynolds and David L. Winters recommend just the opposite. “At this point in our nation’s history, every institution needs strong leadership to survive and thrive,” Winters said. “There are many forces seeking to tear down authority and keep faith out of the marketplace. Christianity and the Bible are all about showing leadership under fire.”

Faith Groups Challenged to Overcome World’s HIV Complacency

Every two years, the International AIDS Conference provides scientists with a venue to announce new discoveries in how HIV is diagnosed and treated. This year, the 23-27 July conference, held in Amsterdam, was no exception.

Facebook Censors Washington Picture, USA Motto

On Sunday, Pastor Steven Andrew posted to Facebook a popular picture of George Washington praying at Valley Forge and wrote, “The USA’s National Motto is ‘In God We Trust’.” Facebook censored the first president and the national motto, showing the post to only 280 people in 19 hours (7/16/18 10:50 am PST). Andrew has a Facebook audience of 467,714 people liking his page and 456,153 following him.

New Christian Internet ‘Will Help Overturn Roe v. Wade’

A new pro-Christian internet is being built in Silicon Valley that allows pro-lifers and conservatives to speak freely without censorship. This project consists of USA.Life social network and search engine. Steven Andrew, the founder, believes these new sites will “help overturn Roe v. Wade since the pro-life message of love will no longer be blocked” and “hearts will be changed with the truth.”

Trump Picks Judge Brett Kavanaugh for U.S. Supreme Court

President Donald J. Trump has nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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