Internet giant Google has initiated a new policy requiring pro-life pregnancy centers and abortion clinics to get “clearance” before they can advertise through the search engine.
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God is not impressed by what you do for a living. And you should not be either. But what does matter to God is how you do what you do. God wants you to work from the heart.
Bethany Christian Services, which was sued for refusing to work with same-sex couples, announced that it will start placing children with LGBT families as part of a settlement with the state. The agency insists, however, that its beliefs have not changed.
Prominent Dallas pastor and businessman T.D. Jakes joined forces with AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson to encourage business leaders to hire formerly incarcerated people.
Facebook’s faith-based director illustrated how churches can leverage social media to grow the Kingdom of God and exhorted Christians to use their platforms to build followers of Jesus instead of simply growing their personal audience.
The LVMH Group which owns luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Givenchy and is led by France’s richest man, Bernard Arnault, pledged €200 million ($226 million) Tuesday to help rebuild the Notre Dame cathedral hours after a tragic fire ripped through the iconic church.
The Christian Post won two awards, including first place for online news, in the Evangelical Press Association’s annual contest.
Chick-fil-A banned from another airport for Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Salvation Army donations
Chick-fil-A was once again banned from an airport concession project over the popular fast food chicken chain’s support for groups that hold conservative views on homosexuality and same-sex marriage.