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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Pastor Brian Houston, the lead pastor of the global multisite Hillsong Church who was charged last month with allegedly concealing sex abuse committed by his father decades earlier, has said he is stepping down from his role on various church boards so that they can continue to “function to their fullest capacity.”

In his new book, Grace Bible Theological Seminary Provost and Research Professor Owen Strachan seeks to save the American church from the “slithery hiss“ of critical race theory he believes is a threat to Christians.

Following criticism, the Federal Aviation Administration has announced that it will allow Fox News to fly a drone in the airspace above Del Rio International Bridge in Texas, exempting the news outlet from temporary flight restrictions. 

In a controversial case concerning the use of puberty blockers for children who are confused about their gender, the British Court of Appeal ruled Friday that doctors can prescribe such experimental drugs without parental consent.

The inspiring true story of American football quarterback Kurt Warner is the first faith and family Lionsgate film to earn a coveted Christmas Day release — indicating God is "opening doors" in film, director Andy Erwin has said.

A federal judge has rejected the Biden administration’s emergency request to block a Texas abortion law, marking the latest setback for abortion advocates seeking to overturn the pro-life measure.

In between these questions, we must lovingly listen to their response. Because if we are only thinking about winning an argument or what we will say next, then we won't reflect Christ in our conversations, and that is the most critical part in all of this. We must walk with them and seek to understand the truth not as adversaries but as friends. This is how we tear down spiritual strongholds. Not by our arguments or ideas, but by reflecting Christ in all the small moments.