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Montana's governor has called for a halt in the resettlement of refugees from Afghanistan after an evacuee was charged with rape.
An advocacy group held a protest outside the National School Boards Association in response to the organization’s characterization of parents expressing concern about sexually charged curriculum and other controversial actions taken by school districts as “domestic terrorists.”
More than half of female clergy in the Presbyterian Church USA have reported experiencing discrimination on the basis of gender, according to a recently released survey.
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it has issued the first-ever U.S. passport for citizens who identify as nonbinary or intersex, using the “X” gender marker instead of “M” for male or “F” for female.
Robin Jackson, wife of Pastor Charles B. Jackson Sr., who leads Brookland Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, called First Lady Jill Biden, "a true friend" just over a week after Biden revealed her as the prayer partner who helped restore her faith in God after the death of her stepson, Beau Biden, from brain cancer in 2015.
The March for Life, the large annual gathering of pro-life activists in the nation’s capital, revealed that the theme for its 49th march next year is “equality begins in the womb.”
Five former attorneys general of Virginia are calling on the state’s current attorney general to investigate the Loudoun County School Board over its handling of the sexual assaults of two female students in the district’s high schools at the hands of a trans-identified male.
Human creativity stops crises, not elite edicts
Jean Pierre Ferrer Michel, a 79-year-old American pastor who was kidnapped by the 400 Mawozo gang two weeks before 17 mostly American missionaries were abducted by the group earlier this month, has been freed after $550,000 was reportedly paid for his release.
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary has voted to honor one of its most visible alumni, notable author and pastor Charles Stanley, with an endowed chair in their evangelism school.
Congressmen demand AG Garland retract memo calling on FBI to investigate parents, school board threats
Republicans in the House of Representatives have urged U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to rescind a memorandum directing the FBI to investigate parents and alleged threats against school board members and teachers.
Some 15% of black and evangelical pastors have walked away from the profession in the last decade and their top reason for doing so is a “change in calling” followed by church conflict. And for many of those who remain, the job often feels overwhelming, a new survey from Lifeway Research shows.