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Texas DOT Orders Ten Commandments Sign to be Removed from Private Property

HEMPHILL, Texas – The Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) is ordering that a Ten Commandments sign posted on private property near a state highway be removed. Jeannette Golden of Hemphill, Texas purchased the 6 x 12-foot sign from the organization God’s Ten last summer and posted it on her property just off Highway 21. However, […]

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Teen Whose Father Was Slain by Islamists for Refusing to Deny Christ Denied U.S. Visa

WASHINGTON – A Christian teenager from Nigeria who was denied a visa to the United States ‘multiple times’ is sharing her story of strength in the midst of persecution after her father was murdered by the Muslim terrorist group Boko Haram for refusing to deny his faith in Christ. Deborah Peters, 15, spoke on Tuesday during a panel […]

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Evangelist Jailed After Preaching the Gospel at Public Train Station Found Not Guilty

WEST WINDSOR, N.J. — An evangelist in New Jersey was found not guilty of defiant trespassing this week for preaching the gospel at a public train station. As previously reported, Robert Parker has been preaching at the Princeton Junction train station in West Windsor for the past five years, which is a part of the New Jersey Transit […]

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County Cuts Contract With Stericycle After Aborted Babies Burned for Electricity

BROOKS, Ore. — Officials in an Oregon county have canceled their contract with the internationally-recognized medical waste Stericycle  following reports that an area power plant has been burning aborted babies in their incinerators to generate electricity. As previously reported, the Marion County Board of Commissioners called an emergency meeting last month to review the issue and […]

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Controversy Erupts After Student Asked to Leave Church Prom Over Dress, Behavior

RICHMOND, Va. – A 17-year-old homeschool graduate has generated an online firestorm after she condemned the organizers of a local prom for reprimanding her suggestive prom dress. Clare Schlaudt is a homeschool student from Chesterfield, Virginia, who participated in the Richmond Homeschool Prom last Saturday. The prom was held at a local Methodist church building, […]

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Pennsylvania ‘In God We Trust’ Bill Revised to Allow, Not Require Schools to Post Motto

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A bill that would have required Pennsylvania schools to post the motto ‘In God We Trust’ has been altered in the legislature to encourage schools to display the phrase, but not mandate its posting. As previously reported, Rep. Rick Saccone (R-Allegheny County) has been known in Pennsylvania for sponsoring bills surrounding the […]

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Maryland Judge Lifts Ban on Prayers in Jesus’ Name Following Supreme Court Ruling

CARROLL COUNTY, Md. – A federal judge in Maryland has lifted a ban on prayers in Jesus’ name during Carroll County Commissioner’s meetings following a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court declaring such invocations lawful. As previously reported, U.S. District Court Judge William D. Quarles, Jr., who was appointed to the bench by then-President […]

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ACLU Urges South Dakota School District to Rescind Approval of Bible Distribution

SOUIX FALLS, S.D. – The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of South Dakota is urging a local school district to rescind its approval of a Bible distribution to fifth graders. The Miller School District voted unanimously last week to allow Gideon International to distribute pocket New Testaments to students in the area. However, the ACLU […]

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Student Group Cancels Satanic ‘Black Mass’ at Harvard Following Outrage

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A student group at Harvard University has canceled a reenactment of an ancient Satanic ritual on campus following outrage and protests from religious groups. As previously reported, Harvard Extension Cultural Studies Club had agreed to allow the New York-based Satanic Temple to perform the Black Mass on Monday during its meeting at Queen’s Head […]

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16-Year-Old Christian Teen Graduates High School, College in Same Week

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – A sixteen-year-old Christian Florida teen is making headlines after she graduated high school and college in the same week. Grace Bush of Hollywood recently received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with a 3.8 GPA, one week before she graduated from high school. She now plans to pursue her master’s degree and […]

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