Rafael Cruz, preacher and father to Sen. Ted Cruz, said it's high time that Christians rally to take back the nation from atheists and progressives, but to take heart — God is still in charge.
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By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times
The Colorado Supreme Court threw out a legal challenge to the governor's honorary Day of Prayer proclamations Monday, ruling that members of an anti-religion group lacked standing to bring the lawsuit. Published November 24, 2014
No one group of Christians or non-Christians has eminent domain on Thanksgiving.
Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran has been suspended without pay for one month and must undergo sensitivity training for authoring a Christian book in 2013 that described homosexuality as a "sexual perversion."
On a very memorable Sunday, Pastor Laura Truax surprised her congregation with a bold announcement: She was about to hand out money to everyone.
Chicago's new archbishop apologized to parishioners at a West Side church where children were sexually abused by a priest, saying his heart breaks for those injured by the "horrible things" that happened.
A prominent evangelical Christian leader has launched an effort to recruit 1,000 pastors willing to run for political office, hoping to inject issues and candidates of faith into the 2016 election.
Boko Haram's expansion has meant murders, forced conversion, and forcible expulsion from homes, causing Catholics in Nigeria to pray and to reach out to help and console the militant Islamist group’s victims.
A Maryland county is offering churches a way out of a state tax that charges them for paved surfaces on their properties: preach on environmentalism instead.
A Planet Fitness in Deltona, Florida, asked a 70-year-old man to remove his pro-life shirt or leave when an offended customer complained about its message.
The vice president of the U.S. bishops conference has said that charitable immigration reform must address the needs of both legal and illegal immigrants, encouraging the latter to come forward and receive help.
Decrying the lack of "transparency" about abortion coverage in health care plans, pro-life groups are asking consumers to visit a new, privately operated website to see which insurance plans cover abortion, which do not, and which are "unknown" on the issue.
Giving thanks will be a little costlier this year, but - and here's something you can be truly thankful for - it probably won't empty your wallet.
A federal appeals court said Thursday that it won't reconsider its earlier ruling that a 2012 Mississippi abortion law is unconstitutional.
Arkansas Supreme Court justices questioned Thursday whether banning gay marriage is constitutional just because voters approved it a decade ago, even if the restriction conflicts with rights outlined in the state's constitution.
Holiday shoppers worried about inadvertently supporting left-wing causes when buying that turkey or computer game, take heart: There's an app for that.
Graco baby product manufacturer recalled almost 5 million of its strollers on Thursday following 11 complaints that infant riders suffered finger injuries from the fold-lock hinges — including six that said the babies' fingertips were amputated.
A bid to maintain South Carolina's man-woman marriage law ended Thursday when the Supreme Court declined to continue a stay blocking same-sex nuptials.
Chuck Norris fears the country is heading down "a slippery slope" after a Maryland school district decided to wipe its calendar clean of all religious holidays.
In response to evidence that hundreds of taxpayer-subsidized health care plans under Obamacare include abortion coverage, pro-life groups are using a Capitol Hill press briefing Thursday to launch a new website aimed at making clear which plans will pay for the procedure.
Holiday movies used to portray families as a refuge from life's problems. These days, families in holiday movies are more of a scapegoat for dysfunction. Have the movies changed, or have we?
The state has spent more than $103,000 to defend a lawsuit that overturned Alaska's ban on same-sex marriage, and it would spend more than triple that amount if it has to pay plaintiffs' legal costs.
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