On November 30th, Canada-based journalist Rupa Subramanya testified in Washington, D.C. to the House Select Committee for “Weaponization of the Federal Government”. Rupa was one of four witnesses to testify to the committee, chaired by Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. A…Read More→
John Cooper Talks to ChurchLeaders About New Book, ‘Wimpy, Weak, and Woke,’ CCM, and the Silence of the Church
Skillet frontman John Cooper has received praise from Kirk Cameron, Eric Metaxas, Dr. Michael Brown, Frank Turek, and others for his new book “WIMPY WEAK AND WOKE – How Truth Can Save America from Utopian Destruction,” which released today (Nov. 14). Read more here.
On the Saturday morning of October 7th, the Hamas terrorists currently in control of the Gaza Strip launched operation “Al-Aqsa Storm,” breaking through the border into Israel with hundreds of gunmen on trucks, motorcycles, and paragliders, accompanied by thousands of…Read More→
A key tenet of democracy is the freedom of citizens to participate in the political process. The main purpose of such participation of course, is to influence the direction of government policy. People usually get involved to convince politicians and/or…Read More→
NEW YORK, August 25 (C-Fam) YouTube’s new medical misinformation policy will censor any video that runs against the guidelines of the World Health Organization on abortion. The policy specifically cites information about abortion among the examples of content it is targeting for…Read More→
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came under heavy criticism once again for his inclusive policies that allow biological men to compete in women’s sports after a trans powerlifter became the new champion on Sunday, August 13th, breaking two records in…Read More→
Months after winning at the U.S. Supreme Court, Joe Kennedy, a public high school assistant football coach in Washington state who was dismissed for praying on the field after games, has finally been reinstated. Read more here.
OTTAWA, ONTARIO: The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms is disappointed that the Supreme Court of Canada will not hear a further appeal of two Ontario churches who challenged the Ontario government’s violation of Charter-protected religious freedom through lockdowns measures. Read more here.
Do you remember what it was like to be banned from attending church services? For months, many countries forbade people from gathering for worship, prayer, communion, confession, or baptism. Church doors were closed either for everyone, or excluded the unmasked,…Read More→