National

People Blocked by Facebook Find USA.Life

USA.Life, the most popular Christian social network, helps “Christians and churches persecuted by Facebook find safety and hope,” said USA.Life CEO Steven Andrew. He understands firsthand about the censorship happening. Facebook blocked 5 million people per month from Andrew’s popular, inspirational Christian and patriotic posts, before blocking Andrew completely. In response, Andrew started USA.Life so Christians, churches, and all who love America have a place where they and their loved ones are safe. USA.Life provides an “open door to freely share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” USA.Life is seeing record growth and everyone gets a free account. “It is no longer possible to effectively share the Gospel of Jesus […]

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D. James Kennedy Ministries Releases Statement on High Court Employment Discrimination Case

Dr. Frank Wright, CEO and President of D. James Kennedy Ministries in Fort Lauderdale, released this statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Title VII employment discrimination case—”Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia”—released June 15, 2020. In an open assault on the rule of law and the role of America’s elected legislators, six members of the U.S. Supreme Court redefined the plain meaning of the word “sex” to reach a bizarre, unfounded and dangerous conclusion in its employment discrimination ruling. These unaccountable justices usurped the people’s elected representatives and switched out the dictionary definition of sex (as used in Title […]

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‘The Return:’ A Movement for Thousands to Pray for Repentance on The Washington Mall, Sept. 26

Jonathan Cahn, Dr. James Dobson, Pat Robertson, Ann Graham Lotz, Alveda King, Kevin Jessip and Many More Join for ‘The Day of Return’—a National and Global Day of Prayer and Repentance NEW YORK—Many people around the nation believe that America has been given a critical window of opportunity to repent and return to God. To that end, thousands will gather on the Washington Mall to participate in a movement called “The Return,” set for Sept. 26, 2020, in Washington, D.C., to pray for the sake of our nation and its people.   Jonathan Cahn, New York Times best-selling author of “The Harbinger,” “The Paradigm,” “The Book of Mysteries” […]

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International day commemorating victims of religious persecution to be observed for first time

 The “International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief” will be observed for the first time Thursday. The United Nations created the day in May 2019, and experts consider it a welcome step towards the prevention of religious persecution in the future. “All people have the right to peacefully live out their faith, and we can never forget those who have faced persecution for doing so,” said ADF International Director of Advocacy for Global Religious Freedom Kelsey Zorzi, who is also president of the NGO Committee on Freedom of Religion or Belief at the […]

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Billy Graham Rapid Response Team Chaplains Respond to Mass Shootings

Chaplains on the Move! Teams of crisis-trained chaplains with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (RRT) are on their way to El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, following a pair of shootings over the weekend. News reports say 20 people have died and 26 others were injured in El Paso. In Dayton, an additional nine people were killed and 26 people were hurt. RRT chaplains at both sites will work alongside government officials, churches, first responders and with the community at large to provide emotional and spiritual care. “This is such a difficult time for both of these cities,” said Jack Munday, international […]

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Twins Rescued Mid-Abortion After Brave Mama Changed Her Mind

“Alexis” was stunned. She was about six weeks pregnant, undergoing an ultrasound at Charlotte, North Carolina’s busiest abortion facility, A Preferred Women’s Health Center, when the ultrasound technician nonchalantly uttered a word that would change her entire course: “Oh—twins.” Alexis wasn’t shown the ultrasound, but the impact of those words was enough. She’d always wanted twins. As her mind tried to sort through her emotions and this new piece of information, she was given the first drug in the chemical abortion regimen and handed the second to take within 48 hours. She was still in a daze as she left […]

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America Now Has a Cool Infrastructure for Revival?

  Can you name two common practices of nearly all Americans that could facilitate the spread of a monumental revival in this nation? Historically speaking, revivals and mass awakenings follow long seasons of moral and spiritual decline.  Good news! America is prepped for a historic revival in more ways than one. We are certainly in the throes of a moral and spiritual decline. #1.  A “voice” In times past, Americans had the opportunity to “voice” their opinion through something called a vote. We still have this wonderful right or “voice” but it is now heard multiple times a day rather […]

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Pro-Life Campaigns Celebrate Lives Saved

Three local 40 Days for Life campaigns joined March 2 to celebrate the mid-point of the life-saving initiative, observed Feb. 14 to March 25 in 47 nations. But the gathering for food and fellowship had more to rejoice over than just hitting the halfway mark of the 40-day period of prayer and fasting, community outreach and peaceful vigil for an end to abortion. The same day of the celebration, three women chose life outside the abortion facility where Tom Walker leads the Fort Lauderdale campaign. Two of the mothers chose life for their children because of a simple sign that […]

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National Day of Prayer Calls Americans to Unity

“Cultural darkness is everywhere. Hopelessness abounds. Divisiveness is touching every segment of American life,” notes Dr. Ronny Floyd, president of the National Day of Prayer and Senior Pastor of Cross Church in Arkansas. That’s why he is urging everyone across our nation to gather together to pray for unity on the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3rd, 2018. History of the National Day of Prayer This annual event , inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation, is a vital part of our heritage, going back to 1775 when the Continental Congress asked the colonies to […]

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Church United Hosted A Community Prayer Vigil for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Speaking as one voice, representatives of Church United, hosted a community prayer vigil for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Thursday, February 15. Students, friends and family gathered on the lawn at Parkridge Church located just one mile from the scene of the horrific shooting that took the lives of 14 students and three adults so abruptly and left our community in mourning. Parkridge Church originally met at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when it was founded in 1992 and Pastor Eddie Bevel, its founder, said many of their church families have students who attend the local school. Church United […]

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