Hope Hicks was the author of President Donald Trump’s heavily mocked list of talking points that he held during a meeting with school shooting survivors.
The former White House communications director’s handwriting matches “the same bubbly print” from the note card, New York Magazine reported on Sunday.
An evangelical judge who has refused to marry same-sex couples was handed down a three-year suspension without pay Thursday by the Oregon Supreme Court, the longest suspension in the court’s history.
Judge Vance Day, who was found to have broken several gun laws, and in 2014 refused to marry same-sex couples, will have 14 days to file a petition for the state Supreme Court to reconsider its decision.
One of the main charges that Day was found guilty of concerned granting a gun to a felon who was on probation while Day served as judge at a special court for veterans.
While most Christian colleges in the United States have been predominantly white institutions, there is an ongoing movement within Christian higher education to diversify student and faculty bodies to ensure that the diversity in God’s Kingdom is reflected in His schools.
More than eight out of 10 students (82.2 percent) who attended schools affiliated with the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities in 1999 were white. But today, the white students on the nearly 140 campuses affiliated with the CCCU in the United States only account for about six out of every 10 students (62.2 percent in 2016).
CIA Director Mike Pompeo, nominated by President Donald Trump to succeed fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, is making waves for a number of speeches he’s made in the past, exalting Jesus Christ and warning about radical Islam.
Pompeo, an evangelical Christian who attends Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Wichita, Kansas, where he served as a deacon and taught Sunday school classes, also formally served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Kansas’ 4th congressional district.
The faith-based film “I Can Only Imagine” brought in $17.1 million at the domestic box office during its opening weekend, going far beyond early expectations and ranking third, behind “Tomb Raider” and “Black Panther.”
Based on the true-story of Christian artist Bart Millard’s life, the family drama opened at 1,629 locations in the United States and received an A+ CinemaScore with an audience that was 67 percent female and 80 percent over 35.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments tomorrow for National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra, one of four cases brought by crisis pregnancy centers challenging a California law as a violation of the First Amendment. Argument inside the Court will begin at 10 a.m. EST and last for one hour.
Liberty Counsel previously filed an amicus brief in this case representing crisis pregnancy center clients, which is one of the four cases before the High Court.
The Supreme Court will review the California Reproductive FACT Act, which compels pro-life crisis pregnancy centers to post notices in their physical clinics, printed material, and online regarding the availability of free and low-cost abortions. The Court agreed to review the NIFLA case on the question of whether the disclosures required by the California Reproductive FACT Act violate the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment.
Endtime Ministries’ Irvin Baxter says moving the embassy to Jerusalem may be the only obstacle to preventing globalism.
Since 1995, an acting president has signed a waiver 44 times to prevent the move, fearing it endangers national security.
“They’re afraid of the enemies of Jerusalem,” Jim Bakker says.