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'An Unjust Arrest!' Street Preacher in PA Arrested While Trying to Quote Bible Verse at Pride Rally

Damon Atkins strolled up to Reading, Pennsylvania’s “first ever” pride rally wielding a sign, a Bible and his faith. Less than one minute after joining a smattering of other Christians expressing their views, Atkins found himself getting hauled off in cuffs and charged with criminal disorderly conduct.

'The Chosen' Creator Addresses Pride Flag Flap After Accepting K-Love Fan Award

The faith-based hit series "The Chosen" won its second K-LOVE Fan Award Saturday for its powerful depiction of Jesus feeding the 5,000, but the big moment came in the middle of a controversy. The day after receiving the award, the series' director and creator addressed the online debate about a gay pride flag spotted in a promotional video, saying the production company does not "have a religious or political litmus test."

Missionaries Report Muslims Meeting Jesus in Dreams 'in Levels We Have Never Seen in 1,400 Years!'

Two Assembly of God missionaries are sharing multiple first-hand testimonies of Muslims coming to the Christian faith after encountering Jesus Christ in their dreams.

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Devon Franklin Shares Inspiring True Story in Eva Longoria's 'Flamin' Hot' Directorial Debut

"Flamin' Hot" is the first film ever to hit two streaming services at the same time. It's the story of Richard Montanez, the Frito-Lay janitor who became the creator of the global success -- the Flamin' Hot Cheetos. 

NBA Star Who Refused to Kneel During Anthem Creates Clothing Line to Rep 'Values of Faith in Christ'

An NBA star who went viral for refusing to kneel during the National Anthem or wear Black Live Matters attire is set to release a new clothing line focused on stellar sports apparel and celebrating freedom.

Southern Poverty Law Center Adds Parent's Right Groups to 'Hate and Extremism' Report

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has named nearly a dozen groups that advocate for parent's rights in public education as "extremist" "hate" groups. Now, they sit alongside the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis for wanting to be involved in their children's education.