The last time Republicans debated in Simi Valley California at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, participants included then-candidate Donald Trump. He won't be on the debate stage this time around, and he's also one of the main reasons the GOP is no longer considered the party of Reagan.
On the outside, author and minister Max Lucado had it all together. He was part of a thriving church, had top-selling books in the hands of people all over the country, and was designated the "Best Preacher in America." But Lucado recently opened up about how he secretly drank alcohol to deal with the stress and pressure of ministry.
A Dallas, Texas church hosted a group of drag queens Sunday in order to "bless" them and to respond to a state law that would make sexually-oriented performances in front of children a criminal offense. The church then went a step further, pledging allegiance to the LGBT agenda while praying aloud, "We pledge to be allies to the drag community."
God is continuing to move mightily on college campuses across the country, with one of the latest campuses to experience revival being Auburn University in Alabama. Recently, a Christian event inside Auburn's Neville Arena led to roughly 200 students spontaneously being baptized in a nearby lake afterward.
A teenage Chick-fil-A worker in Newnan, Georgia is being called a "hero" after she saved the life of a three-year-old girl who was choking on a coin.
Thousands of parents in cities across Canada participated in the "1 Million March for Children" Wednesday with the goal of protecting their children from LGBTQ indoctrination and sexualization in public schools.
The daughter and son-in-law of Hillsong Church founder Brian Houston announced that they are in the beginning stages of starting a brand new church in Sydney, Australia.
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With one former president charged with multiple federal crimes, the current president's son under indictment, and that same president facing a House impeachment inquiry, the U.S. Attorney General faced a lot of tough questions on Capitol Hill Wednesday.
The migrants flooding into the U.S. are part of an unbroken chain stretching all the way to South America. The impact of thousands of people making the trek north is taking a huge toll on the communities they pass through.
Biden to Grant Legal Status to Nearly 500,000 Migrants as Democrat Officials Warn, 'No End in Sight'
After growing pressure to do more on the country's immigration crisis President Biden is finally taking action. But it's not action to stop the ongoing stream of migrants over the border. Instead, the White House is granting temporary legal status to an estimated 472,000 Venezuelans who arrived in the country as of July 31, making it easier for them to get to work in the US.