Samaritan’s Purse volunteers help victims in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura

Out-of-state volunteers have descended upon Louisana to tend to families in need in the wake of Hurricane Laura, with dozens serving with the evangelical nonprofit Samaritan’s Purse. The Christian Post…

Interest in divorce, particularly among newlyweds, soaring amid pandemic: Legal org

More couples, particularly newlyweds, have been seeking divorce agreements online amid the pandemic lockdowns, according to data collected by Legal Template, an organization with offices in Delaware and North Carolina…

US Marshals rescue 25 missing children in Ohio during ‘Operation Safety Net’

U.S. Marshals have located 25 missing children during the first three weeks of a new operation aimed at rescuing endangered minors throughout northern Ohio.  The Christian Post | RSS Read…

Louisiana pastor, 68, killed in sleep after tree struck his home during Hurricane Laura

Pastor James Cart Jr., leader of First Baptist Church in Iota, Louisiana, was among 18 people killed in the wake of Hurricane Laura last Thursday when a tree fell on…

Kenosha mayor seeks $30M in aid to rebuild businesses, property destroyed by riots

The mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin, is seeking $30 million from the state in order to help rebuild and repair businesses and other property destroyed by riots in the week following…

Liberty University launches investigation into ‘all facets’ of Jerry Falwell Jr. presidency

Liberty University has launched an independent investigation into the tenure of recently resigned president Jerry Falwell Jr., vowing to look into “all facets” of his presidency. The Christian Post |…

Roger Stone testifies how he gave his life to God after hitting ‘rock bottom’

Conservative political consultant and lobbyist Roger Stone, whose 40-month sentence in federal prison was commuted by President Donald Trump in July, testified how he turned his life over to God…

Prof. punished for not using trans pronouns slams assault on his free speech

A Christian professor at a southern Ohio university who was punished for refusing to address a male student as female has opened up about why his plight is an affront…

Catholic bishop refutes notion that ‘evangelization’ is a ‘cultural aggression’

Bishop Robert Barron of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles has defended the legacy of a Catholic saint whose statue was toppled earlier this year by social justice demonstrators…

94% of COVID-19 deaths had underlying health problems, 6% died of virus alone: CDC

Only 6% of coronavirus deaths in the United States mention COVID-19 as the only cause, while the remaining 94% of deaths with the virus had other “health conditions and contributing…