“In God We Trust”: National Motto Displays Make a Comeback in Texas Schools

A recent law has taken effect in Texas, thanks to the state's Republicans. The law mandates the U.S. national motto "In God We Trust" to be displayed in any and every school where a private citizen or group donates said display to the school. Now a group of Republican women in the state, as well... Continue Reading →

ACLJ’s Sekulows: US Supreme Court Backing Funds for Religious Schools Elevates First Amendment

Jay and Jordan Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) give a five-minute synopsis of the major US Supreme Court decision released today. The lawsuit originated with parents in Maine who sought to fund their children's educations to private religious schools using the state's school voucher funds. Maine blocked them from using... Continue Reading →

Graduate Files Lawsuit Against University In Illinois After Being Targeted For Christian Beliefs

During her final semester which ended in May, graduate student Maggie DeJong became the target of liberal officials and classmates at her school for not complying with their leftist worldview. Now that she has graduated and is seeking employment, she has filed a lawsuit against the school for the hardship they put her through. DeJong,... Continue Reading →

School Trustee in British Columbia Battles Gender Ideology in Public Schools

School trustee Barry Neufeld is a public school trustee in Chilliwack, B.C. and has served in that capacity for five years. A Mennonite who is descended from Russians who fled the Communist takeover, Neufeld has been battling the cancel culture from the moment parents elected him to the office. He made it clear while he... Continue Reading →

“Not today, Satan,” says Pennsylvania school board to the idea of After School Satan Club

The Northern York County School District board in York County, Pennsylvania, has denied the request of the Satanic Temple to host an After School Satan Club at Northern Elementary School. The two-hour meeting on the night of April 19 drew hundreds of attendees. The board voted 8-1 against the proposal made by a local mother... Continue Reading →

Good Godly Religion Often Pays Off in Academic Achievements

Ilana Horwitz, an assistant professor at Tulane University, recently released a book that notes her findings in a study of students that she did. When she examined the students' lifestyles, Horwitz discovered that "young people who pray and attend church regularly, see religion as very important and believe in God with absolute certainty are more... Continue Reading →

Christian Groups Win Settlement Against University of Iowa

Four years after filing a discrimination lawsuit in federal court against the University of Iowa, Business Leaders in Christ and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship will receive nearly $2 million in a settlement with the state. The lawsuits were filed after the evangelical groups were targeted by the university because they only allowed Christians to hold leadership... Continue Reading →

Young Earth Creationist Dan Biddle Debunks Human Evolution Theory

Livestreamed several hours ago, Dr. Dan Biddle of Genesis Apologetics ministry discusses irreducible complexity (every human part had to be in place all at the same time for human life to function) and other scientific concepts that act as witnesses to back up the Bible's truth about human creation. The first 13 minutes of the... Continue Reading →

It Pays to be Informed For The Sake of Your Health

Here are two interesting recent accounts of people having to deal with misinformed bureaucrats or misinformed medical personnel and how they were informed enough to stand up for themselves and others when it came to health matters regarding COVID hysteria. Take from these incidents what you will. If the videos don’t work in your application... Continue Reading →

Christian Parents Sue School District Re: Lessons Praising BLM, “White Fragility”

After months of trying to reason with school officials in the East Penn School District about a curriculum being taught to their kids, Maureen and Christopher Brophy felt they had no recourse left except to sue the school district in federal court this week. The trouble started when their kids objected to being taught lessons... Continue Reading →

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