(Morning Star News) Suspected Fulani herdsmen have demanded 30 million naira (US$73,600) for the release of a Pentecostal church pastor they kidnapped in southwestern Nigeria on Monday night (May 10).
Gene Simmons Defends Tim Tebow, Slams His Critics in Viral Tweet: “Shame on the NFL & Rest of the World”
(Faithit) Gene Simmons, lead singer and bassist for rock band Kiss, is once again coming to the defense of Tim Tebow, calling out the former football player’s critics on Twitter.
(TechSpot) Unsurprisingly, Google’s Gmail app tops the list of apps collecting PII, with Facebook’s app running a close third.
(Showbiz CheatSheet) Faith is a big part of Ree’s life. She says she attends church regularly and takes time to read her Bible.
(CBN News) Police in Brooklyn, New York are investigating a possible hate crime after someone toppled a statue of Jesus and burned an American flag outside of a Catholic church.
(AP) The Israeli military unleashed another heavy wave of airstrikes Monday on the Gaza Strip, saying it destroyed militant tunnels and the homes of nine Hamas commanders.
(RNS) A dispute over a proposed change to a 1990s-era federal law has landed one of the nation’s largest evangelical adoption agencies in the middle of the “woke” wars.
(RNS) “I adopted crying as a daily spiritual practice, spending a few minutes of each day in tears.”
(ChurchLeaders) Following last week’s announcement from the CDC, many major retailers have loosened safety requirements. However, they are asking people to follow an honor system.
(Staff) Bestselling Christian author Ann Voskamp spent 12 hours scary hours in the ER over the weekend for an unknown bacterial infection.
(ChurchLeaders) The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear a Mississippi abortion case that could set the Court up to challenge its previous landmark decisions.
(ChurchLeaders) The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities has joined the defendants in a class-action lawsuit brought by 33 current and former LGBTQ students at Christian universities.
(Staff) Ten-year-old Tanitoluwa Adewumi, a homeless Christian refugee was recently crowned America’s newest national Chess Master after winning the Fairfield County Chess Club Championship tournamen…