Chris Pratt Under Fire for Being “Homophobic White Christian Supremacist” After Twitter ‘Game’ Goes Horribly Awry
(Faithit) On Saturday night, TV writer Amy Berg staged a little game on the social media platform. Featuring a quadrant with pictures of Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Chris Pine, and Chris Pratt, Berg…
First Grade Teacher Evacuates Virtual Classroom As Student is Sexually Assaulted During Online Class
(ForEveryMom) An 18-year-old has been arrested in Chicago after sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl during her remote learning class on Thursday.
(LifeSite News) ‘Addiction is a disease of despair and there’s a lot more despair lately in terms of unemployment and the isolation,’ said the Franklin County coroner.
(Yahoo Sports) That day, Cunningham says, “I asked Christ into my life.”
(Newsweek) “I will flat-out just change the law. Eliminate those executive orders.”
(Los Angeles Times) Each selected family will receive at least a few hundred dollars on a recurring basis, as well as tools that will help them access financial guidance.
(South China Morning Post) Hao’s lawyer says conviction could set a precedent in using financial irregularities to persecute other house church leaders.
(CBN News) President Trump and Joe Biden both went on offense Sunday, with each campaigning in states they are trying to flip on Election Day.
(Christian Headlines) A new faith-based movie spotlights the divide over abortion in the U.S. by examining a legal battle not at the U.S. Supreme Court but in a courthouse in Baltimore, Md.
(The Christian Post) Wikipedia has decided to restrict its editors from expressing opposition to same-sex marriage on its platform.
(Relevant) To date, Convoy of Hope has handed over 125 million meals and counting since the COVID-19 pandemic came to the U.S.
(AP) France’s prime minister joined demonstrators on Sunday who rallied together across the country in tribute to a history teacher who was beheaded near Paris after discussing caricatures of Islam’…
(ChurchLeaders) The church gave away $50 gift cards to encourage its members to have political conversations over dinner with people who have different views than they do.