Actor and popular Baldwin brother Stephen Baldwin says that after many years in acting he finally performed his first spirit-filled performance in the new film, “Heaven, How I Got Here: A Night With the Thief on the Cross.” In the powerful one-man performance of the thief on the cross, Baldwin acts out the unique filmed stage adaptation of a deeply moving narrative based on Pastor Colin Smith’s book, Heaven, How I Got Here: The Story of the Thief on the Cross. The 60-minute film, now titled “Heaven, How I Got Here: A Night With the Thief on the Cross,”...Read More
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A police station in Wisconsin has removed a “Police Officer’s Prayer” display after the nation’s largest secular legal organization filed a complaint that argued the display makes non-Christians feel like “outsiders in their own community.” The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation, which advocates for a strict enforcement of separation of church and state, has announced that the Onalaska Police Department has complied with its demands that it remove the prayer display from the wall of a public room in a local police station. The display read: “Lord, I ask you to be with me in a very special way...Read More
Thousands of believers gathered on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Sunday. Captial Church in Leesburg, Va held the special sunrise service in Washington D.C. and close to 1,700 people joined to worship, pray, and hear a sermon from the church’s founder, Pastor Amos Dodge. “19 centuries, now we push into 20, have come and gone and he is the central figure of the human race,” he shared during his message. “All the armies that have ever marched. All the navies that have ever sailed. All the parliaments that have ever...Read More
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – The Alabama Senate has voted to allow a church to form its own police force. Lawmakers on Tuesday voted 24-4 to allow Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham to establish a law enforcement department. The church says it needs its own police officers to keep its school as well as its more than 4,000 person congregation safe. Critics of the bill argue that a police department that reports to church officials could be used to cover up crimes. The state has given a few private universities the authority to have a police force, but never a...Read More
The nation’s leading secularist legal organization is pressuring the University of Mississippi to ban its head football coach, Hugh Freeze, from using his Twitter account to write about his Christian faith and God. The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation sent a letter to the school’s chancellor, Jeffrey Vitter, last week asking him to take action to ensure that Freeze and his coaching staff do not use their official social media pages to promote religion. FFRF attorney Sam Grover argued in the letter that it is a violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution...Read More
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