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Abundant Life Church, Jackson County settle lawsuit over COVID-19 restrictions

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Abundant Life Church in Lee’s Summit and Jackson County have reached a settlement in a lawsuit over COVID-19 restrictions. The county will pay the church $146,750 and agree that any future health ...

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U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear case over Christian flag

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The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether city officials in Boston can reject a request to fly a Christian flag at city hall. In a miscellaneous orders list, the court granted a ...

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What successful people with disabilities can teach us about victimhood

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Take a second or two to think about successful people with disabilities. How many names from the fields of politics, sports, music, business, science or from movies – dead or alive – ...

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Judge blocks Biden restaurant stimulus based on sexual preference, race

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A federal judge has prevented the Biden administration from handing out stimulus restaurant grants based on gender, race, and sexual orientation. The funds were part of a multi-billion dollar COVID-19 restaurant relief ...

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Franklin Graham wins religious freedom lawsuit in Britain

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Franklin Graham has won a major lawsuit in Britain that has implications for religious freedom and free speech. A court ruled that the Blackpool Borough Council and Blackpool Transport Services discriminated against ...

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Court rules university officials personally accountable for religious discrimination

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has ruled in favor of a Christian club that was kicked off campus by officials at the University of Iowa. The story began ...

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Rick Warren on Covid lessons for churches

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The COVID pandemic has exposed a flaw in many U.S. churches, Pastor Rick Warren says. “Most churches only have one purpose — worship,” Warren told “Relevant” magazine. “And if you take worship ...

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Blind woman wins right to share Gospel after being banned from park

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A blind woman has won the right to share the Gospel in a public park. Gail Blair, 63, was banned from a public park in Westerly, Rhode Island this past summer. The ...

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Missouri parents want schools to stop blocking their online access

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Many families continue to evaluate their options as the new school year approaches. Earlier this week, several Missouri parents and the National Center for Public School Options testified before the state Joint ...

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Ted Cruz asks US military to stop attacks on faith

Concerns about a culture of discrimination and hostility toward faith in the US Military have led Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to demand an explanation from Defense Secretary Mark Esper. He sent the ...

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Supreme Court protects religious freedom from Obamacare contraceptive mandate

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In another win for the Trump administration and religious liberty advocates, the Supreme Court today ruled 7-2 that the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause exempts religious organizations from employment discrimination lawsuits. It also ...

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Just Mercy’ and the pursuit of real justice

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Just Mercy is based on a book of the same name written by the Bryan Stevenson, a legal advocate who’s spent the better part of three decades crusading for the rights and ...

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President Trump redirects part of WHO funding to Samaritan’s Purse

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Samaritan’s Purse will receive part of the money originally earmarked for the World Health Organization. President Donald Trump halted funding to the WHO earlier this month after arguing that the U.N. body ...

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Students talk to President about religious discrimination

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While it was virtually ignored in the news this week, students, teachers, coaches and religious freedom activists with diverse faith backgrounds visited the White House to talk about religious discrimination and intimidation. ...

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Why Christian women are the most persecuted group in the world

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“Christian women are the most persecuted group in the world.” The first time I heard that statement, I was sitting safely at church in Washington, D.C. David Curry, the president of Open ...

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Gov’t to investigate Connecticut school that abolished girls-only sports

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The federal government announced late this week it will investigate a Connecticut school district which abolished girls-only sports. The allegations of discrimination against the district were filed by three Connecticut teenage girl ...

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Ousted Miss Michigan: ‘harder to come out as conservative’

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Just a week after Kathy Zhu was stripped of her Miss Michigan crown, she talking about how hard it is to be a conservative these days. “It’s harder to come out as ...

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British library bans singing Bible stories to kids

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Volunteers from a church-run playgroup in the United Kingdom have been banned from a library for singing Bible stories to kids. The Noah’s Ark group would come to the town library in ...

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Washington ignores Supreme Court, will punish florist

The case of a Washington State florist who was fined for refusing to make a floral arrangement for a gay wedding in 2013 could go back to the US Supreme Court. On ...

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Is San Antonio hiding incriminating emails in Chick-fil-A case?

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A lawsuit has been filed against San Antonio after they have refused to release documents regarding their treatment of Chick-fil-A. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed the lawsuit to make them comply ...

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Department of Transportation investigates bans on Chick-fil-A

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The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced on Friday that it will investigate whether two airports violated federal law or transportation regulations by denying a contract to Chick-fil-A on religious grounds. “The ...

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Facebook censorship reaches into the White House

The White House Director of Social Media, Dan Scavino, Jr., announced on Monday that Facebook blocked him from replying to posts. Scavino was temporarily blocked “from making public comments,” according to a ...

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Taco Bell employee fired for refusing deaf customer

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One employee has been fired and the rest are scheduled for retraining after a worker at an Ohio Taco Bell refused to serve a hearing-impaired customer. Brandon Washburn, who is hearing impaired, ...

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Airbnb reverses ban on Jews after backlash

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Airbnb is reversing a decision they made last month after entering the political fray of the Middle East and falling flat. Facing a growing boycott movement and possible lawsuits in the U.S. ...

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Texas city ordinance would restrict who churches hire

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Churches in Austin, Texas may soon be forced to hire staff and pastors that do not agree with central Biblical teachings on marriage and homosexuality if a city ordinance is implemented. The city says ...

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