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First transgender bishop in U.S. forced to resign over racist actions

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The first transgender bishop in the United States resigned this week over racist behavior. Megan Rohrer, a bishop in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, was accused of vulgar racism after firing ...

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Candidates expect 2022 to be Year of the Republican Women

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This fall’s elections may be a repeat of the Year of the Republican Woman. Thirty-two Republican women won election to Congress in 2020, surpassing the record of 30 Republican women set in ...

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Spanish-language ad campaign targets pro-abortion Democratic senators

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Another group is targeting pro-abortion Catholic politicians in this fall’s midterm elections. CatholicVote is launching a digital ad campaign urging Hispanic voters to challenge pro-abortion Catholic senators in Arizona and Nevada over ...

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Defying the experts and media, percentage of Americans identifying as ‘Evangelical’ rises

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As sociologists and pollsters continue to study the interaction of faith and politics, a new poll is turning heads. More white Americans identified as born again or evangelical during the Trump administration, ...

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Family Research Council launches website to track taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood

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The Family Research Council has launched a new tracking website called “America’s Direct Deposit to Planned Parenthood” that shows taxpayer funding and abortion data since 1994. This new analysis combines information from ...

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Jaci Velasquez and Evan Craft join ‘My Faith Votes’ effort

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With the election just weeks away, Christian contemporary music artists Jaci Velasquez and Evan Craft have partnered with My Faith Votes to motivate Hispanic communities to vote. Velasquez, who performed at the ...

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Bipartisan network of Christian groups launches police reform initiative

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A network of more than a dozen Christian groups is launching an initiative to address police reform. The Prayer & Action Justice Initiative — bringing together Black, Hispanic and Asian organizations along with groups ...

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Pew Poll: 80% of Americans say media favors one political side

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A recent Pew poll found that almost sixty percent of Americans believe news organizations “don’t understand people like them” and eighty percent believe the media are biased. “Overall, 59 percent of Americans ...

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“Violence is not the answer,” T.D. Jakes and Carl Lentz discuss racism

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Bishop T.D. Jakes joined Carl Lentz, lead pastor of Hillsong Church in New York City, for a powerful online discussion about the violent protests over the death of George Floyd. Lentz said ...

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Poll: Evangelical support for President Trump remains high

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White evangelical Christians continue to be among the biggest supporters of President Trump, according to a poll conducted last week. Overall, approval ratings have returned to previous levels before the coronavirus outbreak. ...

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Strong economy ends 2019 with the labor market leading the way

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There’s not a record that the economy has not broken in 2019. From low black unemployment to rising wages within the labor market, the economy is finishing the year in stronger shape ...

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Pentecostal pastor in New York challenging Ocasio-Cortez for House seat

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Although the 2020 presidential race dominates the headlines, it’s not the only race being contested next year. Every House seat in the 435 member chamber is being contested. A Hispanic pastor and ...

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Historic local Spanish-speaking church placed on Missouri endangered building list

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The faith history of Kansas City was shaped not only by people and events but also by places. One of those places, La Gloria de Dios Iglesia Cristiana on Avenida Cesar Chavez ...

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Prejudice against Blacks, Hispanics has actually dropped under Trump

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Of all the reasons critics offer for President Donald Trump’s impeachment, the one suggested by Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) is among the most ridiculous. Green argues that Trump’s alleged prejudice serves as ...

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Latino Evangelical leader’s immigration fix

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The president of the nation’s largest Latino evangelical organization says an immigration deal is possible in the new Congress – in part because of his working relationship with President Trump and House ...

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