The Des Moines Register does not want to see the Johnson Amendment lifted which muzzles many churches and pastors from speaking out politically at church.
Watch Jason Jones of Movie to Movement and Meagan Weber of And Then There Were None share their pro-life testimony at the Iowa Prayer for Life program.
Shane Vander Hart considers how Christians should respond to President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order impacting our refugee program.
The Alliance for Fair Coverage of Life Issues calls on ABC, CBS, & NBC to cover tomorrow’s March for Life and adopt guidelines when covering the life issue.
Terry Schilling of American Principles Project offers a challenge to the media: cover the March for Life like they did the Women’s March on Washington.
Mike Farris, founder and chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, was named the new President and CEO for Alliance Defending Freedom.
A federal district court protected the rights of families and their doctors to make medical decisions for their child free from government interference.
In anticipation for 2017 Caffeinated Thoughts counts down the ten most shared articles on social media we published in 2016.
A lesbian pastor elected to be a United Methodist bishop, growing Evangelical seminaries and shrinking Oldline Protestant church staff made news in 2016.
Faith McDonnell: Twin terrorist attacks in Istanbul, Turkey and Cairo, Egypt this weekend highlight the fragile situation in the eastern Mediterranean nations.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Organizations claiming to operate under the name of Christ are under the same standards as individual Christians.
David Young: As you go forth this holiday season, shop smartly and safely, and keep your pocketbooks and personal information out of the hands of criminals.
David Young: It is our responsibility to look out for veterans, to support them, and ensure we live up to the promises we’ve made to them when come home.
Shane Vander Hart: Evangelicals need a course correction after 2016 when polls showed many evangelicals changed their beliefs to accommodate a candidate.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Let’s realize that power within government lies in the hands of the common people, as long as we are willing to hold on to it.
After a British Columbia Court of Appeals decision Trinity Western University is able to operate in accordance with its faith without fear of losing its accreditation.