Monthly Archives: June 2010

Barring the Use of the Bible …in America?

Lord, help Your people to not shrink back, instead keep contending until there is victory! BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho public charter school that unsuccessfully sued the state for barring use of the Bible as a historical text in … Continue reading

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Remove “In The Year Of Our Lord” ?

NEW HAVEN — All it took was one complaint for the school district to make a small but significant change to diplomas that will be handed out at graduations this week. For the first time in as long as anyone … Continue reading

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4 Christians Arrested for Sharing Their Faith – Watch Now!

ANN ARBOR, MI – In what some have described as police enforcement of Sharia law at the annual Dearborn Arab International Festival, last Friday night Dearborn Police Officers arrested four Christian missionaries and illegally confiscated their video cameras which were … Continue reading

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FFRF objects to Michigan county praying in Jesus’ name

The Madison, Wis.-based Freedom From Religion Foundation on June 21 urged the Otsego County Board of Commissioners (Gaylord, Mich.) to end its practice of sectarian prayers to Jesus at official meetings. The Foundation, which has more than 16,000 members nationwide … Continue reading

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Official stops Wayne Rooney from sharing too much about his faith

By: Brian Hutt Friday, 18 June 2010, 20:58 (IST) Font Scale:A A A Wayne Rooney was reportedly interrupted by a World Cup official whilst discussing aspects of his Catholic faith. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, England striker Rooney was … Continue reading

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Pastors Rights Restored

A federal appeals court has granted an emergency motion to allow a pastor to distribute Christian literature to Muslims in Dearborn, Michigan. Pastor George Saeg immigrated to the United States from Sudan — but according to senior attorney Robert Muise … Continue reading

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Feeding Homeless in Violation of Zoning?

PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix church has reached a deal with the city that ends a pending federal court battle over the church’s pancake breakfast service. Some neighbors of the CrossRoads United Methodist Church complained that by feeding homeless and … Continue reading

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