Felix Ngole was expelled for his anti-gay views
April 27th, 2017

Sheffield University has been recognized as one of top 100 colleges in the world, but now the college is making headlines for the wrong reasons. Controversy erupted last year after university officials expelled a Christian student for his views on … Continue reading

Coptic Christians beheaded by ISIS in Libya
April 26th, 2017

A group of Christian scholars decided to study how Christian communities around the world react to religious oppression, and their findings may surprise you. Continue reading

April 24th, 2017

It’s a bad time to be a Jehovah’s Witness in Russia. The Russian Supreme Court has just upheld a law that effectively bans the faith nationwide. The ruling classifies Jehovah’s Witnesses as an “extremist group” that is a “threat to … Continue reading

A lesbian couple chosen to be co-pastors at Calvary Baptist Church in Washington D.C.
April 13th, 2017

A historic Washington D.C. church has taken a gigantic step by appointing its first lesbian couple to partner-lead the congregation. Although many denominations are trending toward more tolerant beliefs, there has been no shortage of criticism for the decision to put a same-sex couple on the pulpit. Continue reading

A man being detained by an ICE agent
April 10th, 2017

Few things spark more heated debate these days than the topic of immigration. On both sides of the matter, emotions run high and beliefs are deeply ingrained. But there is another aspect to this argument, one that is often glossed … Continue reading

LGBT teens are at a much higher risk of suicide.
February 23rd, 2017

An astonishing 29% of LGBT teens attempted suicide in the past year, compared to just 6% of heterosexual teens. However, a new study links the legalization of gay marriage to a marked decrease in suicide attempts among this vulnerable group. Continue reading

A sign that says no Muslim parking
January 13th, 2017

January 16th is Religious Freedom Day, the birthday of religious freedom in the United States. We’ve come a long way since Thomas Jefferson penned his famous statute, but by some indications we have a long ways to go. Continue reading

A man being deported from the U.S.
January 6th, 2017

There are 11 million immigrants residing in the U.S. illegally. With the future of immigration policy uncertain, churches are taking things into their own hands by offering sanctuary to those at risk of deportation. Is this the right thing to do? What is your stance on immigration? Continue reading

Transgender worshipers in Pakistan.
December 2nd, 2016

Back on November 20, churches all around the United States held services to mark Transgender Day of Remembrance, a national event honoring transgender victims of violence worldwide – of which there are many. At a gathering in New Hampshire, 107 … Continue reading

A domestic violence victim with her hand to her lips.
October 20th, 2016

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and organizations around the country are holding events to highlight the issue. Those showing support include many churches and religious groups. Although nobody doubts they have good intentions, their efforts are undermined by claims … Continue reading