Life Issues

FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 file photo, East Los Angeles high school students protest against the election of President-elect Donald Trump outside Los Angeles City Hall. Mixed signals from the White House on gay rights and conscience protections have put two constituencies on edge: LGBT advocates already wary of President Donald Trump and religious conservatives determined to hold him to his campaign promises. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

Conservative Christian organizations are getting impatient with Trump

by DAVID CRARY and RACHEL ZOLL, | AP National Writers
Published on February 17, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Mixed signals from the White House on gay rights and religious exemptions have put two constituencies on edge: LGBT advocates already… READ MORE
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Rick Warren on gay marriage: ‘The Church must not cave in’

by Carey Lodge
Published on November 20, 2014

“Marriage can only be between a man and a woman,” Rick Warren told an audience at the Vatican yesterday. Speaking before Pope Francis’ Humanum conference… READ MORE
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Gay Couple Files Complaint Against Denomination with Pastor’s Approval

by Daniel James Devine
Published on November 18, 2014

Two homosexuals who attend a United Methodist Church (UMC) in Winston-Salem, N.C., have lodged a complaint with Methodist officials against their pastor for not marrying… READ MORE

Pastor Would Rather Go to Jail than Obey State Mandate to Provide Abortion Coverage

by Carrie Dedrick  |  published on November 14, 2014
A pastor in California says that he would choose jail time over providing church employees with abortion coverage in their health insurance. Pastor Jack Hibbs is strongly opposed to the state mandate which requires all employers to cover abortion procedures in employee health plans. Christian Today reports that the pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills has now joined forces with… READ MORE

Oklahoma Pro-Life Laws on Hold Pending Court Challenges

by Courtney Crandell  |  published on November 11, 2014
Oklahoma’s Supreme Court blocked two pro-life laws Nov. 4 while lawsuits challenging their constitutionality make their way through lower courts. Both laws took effect Nov. 1. One required adherence to Food and Drug Administration guidelines when administering the abortifacient RU-486. A district court in Oklahoma had recently decided to allow the law to take effect. The other law required that… READ MORE
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Christian Aid distributes emergency food aid to quarantined homes in Ebola ‘hotspots’ to prevent starvation

by ACNS
Published on October 28, 2014
Christian Aid is delivering emergency food and hygiene kits this week to some of the most vulnerable families under quarantine in two of Sierra Leone’s… READ MORE
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Walgreens Fires Pharmacist for Refusing to Violate His Religious Beliefs

by Thomas More Society
Published on February 12, 2014

Nashville, TN – Yesterday, the Thomas More Society, a Chicago-based public interest law firm, together with Brentwood, Tennessee, attorney Larry Crain, of Crain, Schuette &… READ MORE
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Do ultrasounds save lives? New study claims ‘no.’ Pro-life experts says ‘yes…but it’s complicated’

by JOHN JALSEVAC, LifeSiteNews.com
Published on January 10, 2014

Abortion supporters are pointing to a new study as evidence that laws mandating that abortionists show abortion-minded mothers ultrasound images of their babies do not… READ MORE