In Canada, a wave of Christian churches are condemning the recently enacted Bill C-4, a law that criminalizes the act of providing, promoting or advertising conversion therapy. The legislation was unanimously passed by the 44th Parliament and was the first bill to do so. It took effect on January 8.
The United States Department of Justice reportedly admitted sending "commandos" to the Capitol on January 6, 2021 allegedly with a "shoot to kill" order on the crowd of former President Trump supporters.
A report claims that the U.S. government may be spreading false data and statistics for national security and "law enforcement" purposes owing to laws approved months before the first COVID-19 outbreak.
The World Council for Health, which describes itself as a "worldwide coalition of health-focused organizations and civil society groups that seek to broaden public health knowledge and sense-making through science and shared wisdom," has released a declaration demanding governments and organizations to put "an immediate stop" to the distribution of COVID vaccines all over the world.
The Omicron variant has caused alarm particularly in the U.S., where it is now said to account for most of the new recorded cases of COVID. But new research suggests that the highly transmissible variant is less likely to result in hospitalizations among those who get it as compared to previous variants.
When the U.S. was founded in 1776, Christmas was not celebrated the way it is today. In fact, historians found that some settlers who came to America brought the colonial Christmas debate over Christmas with them.
Three Christian ministries have filed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme court to block the Biden administration's COVID vaccine mandate for the private sector, which requires companies with at least 100 employees to require the jab or be subjected to weekly testing.
After deadly tornadoes leveled structures to the ground overnight last Friday, December 10, in Mayfield City, Kentucky, the First Baptist Church's cross was left standing as if to signify to residents that "God is with us," giving them hope to look beyond the tragedy.