Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
A firestorm erupted this week over an interview in which Republican presidential candidate Senator Marco Rubio said aloud what many of us, including Church leaders, have been thinking for quite a while – if the bullying tactics of gay activists are allowed to continue, this nation will soon be declaring Christianity as hate-speech.
Health experts are warning that the use of dating apps such as Tinder and Grindr are making it too easy to arrange casual and anonymous sexual encounters which is resulting in an alarming rise in sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Fox’s Family Guy, which is one of the most popular television shows for children ages 12 to 17, has descended into a regular pattern of making sexually violent jokes, 91 percent of which are about abusing children!
A new game is sweeping through the halls of teendom that involves the use of pencils which are used to communicate with the spirit of a child known as “Charlie”.
A Pakistani businessman is in the process of building a 14-story cross in the heart of Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, after getting the idea from a dream in which God told him: “I want you to do something different.”
Diners at Waffle House in Prattville, Alabama were brought to tears last weekend after watching a little boy pray with a homeless man.
Six years ago, the nation was captivated by the story of a young teen named Rifqa Bary who was forced to flee her family home in Ohio after converting from Islam to Christianity. Even though she still can’t reveal her whereabouts, her new book chronicles her journey from a life of fear into that of a happy Christian college student who is now free to love the God who set her free.