Brad Greenberg at the Jewish Journal says Donald Wildmon of the American Family Association had a major blooper on his website.
Month – June 2008
Lexington, Kentucky Methodists were headed for church camp when the collision occurred in Dothan, Alabama.
Presbyterian assembly votes to drop gay clergy ban By ERIC GORSKI The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), bitterly divided over sexuality and the Bible, set up another confrontation Friday over its ban on ordaining non-celibate gays and lesbians. The denomination’s General Assembly, meeting in San Jose, Calif., voted 54 percent to 46 percent Friday to drop the […]
Statement on the Global Anglican Future, backed by the Anglican church’s key conservative factions, declares: “do not accept that Anglican identity is determined necessarily through recognition by the archbishop of Canterbury.” NEW YORK (AP) — Conservatives from the world’s largest Anglican provinces who are angered by liberal thinking in churches in North America and elsewhere […]
An extraordinary story out from James Carroll of the Louisville Courier-Journal.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kelly Oliver or June 27, 2008 Megan Franko Anglican Churches Win on Constitutional Grounds Va. Court Upholds Constitutionality of Virginia Division Statute to End Episcopal Attempt to Seize Control Over Church Property By the Anglican District of Virginia FAIRFAX, Va. (June 27, 2008) – The 11 churches sued by The Episcopal […]
If you haven’t heard about surfing sensation Bethany Hamilton she’s got quite a story. The Kauai teenager, who just graduated from high school, lost an arm in a shark attack. She now shares her story, and her faith, around the world. I saw a video, “Heart of a Soul Surfer” about Hamilton’s life. It’s amazing.
Read this post and the one below and you may notice a couple of trends. 1.) God is mentioned a lot after bear, gator and grizzly attacks. 2.) NBC’s Today Show is spending a whole lot of time covering wild animal attacks.
Florida man loses limb after being attacked by a 11-foot-long alligator. Credits God with saving his life.
By AOMAR OUALI The Associated Press ALGIERS, Algeria — Two men who converted from Islam to Christianity went on trial Wednesday on charges that they illegally promoted the Christian faith in Algeria.