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Pakistan professor Junaid Hafeez convicted for blasphemy laws over Facebook remarks about Muhammad
Rev Nancy Mercurio kicks off Tampa’s Franciscan Center’s Speaker Series Rachael Prescott recounts abortionists pressuring her to kill her Down Syndrome twins How ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ almost didn’t happen
Egypt cracks down on free speech, raids news site Mada Masr over Christian persecution coverage
Appeals court stalls efforts to shut down Christian adoption center, New Hope Family Services New York Judge Paul Engelmayer rules freedom of conscience protections for medical staff is unconstitutional HHS adds adoption and foster care protections for faith based group from LGBT attacks, lawsuits
Minnesota Rep Ilhan Omar ‘trivializes’ 9/11 terrorist attacks, says she and CAIR could ‘care less’ about pro-Israel protesters
Louis Farrakhan tweets his anti-Semitic belief in Jesus ‘to bring about the end of the civilization of the Jews’ Adam Milstein vows to continue speaking out against Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and CAIR President Trump announces US recognition of Israel sovereignty over Golan Heights
Pope Francis compares homophobic and anti-Semitic politicians to Hitler
Catholic Priest Arinze Madu abducted in Nigeria, released after church pays ransom Bishop of Aleppo Antoine Audo says mission in Syria is ‘attention to the poor’ serving people During Hong Kong Protests Chinese officials target Catholics, ‘unofficial’ churches
Massachusetts abortion bill would allow abortion any time and eliminates parental consent
Democrat Dan Lipinski vows to ‘protest the most vulnerable,’ confirming role in March For Life Rachael Prescott recounts abortionists pressuring her to kill her Down Syndrome twins Heartbeat International fights North Dakota abortion rules set to silence pro-life voices
Pakistan professor Junaid Hafeez convicted for blasphemy laws over Facebook remarks about Muhammad
Turkey removes soccer flags because they contains symbols of a cross Boko Haram kidnaps six girls, two Christian school workers Wajih-ul-Hassan acquitted from Pakistan blasphemy charges after 18 years in prison
Jeremy Camp biopic ‘I Still Believe’ set for March 20
Mandisa releases ‘Way Maker’ ahead of 2020 tour with Newsboys MercyMe Tour 2020 Tour dates announced, with Jeremy Camp, David Leonard TobyMac wins Dove Award for Contemporary Christian Artist of the Year
Indian Pastor Mukam Kiraad Charged with Illegally Practicing Medicine, can get three years in prison
China sentences Pastor Wang Yi to 9 years in prison for ‘subversion of state power’ and ‘illegal business’ Pakistan: Christian teen, Huma, kidnapped in Karachi, police refuse to investigate Abdul Jabar Egypt cracks down on free speech, raids news site Mada Masr over Christian persecution coverage
Bishop of Aleppo Antoine Audo says mission in Syria is ‘attention to the poor’ serving people
Bishop Faulkner Embarks On Using Charity To Bless Others Tampa’s Franciscan Center working to promote well living, calling for public involvement Tampa same-sex counseling ban challenged by Robert Vazzo, New Hearts Outreach
Overcomer sets Digital and Blu-Ray release dates
‘Run the Race’ sets Blu-ray, DVD, Digital release dates Sight & Sound Theatre’s ‘Noah’ set for cinemas for three showings New ‘Patterns of Evidence’ documentary heads to theaters to examine Moses, authorship of the Bible
More criminal charges against David Daleiden dropped, AG seeks to block defense from talking to press
SCOTUS asked to review Chicago’s abortion clinic ‘bubble zone’ blocking pro-life protests Thomas More Society defends New York pro-lifers, street protests against attorney general, ‘obstruction’ Thomas More Society’s Thomas Olp supports Trump administration’s stance on gender as ‘innately tied to one’s biological sex’
Heartbeat International fights North Dakota abortion rules set to silence pro-life voices
Appeals court stalls efforts to shut down Christian adoption center, New Hope Family Services Pastor Solomon of Uttar Pradesh harassed on social media, seeks police help dealing with trolls Grant Strobl, Jacob Chludzinski and ThinkRight Strategies sues Ann Arbor over free speech laws, political speech