Last Tuesday’s state elections brought considerable good news for pro-life and pro-family citizens of Missouri.
A week from tomorrow, our country will decide which leader will direct the course of our nation for the next four years.
Two weeks from tomorrow, our country will decide which leader will direct the course of our nation for the next four years.
Three weeks from tomorrow Missouri voters will decide who will represent them in the United States Senate for the next six years alongside Senator Claire McCaskill.
Every four years, the major political parties adopt a detailed statement outlining their views on the major public policy issues of the day.
During every major national or state election, pastors and churches are confronted with questions regarding their freedom in discussing candidates and issues on the ballot.
Focus on the Family is urging students across the nation to participate in the annual “Bring Your Bible to School Day” on Thursday, October 6th.
Two Iowa churches are taking their state civil rights commission to federal court over guidelines that could place a gag order on the church’s teachings about sexual morality.
A member of the U.S. Marine Corps who was court-martialed for posting Bible verses in her personal workspace will be appealing her bad conduct discharge to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal judge has blocked the mandate of the Obama Administration that local public schools must allow students to use the restrooms, locker rooms, and shower rooms of the opposite sex.