A Conversation with Don Bentley
A decorated veteran of the War in Afghanistan, Don Bentley, shares his feelings as he has watched the evacuation unfold.
A Conversation with NC Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson
From concerned citizen to Lt. Gov in two years, Mark Robinson is blazing a new trail in North Carolina politics and standing for biblical values in all he does.
A Christian Response to the Equality Act
This is the fourth in a series of four articles on the Equality Act.
The Equality Act’s Attack on Women and Girls
This is the third in a series of four articles on the Equality Act.
Implications of the Equality Act for Christian Businesses and Nonprofits
This is the second in a series of four articles on the Equality Act.
How the Equality Act Impacts People of Faith
This the first in a series of four articles on the Equality Act.
A Conversation with Christian Baker, Jack Phillips
Our conversation goes beyond the inflammatory headlines and gives you a deeper and important look into Jack’s life, his legal battles, and why his case affects every American’s civil rights and religious freedom.
Being a Mother is not "Too Much"
The truth is, in 1972, before this generation of moms was even born, our society made a decision affecting hundreds of millions of parents and children. When abortion was legalized, we wrote it into law; women can choose if a child would be “too much.”
5 PRAYER PRIORITIES FOR THE NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER: 2021
On Thursday, May 6, The National Day of Prayer celebrates 70 years of prayer for America. Originally signed into law in 1952, the National Day of Prayer is a day set aside to pray for our nation.
A Prayer for America
Lord, this is a dark and dangerous time for our country. Our politics is full of hate, and it is spilling over in how we think of and treat each other.
My Faith Votes Conversation with Promise Keepers CEO, Ken Harrison
The word "political" has been changed dramatically. It's leadership. We have leadership in government which involves politics. But we've merged those words together so that Christians get confused. "Oh, I don't want to be political." Great, don't be political but get involved in leadership though. -Ken Harrison
Sex Ed and Religion -- A battle in Washington State
Washington State has introduced a new sexual education bill that seems likely to become law soon. Few things generate as much controversy as teaching sex ed in schools.
Losing Parental Rights in Education
A proposed bill in Mississippi appears that it would strip both homeschool parents and private school administrators of their control over the curriculum. HB188, if passed into law, would mandate that all high school students in the state, whether in public, private, or homeschool, must be given “the same curriculum requirements” regarding state history and the US government.
The Dangerous Business of Proclaiming Christ
True Christians in the West are by default becoming more and more distinct from the surrounding culture. As the culture quickly slips into neo-paganism, proclaiming Christ is becoming more and more dangerous and offensive. This can have a devastating effect on our relationships, our reputations, and even our jobs.
The Foundation of a Strong Society
Strong families create strong societies. There is no question about it. Rebecca Hagelin, with Dr. James Dobson Family Talk, says it this way, “A stable family unit is the foundation on which to build a stable society and to raise stable children. Creating sound, stable families is so obviously the answer to saving our society from a litany of social ills and heartbreak that it is often overlooked in a search for more complex and less-effective ‘solutions.’”
Men — Listen Up This Father’s Day!
This Father’s Day, I’m reminded of a conversation I had with a father like me — a conversation that all fathers need to face. I just got done giving a presentation to a large audience when the usual line of people formed to ask questions or give their input to the talk.
Church Membership in America
A new Gallup survey shows that church membership in America has plummeted 20 points since 1999 to just 50 percent. And the percentage of Americans claiming to have no religion has more than doubled since then.
What You Must Know about the Equality Act
Equality. It is a word that has helped spark movements and revolutionary change around the globe. It is a powerful word representing opportunity, fairness, and equal rights for every person under the law.
Mike Huckabee identifies 'biggest threat' to moral fiber of US, why it's the Church's fault
Redefining gender and sexual identity is the “greatest threat” to the moral fiber of America, said former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, and the fault lies with the Church.
A Conversation With Michele Bachmann
Jason Yates, My Faith Votes, recently sat down with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, former Congresswoman from Minnesota and former Presidential candidate, to glean her insight on the cultural moment we are living in and how Christians can bring biblical answers to our communities.
Judge Kavanaugh Statement
Jason Yates, CEO of My Faith Votes, releases a statement in response to President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
My Faith Votes Rallies Pennsylvania Christians to Oppose New Guidance
My Faith Votes is rallying Pennsylvania Christians to oppose a new guideline that seeks to redefine sex in the state.
George Barna: Worldview And The State Of The Church (Video)
What does it mean to have a biblical worldview? Do the majority of Americans hold a biblical worldview? George Barna of the American Culture & Faith Institute recently conducted a massive research study on this topic, and the results may surprise you.