UPDATE: Visitation and Memorial Service Schedule – Christian School Teacher killed in head-on collision outside of Charlotte

The Pastoral Staff at Uptown Community Church in Carlotte has provided the following information on Aimee Elisabeth Powell’s funeral plans. Aimee’s immediately family has arrived from Taiwan and is thankful to be together as they turn to the Lord and walk through this challenging time. Here are the updates we have at this time. Visitation... Continue Reading

Runaway Christian Convert Allowed to Live Apart from Parents

A teenage girl from Ohio who ran away from home after she became Christian can remain free from her Muslim parents, according to the terms of a court settlement. Though Rifqa Bary’s parents have been fighting to regain custody of her since last August, under the agreement Tuesday, the 17-year-old teen can stay in a... Continue Reading

Scott Brown Senate Victory in Mass. a win for Women

In response to this week’s victory by Republican candidate Scott Brown in the Massachusetts special election to fill the Senate seat of the late Senator Ted Kennedy, Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser offered the following statement: “On the heels of last fall’s victories by Bob McDonnell and Chris Christie, Scott Brown’s victory is... Continue Reading

Four Professors at Covenant College Take Early Retirement; Receive Emeritus Status

As part of Covenant College’s effort to plan for the 2009-2010 budget, four faculty members were offered the option of taking voluntary retirement. Although none had announced retirement plans, all were willing to accept incentivized packages from the College for retirement. They include Ray Clark; Paul Hesselink, English; Jack Muller, Sociology; and Doug Sizemore, Computer... Continue Reading

A Tribute To Dwight Linton

From time to time an individual lives a quiet, mostly private life and his work becomes well known only after his death. Dwight Linton was such an individual. A Memorial Service for Dwight Linton was held on Monday, January 18th in the sanctuary of Chestnut Mountain Presbyterian Church near Atlanta. Dwight, and his widow Marjory... Continue Reading

Mohler appointed Schaeffer chair at WJI

Southern Seminary President R. Albert Mohler, Jr., has been appointed to the Francis Schaeffer Chair of Cultural Apologetics at the World Journalism Institute at The King’s College in New York City. As the holder of the Francis Schaeffer chair, Dr. Mohler will give a series of lectures to the World Journalism Institute students at its... Continue Reading

Covenant College Dean’s List, Fall 2009

Covenant College congratulates the following students on their academic achievement for the Fall 2009 term. These students are included on Covenant’s Dean’s List because they have earned a term grade point average of 3.30 or higher as a full time student taking twelve or more credit hours. We are proud to recognize the following students... Continue Reading

Women’s Retreat results in CD release for Sycamore Presbyterian (PCA) ladies

The genuine laughter blended together in true friendship in the hall at Sycamore Presbyterian Church on Coalfield Road in Midlothian, VA. Four local moms have been on an amazing vocal journey since meeting in 2006 during a women’s retreat through the church. Three of the ladies are members of the church. Since then, Jeanne Patton,... Continue Reading

Florida Christian Academy Player Boxes Out Negatives

With his outgoing personality and the talent he possesses when the ball is in his hands, Joey Ferdinando has become a leader on and off the court for the Hernando Christian Academy middle school basketball team in Brooksville, FL. There was a time last season, however, when it looked as if Ferdinando might not be... Continue Reading

Official Religious Freedom Day Proclamation

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release January 15, 2010 RELIGIOUS FREEDOM DAY, 2010 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION Long before our Nation’s independence, weary settlers sought refuge on our shores to escape religious persecution on other continents. Recognizing their strife and toil, it was... Continue Reading