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Over 100 South Carolina faith leaders were led by Palmetto Family to Washington D.C. to pray and meet with their elected officials and see the many sights of our nation’s capital.
As partisanship continues its upward swing, reliable data can serve as the catalyst to galvanize those of different political opinions to work together to address South Carolina’s areas of need.
Decades of statistics have shown that, on average, married couples have better physical health, more financial stability, and greater social mobility than unmarried people.
If, as Scripture teaches, all authority is from God, then Christians don’t get to pick and choose for whom they should pray based on who they voted for, or their policies.
Jack Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado—first sued in 2012 for declining to create a custom cake for a same-sex wedding because of his traditional Christian beliefs—is being sued again.
We can honor the sacrifice of the troops who fought to defend the free world by believing that each day’s work holds the potential for securing freedom.
Everyone deserves privacy and safety in private facilities. However, one-size-fits-all policies like Boyertown’s fail to take into account the very real needs of countless girls.
The media, as is so common today, distinctly reveals its biases and lets slip the mask of objectivity that’s becoming increasingly difficult for Americans to believe.
There should be a clear line between adults living according to their beliefs about sexuality and gender, and imposing those beliefs on young children and suggesting that irreversible medical treatments are the answer.