Could things have started any worse for the Democrats after their virtual face-plant in Iowa?
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You know, for once it would be nice for the Democrats to also acknowledge that President Trump has done something right.
Evangelicals for Trump is comprised of world-renowned evangelical leaders, including pastors, speakers, musicians and influencers.
Donald Trump was not my first choice for president.
Churches gladly welcome the tax break.
Thousands of pastors and Christian leaders stand with this president with eyes wide open and at no personal or professional gain.
Family advocate Dr. Dobson wants "Christianity Today" to come forward with their choice for presidential candidate.
When it comes to America, I have no doubt that, to some extent, this is true. I've experienced it myself.
The spiritual dimension to this election is bigger than it ever has been.
The letter came from a wide range of leaders in the evangelical community, including Paula White Cain, Cindy Jacobs, George O. Wood and Dr. James Dobson.
Well, if you are a Christian supporter of Trump, as I am, you now have your "Fifth Avenue" moment. How will you respond?
"They impeached millions of Americans - Democrat and Republican - who believe in one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all, including the president of the United States."
An honest media has tremendous potential, but today's biased one is misleading masses.
Pastor Candice Smithyman talks with the Charisma Media CEO about what could be a powder keg leading up to next November.
I believe there is strong spiritual warfare against this president, his re-election and all he stands for.
According to Thurman, Trump has no "characterological" strengths, meaning, there is not one single good thing about his character. Not one.
I do understand the opposition to Trump and, to repeat, I was once part of it.
Former President Bill Clinton—nicknamed "the comeback kid"—may now throw the cape with that title emblazoned upon it over her shoulders.
The use and possession of weapons should be made "immoral" under official Catholic teaching, Francis told reporters.
"For all Bible-believers, this is a huge accomplishment and is as big as the president's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital."