In a partial victory, the University of Iowa was forced to temporarily reinstate a Christian student group it discriminated against. On January 23, US District Judge Stephanie M. Rose found “that the University does not apply its [human rights] policy even handedly.” She ordered Business Leaders in Christ (BLinC) to be reinstated as a registered student organization for ninety days—but with only a narrow shield of protection.
Every January, Pro-Life Americans somberly, prayerfully mark the dark anniversary of Roe v. Wade. More abortions have been committed in the United States since 1973 than the current population of New York and California combined—over sixty million unborn have been killed in the womb. Forty-five years after the Supreme Court’s deadliest decision, Christians continue to pray and work to save lives at every age and stage.
Despite no public complaints against either display, two nearby southern Virginia counties have ordered the removal of Scripture in the last six months, dishonoring the first responders they were meant to support.
Three churches impacted by Hurricane Harvey—and responding to their communities’ needs—have filed a complaint against the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for blanket discrimination.