Posts Tagged “White”
Recent decisions by both the U.S. Supreme Court and the White House demonstrate anew the need for Congress to provide immigration reform, a Southern Baptist public policy specialist says.
A Congresswoman helped a Texas teen, who is carrying a cross from his home state to Washington, D.C., get permits to display the giant cross in Lafayette Park across the street from the White House.
A dramatic tale of loss, sacrifice, hope and redemption awaits you. Join us for the newest production from Lamplighter Theatre – The White Gypsy! Willy is lost. New sights and new places sometimes seem strangely familiar, but he doesn’t know why
The defeat last week of Senator Richard Lugar (R-Ind) in the Indiana GOP primary sends the ominous rumble of war drums out across the political landscape. No doubt the scary reverberations have reached as far as Utah, and the ears of another Republican, Senator Orrin Hatch.
“American Idol” contestant Colton Dixon chose to ignore producers’ suggestion to refrain from expressing his Christian beliefs on the show and was eliminated last week.
It’s pretty interesting to read the obituaries of Charles Colson by those who were alive during Watergate and those who weren’t.