Danika Delello

Danika Delello

5 Things Christians Should Know about the Day of Atonement

Following briskly on the heels of the Jewish New Year comes the most important holiday of the Jewish calendar. Unlike the New Year’s feast, however, the Day of Atonement is a holy day of a much more somber nature.

Christians Unite in Prayer and Fasting before North Korea Summit

In view of the U.S.-North Korea Summit taking place on June 12th, Open Doors USA has called Christians to spend the previous 24 hours in prayer.

Christian Counselors Hold Free Training to Combat Opioid Crisis

The American Association of Christian Counselors is holding a free one-day training event at a Pennsylvania church to help guide the Christian community in battling the massive opioid crisis facing our nation.

Abortion is Not a Fundamental Right Rules Federal Appeals Court

A pro-life victory was won on Tuesday, when a federal appeals court voted to keep an amendment to Tennessee’s state constitution that denies abortion as a fundamental right.

New College Opens in Boston to Combat Loss of Faith in Students

A new college is opening in Boston this fall, with one distinct purpose. Founder Finny Kuruvilla expressed his hope that the new Sattler College will be “a solution to an ongoing epidemic occurring in the United States today: Christian students losing faith after they go off to college,” says The Christian Post.

Oregon Christian Bakers Lose Appeal Case

The Oregon Court of Appeals maintained a ruling against Aaron and Melissa Klein, owners of the bakery Sweetcakes by Melissa, which ordered the Kleins to pay $135,000 to a lesbian couple whose wedding cake the Kleins refused to make, says The Blaze.

Is the Repeal of Net Neutrality the End of the Internet as We Know it?

Last Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal “net neutrality” regulations (as they are commonly termed) in favor of a “closed internet” policy.

Do You Know the History behind These 10 Christmas Traditions?

For many people, the thought of Christmas conjures up the image of numerous festive traditions: baking cookies, exchanging gifts, decorating an evergreen, and drinking eggnog or cocoa. However, many of these traditions have had a surprising journey on their way to becoming a part of the modern American Christmas.

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