Mikaela Mathews

Mikaela Mathews

Trump Issues Video Condemning Violence, Free Speech Restrictions in the Aftermath of the Deadly Capitol Riot

This week, President Trump shared a video to social media condemning the violent attack on the Capitol earlier this month. He also called on his supporters to work toward peace instead of violence.

Jewish Agency for Israel Severs Ties with Christian Ministry over Evangelism Allegations

Jewish Agency for Israel, a World-renowned nonprofit organization that helps Jews immigrate to Israel, has ended its contract with a Christian ministry after volunteers with the ministry were accused of proselytizing to Jews.

US Supreme Court to Hear Case of Two Students Stopped from Sharing Their Faith at a Georgia College

The case of two Georgia college students who believe their freedom of speech was violated is headed to the US Supreme Court later this year.

US Supreme Court Orders Nevada to Review COVID-19 Restrictions on Churches

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ordered Nevada's Gov. Steve Sisolak to respond to Calvary Chapel Dayton Valley’s lawsuit alleging that the state violated its right to freedom of religion.

Widow Supports Pastor after Allegedly Attributing Her Husband's COVID-19 Death to His Lack of Faith

One Michigan woman is defending her pastor after some claimed that he attributed her husband's death from COVID-19 to his lack of faith.

Ohio Court Sides with Christian Schools over COVID-19 Mandated Closures

A federal appeals court recently sided with a group of faith-based schools in Ohio that were challenging the Toledo-Lucas County health department's decision to order the schools closed in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Proud Boys Leader Arrested after Burning Church’s Black Lives Matter Banner

On Monday, the international chairman of the Proud Boys, a controversial far-right group, was arrested in Washington for setting fire to a church’s Black Lives Matter banner.

Christian Chinese Journalist Jailed for Reporting on COVID-19 in Wuhan

A Christian journalist in China was sentenced to 4 years in prison for reporting on the toll the coronavirus was having on the people of Wuhan, China.

Federal Appeals Court Halts New York’s Attendance Caps on Religious Gatherings

The federal Appeals Court for the 2nd Circuit ruled this week that New York’s COVID-19 restrictions on religious groups were unconstitutional.