Milton Quintanilla

Milton Quintanilla

Catholic Bookstore Sues City for Requiring Businesses to Use Customers' Preferred Pronouns

On Wednesday, a Catholic bookstore filed a lawsuit against the city of Jacksonville, Florida, for requiring the business to use customers' preferred pronouns.

FBI Accuses Christian Medical Ministry of Defrauding Clients of $4 Million

The FBI has accused a Christian ministry offering an Obamacare alternative of embezzling $4 million from participants who were left with unpaid medical bills.

EPA Responds to Train Derailment in East Palestine, Ohio

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has responded to a Norfolk Southern train derailment in Ohio earlier this month that released toxic chemicals into the small village of East Palestine.

SBC Ousts Unaffiliated Georgia Church for Having Female Pastor

The Southern Baptist Convention, the world's largest Baptist denomination, has disfellowshipped an unaffiliated Georgia-based church for having a female pastor.

Unplanned Worship Service Sparks Outpouring among Tennessee Middle Schoolers

Middle school students in Tennessee are experiencing an outpouring on campus following an unplanned worship service last Friday that resulted in students gathering in prayer, offering repentance and issuing professions of faith.

Pastor Goes Viral for Calling Beyoncé a 'Witch,' Likening Attending Her Concerts to Participating in a Satanic Ritual

Tiphani Montgomery, who leads the prophetic and teaching ministry Covered By God, went viral earlier this month after she told her congregation during a Feb. 9 sermon that going to a Beyoncé concert is akin to participating in a satanic ritual. She also called the R&B superstar a "witch."

Lauren Daigle Surprises Christian American Idol Contestant during Her Audition

Award-winning Christian singer Lauren Daigle surprised a young Christian singer who was auditioning for American Idol in Las Vegas as the show kicked off its 21st season this week.

Bible Scholar, Author Michael Heiser Dies from Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer

Author and professor of biblical studies Michael S. Heiser passed away Monday afternoon following a battle with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. He was 60.

Asbury University to Conclude Revival on National Collegiate Day of Prayer

Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, will conclude its ongoing revival this Thursday following 2-weeks of non-stop worship and prayer on campus.

Bomb Squad Safely Removes Pipe Bomb Found near Philadelphia Church

On Sunday afternoon, Philadelphia police discovered an 18-inch pipe bomb behind a Catholic church in Holmesburg. Pennsylvania.