As the bushfires rage on in Australia, police have either charged or issued warnings to more than 180 people for fire-related offenses, including 24 individuals who are believed to have intentionally started fires. The fires are not expected to be extinguished soon, but already 24 people and more than 500 million animals have been killed. Here is how you can help.
A conservative Christian advocacy group in Australia has donated $100,000 to help prominent rugby star Israel Folau in his legal battle against being fired for posting a religious message on social media. The Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) used its platform to set up another donations page after popular crowdfunding site GoFundMe pulled the plug on Folau’s campaign, citing a violation of user policy.
The Australian rugby star fired for speaking out against homosexuality on social media earlier this year said in a sermon Sunday that the devil is behind the push to expand transgender rights to children. He also urged Christians to take a stand for truth without fear of the repercussions.