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Hundreds of Americans from around the country gathered on the National Mall Saturday for the third-annual March for the Martyrs. Religious freedom advocates called on American Christians to learn from those overseas who chose to die rather than renounce their belief in Jesus Christ.

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary has accepted the resignation of Adam Greenway after serving as president of the Fort Worth, Texas-based Southern Baptist academic institution for a little over three years following the firing of his predecessor, Paige Patterson. Greenway will transition to a role with the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board. 

Attorneys for CompassCare filed a special proceeding in the Supreme Court of New York in Erie County to compel the Amherst Police Department to return footage of a June firebombing at one of its pregnancy centers near Buffalo. CEO Jim Harden is accusing police in of withholding video evidence of the crime. Authorities say they will release the video once they have completed the investigation.

Jerry Newcombe writes that the "woke" crowd is in effect the Pharisees of our day. They like to be regarded as the compassionate ones without any of the inconvenience actual compassion requires.

An ex-convict businessman who claims he found Jesus and changed his life while serving time in prison for fraud is being sued by would-be tiny homeowners after he collected thousands of dollars in payment but failed to build them tiny homes that his company advertises for as low as $29,900.

Hollywood actor Lucas Black, who's best known for his roles in “The Fast and The Furious” franchise and “NCIS: New Orleans,” took a break from his roles in mainstream entertainment three years ago and said his latest role in a new Pure Flix film was an answer to prayer.

A North Dakota man is out on bond just days after he was arrested and charged with vehicular homicide in the death of teen he allegedly described as a "Republican extremist."