(Watch) The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is suing Kroger on behalf of two former Christian employees for anti-Christian bias because of a “rainbow heart” on their uniforms.
(Watch) The new Asbury Memorial Church is now nondenominational, as of September 3. The disaffiliation comes after a vote by the congregation back in September 2019, where 309 members voted in favor of leaving the denomination, widely defeating the seven members in opposition.
(Watch) Jerry Falwell Jr., the president and chancellor of Liberty University, has agreed to take an "indefinite leave of absence," according to a statement August 7th from the evangelical Christian university.
(Watch) Good Cakes and Bakes co-owner April Anderson was shocked at the cake request she received through their online ordering system; to quote the order, "I am ordering this cake to celebrate and have PRIDE in true Christian marriage. I’d like you to write on the cake, in icing, “Homosexual acts are gravely evil. (Catholic Catechism 2357”).
(Watch) The far-right evangelical Christian group One Million Moms is targeting Cascade laundry detergent for their latest breathless boycott, because their latest ad said 'do it every night' which according to them was vile and sexually suggestive. Fear not, gay people, the group hasn't forgotten about you quite yet - They also announced a boycott of all things hallmark because the network dared to acknowledge gay people in their movies. Critics of the group note that their boycotts have lost a lot of steam in recent years and that their member list is nowhere near the million mark, limiting their impact to a few ruffled feathers.