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Ken Ham, President of Answers in Genesis, sits at the heart of some controversy over freedom of speech on the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) campus. The student body government invited Ham to speak on campus about ...

Category: Equal Rights, Religion, school

Easter is a holiday that almost all Christian people celebrate. Is a way of celebrating the rising of Christ, three days after he was crucified. While this is a holiday that is typically seen as religious, there are many ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

Young girls need heroines that will fill their minds of possibilities. In the past, it’s been challenging to find interesting stories of women who made a difference. Fortunately, publishers have taken notice and ha ...

Category: Social Equality

Seneca Falls is a small town in central New York. At the 2010 census, the population was just a little over 9,000. Still, it holds an important place in history. In 1848, the first women’s rights convention was hel ...

Category: Religion

March is Women’s History Month. January 30 to April 4 is internationally recognized as a Season of Nonviolence. Let’s take a look at the 1946 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Emily Greene Balch. If you’ve n ...

Category: Social Equality

Christmas might be the ultimate holiday movie season, but Easter isn’t far behind. This year, Easter falls on April Fools’ Day which might seem a long way off, but it will be here before you know it. To get i ...

Category: Holidays and Observances, Religion

Kofi Annan, 2001 Nobel Peace Prize Winner, said, “It may seem sometimes as if a culture of peace does not stand a chance against the culture of war, the culture of violence and the cultures of impunity and intolera ...

Category: Morality

As spring blooms, a profusion of wedding announcements stack up in the box. Wedding season is in the air. For ministers who occupy other roles in life, preparing the ceremony for such a joyous event as matrimony calls ...

Category: Weddings

Let’s take a look at a woman of the Reformation who was highly influential. Many of the most important women during the Reformation were royalty. It was the virtue of their birth that gave them power to influence t ...

Category: Religion

Wilma Mankiller is sometimes referred to as the first woman chief of a Native American tribe, and she was the first woman to be chief of the Cherokee Nation. Under her leadership, the Cherokee Nation population went from ...

Category: Equal Rights