By Melanie Wilcox A single, stay-at-home mom of two started a co-op after schools throughout Texas sent children home to do remote learning. — Read on http://www.dailysignal.com/2022/01/20/why-this-texas-mom-started-a-co-op-to-teach-her-kids
(RNS) — Texas voters will decide on Election Day (Nov. 2) whether state and local governments can impose limits on religious services, such as the public health orders that shut down houses of worship and businesses earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Leonardo Blair A federal judge on Wednesday granted a request from the Justice Department for a temporary restraining order against Texas’ controversial law that bans most abortions in the state after six weeks gestation, drawing swift praise from the Biden administration and rebuke… Continue Reading “Federal judge blocks Texas abortion law | Politics News”
By Ryan Foley The pastor of a Haitian church in Texas is urging Haitian migrants to refrain from making the journey to the United States as he has heard “heartbreaking” stories of “brokenness” related to the abuses migrant families suffer on their journey to… Continue Reading “Haitian pastor warns immigrants about dangers of journey to US | U.S. News”
By Michael Gryboski The Texas Supreme Court has once again rejected an effort by The Episcopal Church to secure the property and assets of a diocese that broke away over theological differences. — Read on http://www.christianpost.com/news/texas-court-rejects-the-episcopal-church-motion-to-keep-breakaway-diocese-property.html
By Michael Gryboski A pro-life activist organization based in Texas that advocated for the state’s new abortion law received a bomb threat last Friday, leading police to evacuate the office as a precaution. — Read on http://www.christianpost.com/news/texas-pro-life-group-receives-bomb-threat-police-evacuate.html