Voter-approved marriage amendments are under fire in several states now, including Virginia, where a federal judge struck down that state's protection of traditional marriage by saying it violates the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
A Nepalese couple recounts how their romance began with a traditional leaf whistle when they were young. Forty years later, the couple still incorporates leaf instruments into the worship songs they write for a new generation.
Kentucky's definition of marriage is on a "slippery slope" after a federal judge's decision, warn Baptist leaders -- despite a state constitutional amendment approved by 75 percent of, or 1.2 million, voters in 2004.
If we are praying for a revival in America, then we should beg God for the hearts and lives of college students, says collegiate minister Jeff Jones.