Governor Newsom Tells Churches They are Months Away from Opening; Some Pastors Aren’t Having It

Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom revealed additional details regarding his four-phase plan to reopen the state. While daycare centers and schools could start opening up very soon as part of Phase Two, in-person church services were categorized with personal care businesses like gyms and salons, which are months away…

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Caving to Pressure from Trans-Activists, Sen. Pan and Atkins Revive Bill to Fund Sterilizing Kids

State Senators Toni Atkins and Richard Pan, under pressure from transgender activists, scheduled a new vote to fund sterilizing transgender procedures despite previously announcing Saturday’s Senate Health Committee was the last hearing of the year.  According to the Senate Health Committee staff, the change came from Committee Chair Senator Richard…

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Assembly Considers Bill to Let Midwives Do Abortions Without Doctor Supervision

In 2013, California lowered the health safety standards for women by letting non-physicians, including nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and certified nurse-midwives do first-trimester surgical and medical abortions. State legislators are at it again this year with the introduction of SB 1237, a bill to remove the requirement that certified nurse-midwives…

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Peer Influence Causing Drastic Increase in Girls Who Think They are Boys, New Book Reports

A new social phenomenon is emerging among females friends in college, high school, and even middle school. An alarming number of these young ladies are announcing, out of the blue, that they are transgender and want sterilizing transition treatments like testosterone shots, double mastectomies, and eventually reassignment surgeries. The recently…

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Christian Legal Organizations Speak Out Against Newsom’s Ban on Church Singing

Several California based Christian legal organizations say Governor Newsom’s new ban on church singing isn’t enforceable. The new “guideline” document released July 1, says social distancing isn’t going to protect congregants from COVID-19 in church services if they still sing or chant.  “Places of worship must therefore, discontinue singing and…

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