In a repulsive demonstration of hostility towards Christians, the City of Houston wants to bulldoze one church and condemn the property of another so they can build affordable housing and a public library.
Every Sunday, more than 50 million churchgoers stand, raise their hands and sing songs like I Will Rise, Oceans and Mighty to Save, written by the worship band Hillsong United.
For the owner of Bailey's Pizza in the small town of Searcy, Arkansas, keeping the Scripture and the sausage separate is something he believes he should not have to do.
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