Pakistani Government Un-frees Christian Mom Acquitted of Blasphemy: U.S. Senator Demands Congress Cut Off Pakistani Aid

Craig Huey Faith, Religious Freedom 2 Comments

  On October 31st, the Pakistan Supreme Court acquitted Aasia Bibi – a Christian mother of 5 children – of blasphemy against the Islamic prophet Muhammad. I wrote about her case – and the overturning of her 2010 death sentence – here. Because of violent riots that followed Bibi’s acquittal – and the demand by 2 extremist Muslim clerics to …

The War on Christmas and the Indifference of Most Conservatives [3 Little-Known Things You Should Know]

Craig Huey Culture Wars, Current Events, Faith 3 Comments

For years we have seen the war on Christmas escalate… For years we have seen Christmas become more and more secularized… For years we’ve seen the real story of Christmas fade into the background … almost to the point of disappearing altogether. This year – for a change – we’ve seen lots of Christmas pronouncements at the White House… But …

Update on Cory: Shot 5 Times [Videos]

Craig Huey Faith 3 Comments

Five days after Shelly’s and my son Cory was shot by gang bangers in a robbery attempt, I gave the message – by God’s grace – at the Sunday morning worship service at Calvary Chapel Montebello (The Arc). I spoke of tragedy, trauma and hope … In fact, my sermon title was “Hope When Your World is Turned Upside Down.” …

The Armenian Genocide: Denying History for the Sake of Political “Correctness”

Craig Huey Faith, International, Religious Freedom 2 Comments

1.5 million Christians—killed. It was a massive genocide that many tried to cover up. But on its anniversary, you need to know. When I was last in Israel, I met an Armenian shop owner in Jerusalem playing contemporary Christian music. He told me his story. His family survived the massacre. Survivors fled worldwide. His family set up multiple stores and …

Three Insights into the Glorious Day of Easter

Craig Huey Faith 1 Comment

Here are some blessed insights into Easter Sunday: “When I survey the wondrous Cross, On which the Prince of Glory died, My richest gain I count but loss, And pour contempt on all my pride.” – Isaac Watts “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: I’m ready to accept …