"They have no business being in New York City," said activist William Talen.
Samaritan’s Purse, an evangelical Christian disaster relief group, has built a temporary hospital in Central Park that’s now facing backlash for its founder’s anti-LGBTQ remarks.
The facility is operating in partnership with Samaritan’s Purse, a disaster relief organization founded by evangelist Franklin Graham.
Donations of food, money and blood are all sought.
Franklin Graham’s salary raises eyebrows among Christian nonprofits.
The evangelist is getting paid good money to lead two ministries -- Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
Can Pope Francis and thousands of Catholic--and other--personnel recover, emerge, and get back to their vital work, regaining trust?
Franklin Graham took to Facebook to announce he is moving his accounts to another bank to protest the Wells Fargo commercial featuring a lesbian couple. He is boycotting Tiffany's because they are selling wedding rings to gay couples. So is it safe to assume that he will be moving his Facebook and Twitter and Google and YouTube accounts to other media? Friendster, maybe?
The Internet is an amazing tool for communication. We see the best example of this in the conflict and disaster zones of the world. For when it matters the most, Internet communication is literally a lifesaver.
Networks of religious and faith-inspired actors are a resource that could magnify the impact of urgent responses and recovery plans in West Africa.