Pastor Greg Laurie is decrying the racial turmoil and violence that manifested in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend, urging Christians to reject every kind of prejudice and hate they see in the world.
President Donald Trump has made a decision on the United States' strategy for Afghanistan after a "sufficiently rigorous" review process, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Sunday.
One of the ministers serving on President Trump's Evangelical Advisory Board has resigned from the group, citing a "deepening conflict in values" between himself and the administration.
What should I do if my child is in a school that teaches that transgender identity is normal? How should I respond if my female friend at church becomes a transgender man? These are some of the questions that The Christian Post posed to three experts in the field as Christians seek guidance on how to respond to the issue of transgender identity in daily life.
Chelsea Clinton is now facing fire online after wading into the ongoing debate over the removal of confederate statues and monuments. She specifically stated that churches don't have statues of the devil, but was soon corrected by the public.
A man who provided IT services for Democratic members of Congress, including Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, has been indicted on four charges, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia said Thursday.
President Donald Trump has fired his chief strategist Steve Bannon, a person familiar with the decision told Reuters on Friday.
An author of young adult fiction books will showcase the Christian beliefs of Founding Father Patrick Henry in her latest novel featuring a mix of historical fiction and fantasy.
Christianity is a faith with a long and detailed history, with numerous events of lasting significance occurring throughout the ages.
In the aftermath of the tragedy in Charlottesville, bestselling author and preacher Max Lucado has spoken out, stating that God already provided a solution to the sin of racism.
As several high-profile pastors, such as Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in California, strongly condemned white supremacists in the wake of the deadly riots in Charlottesville, Virginia, popular pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, is drawing flak for suggesting that Christians not "engage."
Dallas megachurch Pastor Robert Jeffress, who's one of President Donald Trump's spiritual advisers, admitted Wednesday that there has been "a failure on the part of the Church" and conservative Christians to denounce racism and called on churches to condemn neo-Nazis and white supremacists.
While many Americans are up in arms because of the racial tension throughout the country, award-winning journalist and Fox News anchor Kelly Wright hopes to unite the nation with a new music video for his song, "America Great Again."
Chris Pratt has received backlash from some Christians for talking about Jesus after announcing his split with actress Anna Faris, but "Fuller house" star Candace Cameron Bure shared support for her fellow Christian brother and his profession of faith in difficult times.
The powerful story behind the Christian contemporary hit song "I Can Only Imagine," which has now been turned into a movie featuring Hollywood star Dennis Quaid, was picked up by global leading content distributor Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. They announced an official release date.
Before Chip Gaines met his wife, Joanna, who rose to fame with him on the HGTV series "Fixer Upper," he had his heart set on marrying another woman.
China is pushing back against the U.S. State Department's annual religious freedom report that highlights the Communist government's persecution of Christians and religious minorities, stating that the U.S. needs to solve its own problems with white supremacist violence.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has issued a report on blasphemy laws around the world, with the top five worst scoring nations all seeking to protect Islam.
An Anglican church in London that is known by many as the "National Musicians' Church" and has been used as a rehearsal venue for musicians scheduled to perform classical music concerts announced that it will no longer allow musicians who perform non-Christian music to practice there.
A Christian teenager whose father died in her arms following a suicide bombing at Saint Peter and Saint Paul's church in Cairo where 25 people were killed last December, has shared his final words.
Since the founding in 1773 of the First African Baptist Church in Savannah, Georgia — the oldest black church in all of North America — the church has served as both the soul and heartbeat of social and political consciousness for black Christians in America
Tens of thousands of congregations are one color, one race, or one group. Why? Why is this reality still taking place today?
Did you know? The trans-Atlantic slave trade was a continuation and expansion of an already thriving Arab enterprise. Further, the trans-Saharan trade long outlived and, in terms of African victims, outnumbered its European counterpart.
Depending upon when you read this article, you can fill in the blank. As I write, the newest was in Barcelona, Spain, perpetrated (so officials think) by an ISIS-inspired Moroccan. That we hope each attack will be the last, as if we're merely weathering a passing storm, attests to our general ignorance of deep history.
The mainstream media have lobbed a considerable amount of criticism at the Trump administration for cutting funding to the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program
I'm confused. I'm serious. I was in Charlottesville, Virginia, during the riots and what I observed and what I saw in the media's coverage are, for the most part, two very different narratives.
"Should the media highlight acts of hatred and violence when carried out by the left?" I'm not talking about Charlottesville here or making a moral comparison between the groups involved. I'm talking about a consistent pattern of dangerous words and deeds from the radical left, most of which get scant attention from the media.
Growing up I didn't know I had dyslexia. I couldn't read until I was in the third grade. I've struggled my entire life to comprehend what I'm reading, to spell words properly, to understand the meanings of words and enunciate them.
The recent racial events have caused such pain in my heart and mind the last few days. What I greatly fear, is that this pain will go away and I will lull back into normal, and that you will as well.
Mr. President, I write this with the utmost respect. My appeal to you, sir, is straightforward: Please help unify our country. At the moment, our nation needs someone more compassionate than combative, a true and effective peacemaker. You can be that man.
If these men, participants in that horrible War Between the States, having watched their comrades fall in battle, and at the end of that great conflict turn to honor and salute each other, how can we dishonor their memory with lesser behavior?
Sadly, everything, including church functions, is centered around food — potlucks, get-togethers, fellowship gatherings, etc. The last thing we want to talk about is humility through fasting. But we must return to the power of the Spirit through brokenness, prayer, humility, and fasting.
If Democrats had even a semblance of honesty, rather than reassigning their guilt to Republicans, they would acknowledge Democrats birthed the Ku Klux Klan and created Jim Crow laws. They would also admit that pro-slavery Democrats launched the Civil War.
"Are you against the Confederacy?" I couldn't help but laugh at the desperate question thrown at President Trump during Tuesday's press conference. Really?
This summer, a coalition of center-right groups launched a signature drive to try to make it possible to stop taxpayer funding of abortion in Massachusetts.
We are living in unsettling times. I commend your desire to be ready if and when those tough times hit. Here are a few tips.
As a child of the 60s, it's heartbreaking that in 2017 we are still dealing with the same issues of race and prejudice that have plagued our nation for so long.
In keeping with standard transgender talking points, Planned Parenthood wants parents to teach their preschoolers that "their genitals don't determine their gender." Instead, gender is whatever you make it to be. As I've heard endlessly from LGBT activists, "Gender is not what's between your legs, it's what's between your ears."
How bad is America's suicide problem? Well, it's so bad that Americans' overall life expectancy has declined for the first time since the 1930s.
America is in very bad shape right now. But really now, are we as divided today as we were immediately before, during, and after the Civil War? Is it even fair to compare?
In the remote northern corner of Alaska lies the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. This incredible piece of God's handiwork is under threat by Alaska lawmakers and the Trump Administration who want to remove its historic protections and turn it into an industrial oil field.
If we start to tear down all statues of Lee and Stonewall Jackson and Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy, why stop there? What about the nine presidents of the United States who owned slaves? We should be honest about our history, but not try to revise it with a giant eraser.
What are we to make of these developments in Charlottesville? We are all sinners, alienated from God and isolated from each other.
A radical Christian is one who sells her property and possessions, flies across the ocean to serve the starving children in Calcutta. Fundamentalist radical Islam is something utterly dissimilar. It is predicated around the idea that Islam must have worldly power.
The White House is in danger of misidentifying the times. Political polarization in the nation has reached its next troubling stage.
President Donald Trump issued an executive order to stop subsidizing cities which obstruct immigration law. Chicago filed suit in response. Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to continue collecting federal dollars while ignoring federal policy.
The left has figured out several methods that successfully work to divide the left and the right. One of their cleverest ways is stirring up race wars, because it has the extra benefit of making the right look bad.
Every racist ideology, including the white nationalism and neo-Nazi rhetoric and images displayed by the so-called alt-right in Charlottesville, is rooted in the pit of hell. There's no defending it.