A U.S. Air Force colonel who has served in the military for 26 years says he was unfairly punished by a commanding officer because of his traditional Christian beliefs on marriage and sexuality.
Georgetown University will hold a spiritual ceremony in April to publicly apologize for its historical ties to slavery. Maryland Jesuits sold 272 enslaved men, women and children in 1838. Attendees will include descendants of the enslaved people as well as members of the university community and the general public.
A Muslim extremist who tried to kill a Christian pastor last week in Africa has now accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior, according to a global missionary network.
Nearly 600 health experts have signed onto a letter condemning a 143-page report issued last year by two distinguished scholars at Johns Hopkins University that argued there isn't enough scientific evidence to suggest that people are born with a certain sexual orientation or gender identity.
An American pastor imprisoned in Turkey on trumped-up terrorism charges, Andrew Brunson, is calling on President Donald Trump and his administration to "fight" for him and secure his release.
Three lawsuits centered on whether church-affiliated hospitals can be exempted from federal law on retirement income have made their way to the United States Supreme Court.
The president of a national pro-life organization that has saved thousands of babies born to abortion-determined mothers says pro-life health clinics and pregnancy centers are becoming more effective at reaching pregnant mothers and persuading them to choose life.
Best-selling conservative author Rod Dreher has created debate over the direction of American Christianity and its relation to mainstream society with his recently released book, "The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation."
In just two days, members at an evangelical megachurch in Florida prepared over 300,000 meals that will be sent to refugee families displaced by the Islamic State terrorist organization and the ongoing civil war in Syria.
Months after he claimed thieves broke into his home and stole $11,000 worth of valuables, Pastor Justin White, an elder at First Christian Church in Columbus, Indiana, was arrested Friday for fraud.
A North Carolina megachurch pastor wants to make one thing clear: Hell, not Heaven, is everyone's default destination.
Prominent Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi, who is battling stage IV stomach cancer, said Jesus recently appeared to him in a dream and gave him an odd command after he prayed for God to give him more guidance as he continues to "languish" and go through chemotherapy.
A week after disgruntled Princeton Theological Seminary alumni complained that Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, should not receive the school's Kuyper Prize because of his church's position on the ordination of women and LGBT individuals, the seminary decided Wednesday not to give the award this year.
While out on the the road on tour this past weekend, Irish worship band We Are Messengers was involved in fatal car accident just south of Atlanta.
Singer Colton Dixon, who releases his new album Identity on Friday, said despite division in the country and Hollywood's agenda to tell people who they should be, he wants to point people to where they can truly find their identity.
Joseph Habedank's addiction to prescription drugs could have ended his music career, but God had other plans for the singer-songwriter who is using his voice and pen to highlight the resurrecting power of God.
Husband and wife producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett are working on a faith-based series for Netflix titled "Messiah."
Gospel singer Kierra Sheard comes from generations of renowned worshipers, but that doesn't mean she's afraid of exposing the dirty details of her personal life that might help save souls when the music stops.
The 52nd annual Academy of Country Music Awards is around the corner and country megastar Reba McEntire will be teaming up with Christian contemporary artist Lauren Daigle to perform an unforgettable rendition of her hit song, "Back to God."
The Catholic Archdiocese of Mexico blasted supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump's planned border wall and said any Mexicans who help build the wall would be acting immorally and should be deemed traitors.
Pope Francis recently had a group of about 45,000 Italian children, who were preparing for confirmation in the Roman Catholic Church, promise to not engage in bullying.
More than 100 members of Congress have written a letter to India's interior minister, urging him to allow U.S.-based Christian child sponsorship organization Compassion International to continue its work in that country. The charity ended its programs in India amid an ongoing crackdown by the Hindu nationalist government on nonprofits that receive foreign funds.
The Islamic State terrorist group has kidnapped nearly 200 children and reportedly plans to use them as human shields in its battle against Iraqi-led coalition forces in Mosul.
A new video shows Iraqi forces disarming a suicide vest worn by a boy, who appears to be about 7 years old and was thought to be part of a group of families that fled Mosul in northern Iraq.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof thinks Christians should pay less attention to doctrine, except when they should.
Dear Mr. Cook, Apple Inc. is one of the most respected companies in the world. I am writing to you regarding your efforts to expand operations in India. Mr. Cook, you and your company have a unique opportunity to be a strong voice for human rights.
This Thursday there's a one-night showing of a powerful documentary about faith in the face of a deadly epidemic.
There's nothing more tiresome than content creators who believe Christian women are only willing to click on articles promising to improve their self-images or offer self-deprecating devotions.
Jon Bloom, co-founder of Desiring God, wrote the following sentence in one of his articles last November: "There's only one solution to anxiety: the assurance everything is going to be okay."
Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah recently warned Israel that his Iran-backed terror group could attack targets producing mass Israeli casualties, including a huge ammonia storage tank in Haifa, and a nuclear reactor in Dimona.
When it comes to culture, do you consider yourself a foot soldier or a gardener? Okay, that's a bit cryptic. But let me explain.
This month, in celebration of Woman's Day, State Street erected a statue of a young woman confronting a bull, representing Wall Street.
This week, the NCAA ratcheted up the pressure on North Carolina lawmakers to repeal HB 2, "the bathroom law." The collegiate sports group has laid down a clear ultimatum – repeal quickly or forfeit championship events being located in the Tar Heel state through 2022.
Who doesn't want to get more for their money? Who doesn't want more "bang for their buck?" Who isn't interested in value in what they purchase? I'll bet you'd have to question a lot of people to find one who says, "I don't mind paying more and getting less."
If Jesus has changed your life and set you free from homosexual practice, your testimony is not welcome on Vimeo — not now, not ever.
I was prepared to hate The Shack. But after seeing it once, I had a strong sense that someone I love dearly needed to see the movie — someone who had walked away from God but was softening towards him. We saw it together, we cried, and then ...
Now that Betsy DeVos is settled in as America's new Secretary of Education she holds the reins of the U.S. Department of Education and, with it, the future of America's 55.6 million students.
The guests showed up, but they never returned. Has that ever happened in your church? You try to be friendly to first-time guests. But you never see them again. At times you wonder why they never returned.
The left has done a 180 since its free speech heyday of the 1960s. What used to be anything goes, and protecting the First Amendment right to say controversial things, has morphed into a treacherous map of what you can and cannot say.
As a kid, I was fascinated by fortune tellers. I wanted to know the future!! But fortune telling is demonic.
I have worked with many men through my years of being chaplain for the Denver Nuggets of the NBA and the Colorado Rockies of the MLB, and in my involvement with other men's groups as well as one-on-one relationships.
In his short but powerful book All of Grace, Charles Spurgeon wrote that weak faith, as long as it is true faith, saves a person no less effectively than strong faith: "A trembling hand may receive a golden gift."
Churches are filled with all kinds of people. This presents numerous challenges for each pastor. When the Apostle Paul addressed the church at Corinth, it was evident that the church was struggling with their interpersonal relationships.
The email stung me. The writer spoke of my negativity about local churches, about how much of my writings are about problems in local congregations.
The results of a new study were announced this week, and they are consistent with previous findings. The five million or so people who live in the Scandinavian country of Norway are among the happiest on earth.
If you care about the next generation, and especially have one of the next generation in your life, have I got a worthwhile, long-term investment for you.
"Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme." And we just keep retelling and re-singing it. I'm talking about the year's biggest movie.
On Sunday March 19th, 2017, I had the privilege of debating an atheist.
I saw The Shack the week after it premiered. Though I did not read the book beforehand, I had read multiple articles describing how it portrays the Trinitarian God of Christianity.
Dear Chuck, There are lots of great deals and promotions advertised for leases in every car commercial, making it seem like it's worth a try. What do you think?
As congressional efforts to defund Planned Parenthood gain momentum, it is unsurprising that the group's allies would push back.
Strangely enough, BreakPoint made a list published by Harvard University library. Even stranger is the list itself.
Pop singer Katy Perry knew she was among friends as she took yet another shot at Christianity in her remarks to the notoriously anti-Christian Human Right's Campaign at their annual gala dinner in Los Angeles.