North Korea has long been recognized as a country where Christians face the worst persecution for their faith. But there's a lesser known country that follows closely behind where those who are even suspected of having converted to Christianity are rushed through public beheadings without a trial — Somalia.
Although the Women's March in Washington was supposed to be open to women of all stripes, the march was a frightening experience for the women marching with the national pro-life group Students for Life of America and it was clear that their point of view was not welcome.
Bible-believing street evangelists warning against all sin, including abortion and homosexuality, were shouted down, spat on and had water thrown on them by participants of the Women's March on Washington on Saturday afternoon.
A 20-year-old vocalist who is blind received rapturous applause at the National Prayer Service with her stirring rendition of "How Great Thou Art," a standing ovation led by First Lady Melania Trump.
Dallas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress offered clarification on his inauguration morning sermon, delivered in front of President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, in which he suggested that "God is not against building walls."
Pastor Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, who led a prayer at Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday, has admitted in an interview that Latino Christians face challenging questions surrounding America's new political reality.
Evangelical groups are calling upon Congress to pass a bipartisan bill inspired by President Barack Obama's executive order that attempted to extend certain legal protections to millions of undocumented immigrants.
Attendees of President Donald Trump's inaugural prayer breakfast on Friday morning left with a hopefulness that with prayer, Americans of all races and colors will become united under the presidency of the billionaire real estate mogul.
President Donald Trump told the nation in his Inauguration Day speech that Americans are a "righteous people" and "protected by God."
Speaking to hundreds of Christians Thursday night, Christian thought leader Lance Wallnau asserted that God has anointed Donald Trump to be a "secular Cyrus" who will hopefully usher in an awakening that will lead to the transformation the United States.
Bishop Wayne T. Jackson of Great Faith Ministries International, who hosted President Donald Trump at his Detroit church despite opposition from some African-Americans last September, asked God in a prayer at the inauguration ceremony of the 45th president on Friday to endow him with "the wisdom of Solomon, the vision of Joseph and the meekness of Christ."
Christian NFL player Benjamin Watson has offered advice for how the Church and its believers can take the lead in helping ease racial tensions in the United States.
Pastor Judah Smith has some advice this week for Christians struggling to live emotionally healthy lives: though it may seem weird, learn how to talk to your soul and embrace the wonder of God.
The Rev. Billy Graham believes that while there is value in being able to watch church services on television, it is preferable to attend in person.
When gospel music singer and Pastor Kim Burrell came under fire for preaching a sermon about the "perverted homosexual spirit," many people blamed the Black church for fostering beliefs deemed hateful by many celebrities and LGBT advocates.
For the first time in eight years, progressive congregations throughout the U.S. will find themselves under a president who is opposed to many of their views. And some say that because Trump's name is a "trigger," they won't be praying for him by name.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson and hall-of-fame football coach Tony Dungy will join pastors, authors, former NFL players and media personalities at a Florida megachurch in February to discuss how faith can be used to bridge the racial divide facing the United States.
While thanking the late controversial megachurch preacher Eddie Long for being a benefactor who helped pay his way at Morehouse College, Pastor Jamal Bryant of Northwest Baltimore's popular Empowerment Temple, said the church failed his victims.
Mike Kinman, rector of All Saints Church, an Episcopal congregation in Pasadena, California, has announced that his congregation will no longer pray for elected leaders by name to avoid traumatizing worshipers with the name of President-elect Donald Trump.
The Holy Land Experience in Orlando, Florida, is gearing up to host a "free day," where they aim to draw tourists from all over the country to witness living reenactments of the Bible at their interactive Christian theme park.
Christian pioneer TobyMac released a new video for the song "Love Broke Thru" that sends a message of healing to all involved in race riots and police violence in America.
After the untimely death of her father when she was a teenager, Lynsi Snyder, president of In-N-Out Burger, endured three failed marriages in an attempt to fill the void. An encounter with Christ, however, changed all of that.
Media moguls Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry are teaming up to star in a new animated Christmas film that will be in theaters nationwide this fall.
Iraqi forces wounded in the ongoing battle to push the Islamic State out of Mosul need all the help they can to stay alive. And coming to their rescue are oppressed Christians who felt God's call for them to travel all the way from the civil-war ridden asian nation of Burma.
An aid group supporting local ministries overseas says the Holy Spirit is "stirring" in war-torn Syria and drawing "thousands" of Muslims to Christian missionaries who are working in the region.
Iraqis who have successfully managed to escape the clutches of the Islamic State terror group are now dealing with trauma from the pain of losing their own children, to suicidal depression that is sometimes causing them to hurt their loved ones.
A Christian pastor in Syria says the country is "being torn apart" in the midst of civil war, with Christians being killed for choosing to follow Jesus and staying behind to help victims.
Dutch porn star Kim Holland and an atheist producer have apologized for a film which includes her X-rated scenes secretly shot in the confessional corner of St. Jozef's church in Holland, according to reports.
The highest-ranking cleric in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia said music concerts and movies shouldn't be allowed in the country as they could lead to immorality and mixing between the sexes.
Some claim that Christianity is a "religion of the powerful." But try telling that to persecuted Christians!
King Solomon once wrote in Proverbs 19:13 the most annoying sound on the planet was a nagging wife, but obviously, he'd never heard what leftists sound like after they lose elections.
This past Saturday, more than a million people turned out nationwide to demonstrate against President Donald Trump and his nationalist agenda.
The unbelieving world has always looked upon the church with a contemptuous glare, harshly criticizing, ridiculing, and even vilifying her. In his farewell discourse, Jesus predicted this animosity that the devil's offspring (John 6:32) would have toward God's sojourning children (John 15:18-25).
Should a staff person become the interim preacher until the new pastor arrives?
Disappointment is not easy to live through. It is real and will visit you from time to time. Learning to live and work through disappointment will save you from a life of resentment and bitterness.
Intended or not, Donald Trump's inaugural program and speech has put America back on two sturdy legs that have been whacked at, sawn into, axed, and whittled upon: the theme of God's transcendence on the one side, and the importance of a reverential fear of the Lord on the other.
One day in the land of Matthew 4:18, Jesus is walking along the shore of the Sea of Galilee. He sees two brothers — Simon, also called Peter, and Andrew — throwing a net into the water, for they fished for a living.
As one who issued numerous warnings about candidate Donald Trump during the Republican primaries, on radio, in writing, and on video, I'm sympathetic to your concerns.
A person cannot truly abide in Jesus Christ while simultaneously rejecting the truthfulness and authority of God's written revelation. Why? Here are just a few reasons:
You receive a vote of 72 percent. Should you go to that church?
I actually teared up on election night. Given the concerns I raised about Donald Trump during the campaign, one might think I was crying tears of sadness. But I wasn't. I was crying tears of sheer relief.
With the inauguration of Donald Trump as our 45th president upon us, all the usual suspects from the militant atheist crowd have been trying to block the Bible from being used — a tradition that began with President Washington.
Dear Chuck, I read that Donald Trump will be the richest president ever to take office, and that his cabinet, which is made up of a lot of successful businessmen and women, will also be the wealthiest group ever assembled. Do you think that is a problem?
We are living history. The election of a new president and the transition of power in this nation are always historic. Both the House and the Senate have proven veterans and newly elected leaders. This is historic.
Most folks laugh when they read that gravity is a social construct. But most folks aren't academics.
In one of the final acts of his presidency, Mr. Obama has granted clemency to Bradley Manning. Here's what it reveals.
Whether it's on the radio, television, Internet, or at church, we often hear that God has a wonderful plan for our life.
Annual evaluation is commonplace in work, in school, and in life. A new year presents the opportunity for us to take a moment to evaluate where we are at the beginning of the year, where we want to be at the end of the year, and how we can get from A to B during the year.
With days to go until the presidential inauguration, the hope for the traditionally sedate transition between the old and new administrations has been anything but.
A well-known preacher of prosperity will be praying at the inauguration. It's time to expose their so-called "gospel" for what it is.
What do NFL stars Jim Brown and Ray Lewis, "Family Feud" host Steve Harvey, rapper Kanye West, megachurch pastor Darrell Scott, Dr. Ben Carson, and Martin Luther King, III, have in common? They are all black.
On December 31, 2016, we celebrated forty years of marriage together. While the years have gone by so fast, we have experienced some long days.
After many hours of hard work, I've put together an exhaustive list of the prominent celebrities who chose not to perform at President Obama's inaugural ceremonies in 2009 and 2013 because they were threatened with death, boycotts, or ostracism.
When is the press no longer the watchdog America's founders intended to keep government accountable? When it reports and publishes unverified smears.
You can learn a lot from fairy tales. But first you have to know whether you're living in one.
As the nation remembers famed civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., many seeking to broadcast his words and statements must pay the price.
It was April 1969. One hundred black students had taken over the student union on the campus of Cornell University in a protest for civil rights.
I'm Eric Metaxas. Today on BreakPoint we re-present Chuck Colson's commentary on Martin Luther King Day and Dr. King's dramatic defense of the moral law.
Oops! Left a word out. Should be, "Why I Love to Ridicule the Bachelor." As the kids say, "my bad!"
Have you ever felt like God was pursuing you? If so, did it feel like a cop in a police car coming to arrest you, or more like a paramedic in an ambulance rushing to your rescue?
There are many great themes people have proposed for 2017, and numerous Bible verses that brothers or sisters in the Lord could select as wise, focused sources of Divine Light for the new year, 2017.