A pro-life 16-year-old student, described as Planned Parenthood's "worst nightmare" by Students for Life, expressed her absolute "disgust" at a recent Teen Vogue article for treating the issue of abortion lightheartedly as it suggested comedy movies and "GRL PWR" hats to help teens get over their post-abortion troubles.
A U.S. judge in Austin issued a preliminary injunction on Tuesday, halting Texas' plan to cut Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood, saying the state did not present evidence of a program violation that would warrant termination.
Southern Baptist churches will decide this week whether they will reduce funds for the ERLC in part because of Russell Moore's anti-Trump rhetoric and characterization of fellow Southern Baptists who supported the president during the elections.
After enduring a withering 48 hours of what he called a witch hunt aimed at destroying his career, controversial conservative journalist and public figure Milo Yiannopoulos announced his resignation from Breitbart News effective immediately Tuesday.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has vetoed two bills, one that would've removed state funds to Planned Parenthood and another that would've allowed homeschooled students to take part in public school sports leagues.
A Christian mother is accusing the social media giant Facebook of censorship after her account was suspended over posts on what the Bible says about homosexuality and sin.
The pastor of a Melbourne, Florida, church said he felt "demonic activity" and "religious zeal" at President Donald Trump's weekend rally that left him and his young daughter traumatized.
The influence of the "cultural Left" on the Democratic Party has become a real problem for American political discourse, prominent progressive Christian leader and social justice advocate the Rev. Jim Wallis has warned.
Contrary to claims of "liberation" and "female empowerment," women bear the brunt of the sexual revolution and gender ideology, according to the author of a new book outlining the harms such beliefs are causing in women's lives.
An LGBT group is launching an Ash Wednesday observance in which they will take the traditional ash cross on the forehead and add glitter to it.
A diocese of The Episcopal Church is suing the federal government over President Donald Trump's executive order curbing immigration from seven predominantly Muslim nations.
Tony Dungy, the first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl, detailed at a race and faith forum on Thursday how he almost let racism end his football career before it even got started.
David Platt, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board, apologized Wednesday for the division caused by the organization's decision to join an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief to support a New Jersey Islamic society's right to build a mosque.
Ignite, a weekend Christian conference that expects to attract some 10,000 men to Liberty University next month, is now drawing criticism for including on their speakers list accused rapist and NFL quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Dr. Joe White, president of Kanakuk Kamps who is being sued for covering up sexual abuse of boys.
Pastor Brian Houston of Hillsong church in Sydney, Australia, has announced the launch of three new locations, including one in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has awarded an $880,000 contract to an Episcopal Diocese to help battle obesity.
Retired WNBA star Candice Wiggins said she was harassed and bullied by lesbian teammates throughout her career and that a "toxic" environment in the league led her to cut her professional basketball career short.
In DeVon Franklin's next book, the minister and film producer is sharing spiritual insight that he didn't learn in church — but in Hollywood.
Naghmeh Abedini, a campaigner for religious freedom, has slammed movies like the recently released erotic-drama "Fifty Shades Darker" and the porn industry by suggesting that they feed a culture of abuse.
After years of negative press in the mainstream media, the success of "Hacksaw Ridge" has Warner Brothers studios pursuing Mel Gibson to direct the sequel to "Suicide Squad."
When Chance The Rapper made history by being the first artist to win a Grammy Award off of a mixtape, even his fellow rapper Kendrick Lamar had to glorify God for the feat.
Christians who hold a young earth creationist view should not feel the need to "rectify their faith" or buy into the current scientific paradigm on the origin of the universe, a Bible scholar argued.
Wilayat Sinai, a terror group in Egypt affiliated with the Islamic State, has called Christians its "favorite prey" and warned believers to prepare for more attacks.
A captured Islamic State terror group soldier, who claims to have raped over 200 women and killed as many as 500 people in total, tried to explain that the reason IS carries out mass rape of women and children is because "young men need this."
As many as 78 members of Congress have signed a letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urging him to release a Christian pastor from North Carolina, who was imprisoned in Turkey on a false terrorism charge because of his Christian faith.
A controversial Pentecostal megachurch in Brazil has launched Bible-based telenovelas that focus on stories from the Old Testament. The shows have been growing in popularity and reaching great commercial success.
The communist government of China has arrested four South Korean Christian missionaries and expelled at least 32 more after carrying out a series of police raids on churches, according to reports.
Almost nobody knows what's happening to the Christians of Nigeria—but even fewer care. Here's why we should.
If there is one thing that I am grateful to see coming from the Trump presidency, it has been the sudden renewed interest in applying Biblical principles to our country's moral and ethical dilemmas amongst so many on the progressive left.
Here are the most frequent comments we heard from church staff. These are ten ways pastors can be great bosses.
The more you see something shocking, the less shocking it appears, and the more something outrageous happens, the less outrageous it seems to be.
I had read the book of Romans countless times, but on one particular day a theological truth in chapter five startled the mess out of me.
Conservative gay activist Milo Yiannopoulos is surrounded by controversy yet again, first because he was invited by the conservative giant CPAC to keynote their next conference
I'm gonna get a lot of email about this commentary, so let me say this up front: I like animals. And pets are wonderful things. But. . . .
"You couldn't turn away." So said Fox News analyst Howard Kurtz about President Trump's one hour, 16-minute news conference at the White House on Thursday.
Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade is now singing with the angels.
In the course of three decades, I have seen some pastors thrive and some pastors fail. And I have seen two common reasons for pastors failing.
Even before Wednesday's Trump-Netanyahu White House meeting, there had been much conjecture that the 'Two State Solution' is dead.
Tens of millions of Americans were shocked to their core by the unforeseen, unprecedented, and turbulent presidential election of 2016. Even more shocking for many have been the divisive rhetoric, demonstrations (sometimes violent) and vows of complete resistance to President Trump and his new administration commencing before his inauguration.
Is Genesis history? That is the title of an intriguing new film, hosted by Del Tackett, who created and hosted "The Truth Project" (for Focus on the Family), which was seen by some 12 million people worldwide.
Over the past 15 years of ministry, there have been multiple times when I've counseled with a husband, or my wife has counseled with another wife, who wanted to leave their spouse.
How did these few churches go from near death to vibrant life? Here are their stories.
There is only one thing more appalling than the Washington Supreme Court's 9-0 ruling against religious liberty today.
Jesus doesn't hand out Get Out Of Hell Free passes — he hands out crosses. He warned it would not be those who merely profess his lordship over their lives that inherit the Kingdom of heaven.
Hollywood certainly knew what it was doing when it combined two of the favorite things of most U.S. kids — Legos and Batman — into an animated film.
Objective realities aren't subject to feelings, but increasingly, that's the verdict of our celebrity-driven culture. Just ask Beyoncé's twins.
The Washington State Supreme Court has punished a florist for running her business according to her faith.
What does the Bible have to say about how to have an uncomfortable conversation about compensation? Is it more "Christian" to take a lower salary and give up worldly riches?
It must be nice to be untouchable by mainstream media. You can lie through those shiny white teeth and mainstream media will treat every rehearsed and distorted word like truth.
I should have mentioned something. I was in a position to, but I didn't!
A Christian worldview impacts every area of life. Including making your house a home.
What can we gather from the life of the famous preacher George Whitefield for our edification and encouragement today?
Last month the Guttmacher Institute released updated abortion statistics for the United States. Their latest survey of abortion facilities indicate that the number of abortions fell by approximately five percent between 2011 and 2014.
Singer and actor Harry Connick Jr. had a unique idea for a talk show. He just didn't know if anyone else would go along with it.
It turns out that Planned Parenthood is not interested in seeing you if you're planning to become a parent. So why do they keep insisting otherwise? Money.
That is an unpopular idea right there — that God opposes the faithless. It's definitely not something frequently proclaimed from pulpits in America.
Compromising. We don't like that word. But compromising is indeed a necessary trait for leaders, even leaders in the local church. Allow me then to offer five basic principles of compromising for those who serve the local church.
In some respects, it would be hard to imagine a more direct rebuke to Big Abortion than Beyoncé's elaborate performance at Sunday night's Grammy Awards.