Not getting what you need from the Bible? Well, just listen for God's voice elsewhere, we're told. But here's a fair warning, we often do a convincing impersonation.
Dear Chuck, So many financial experts offer differing opinions about whether parents should give their children an allowance and whether that allowance should be for chores or just something received without being tied to work. What do you recommend in terms of giving a child an allowance and whether work should be part of that?
The Democrat Party presidential debates have been so snooze-worthy, it's enough to make you wonder if maybe the Democrat National Committee should schedule future debates sometime between Bernie Sanders' and Hillary Clinton's afternoon naps and the senior citizen early bird hour over at Golden Corral.
One of our focuses here at XXXchurch has always been on those who are in the porn industry. We meet so many of them during outreaches and we've long known that they're regular people, just like you and me: they have dreams for life, they have bills to pay, they have parents and family and (occasionally) children.
China Aid, a Christian human rights organization based in the U.S., says Pastor Gu Yuese of Hangzhou's Chongyi Church, the largest government sanctioned church in China, has no chance to escape sentencing by the Communist Party for standing up against the crackdown on churches.
With more than a million unique donations being made to Gospel for Asia annually, Monday's bombshell class action lawsuit against one of the largest missions agencies based in the U.S. could potentially involve no less than "tens of thousands" of plaintiffs and the agency says it's still waiting to be served.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio has decided to stand behind a piece of legislation that for now keeps the ban on women from being required to register for a hypothetical military draft.
Couples in which both the man and the woman regularly attend worship services or in which only the man attends worship are in the "happiest" relationships, according to a recent study.
As much of the media focuses on America's racial divide from the perspective of minority communities, Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were given the opportunity Thursday night to discuss overlooked problems facing America's white population.
The wife of U.S. Senator Ted Cruz recently told a radio broadcast that her husband is running "to show this country the face of the God that we serve."
A pro-abortion staff member at Purdue University has allegedly threatened to rape pro-life women in an online comment to an article posted by the pro-life website Live Action News.
Christians who want to serve in medical missions don't have to travel to the interior of Africa to help people in need when there are countless opportunities to serve in the U.S., says Dr. Paul Osteen, who's hosting the Mobilizing Medical Missions Conference in Houston next week.
Pastor Steven Furtick celebrates Elevation Church's 10th anniversary, as well as 40,000 "professions of faith."
Faithful throughout the world participated in Ash Wednesday services yesterday at the start the Lenten season, and hundreds took the opportunity to join one Methodist congregation in its "Drive Thru Ashes" event.
Gospel for Asia, one of the largest missions agencies based in the U.S., was named in a class action lawsuit Monday alleging that it and several affiliates fraudulently solicited hundreds of millions of dollars in charitable donations and misdirected the fund to the organization's leader.
A soup kitchen run by an order of nuns in the San Francisco area faces eviction after their rent was substantially increased by their landlord.
God doesn't mind if his followers have hobbies outside of church, as long as they maintain a Christ-centered perspective throughout their week, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
Before Cam Newton stormed out of his press conference following his Carolina Panthers' Super Bowl 50 loss, the quarterback's mother, Jackie, advised him to use his platform to promote Jesus Christ.
The award-winning children's book, "The Jesus Storybook Bible," which based on biblical stories featuring Jesus, has passed the major milestone of selling 2 million copies.
Tina Campbell's position in the award-winning gospel duo Mary Mary is in jeopardy in the fifth season of her WEtv hit show with her sister and fellow group member, Erica Campbell.
"The View" Co-host Candace Cameron Bure makes it clear that she's uncomfortable with the use of foul language on the show.
Would God really tell Grammy Award winning gospel singer and Pastor Le'Andria Johnson to minister to prostitutes by giving them cigarettes and condoms?
A top Iranian official claims that Republican members of Congress directly asked the Iranian administration to hold off on releasing Pastor Saeed Abedini and three other American hostages until the eve of the 2016 elections.
The father of five Romanian Pentecostal children who were taken into custody by the Norwegian government last year was finally allowed to visit with his two oldest sons for the first time in nearly three months.
A disabled Christian man who has been sentenced to death alongside his wife for allegedly sending blasphemous text messages to an Islamic cleric has filed an appeal at Lahore High Court, seeking bail due to his deteriorating health.
After the toy company Mattel gave the classic doll Barbie a dramatic makeover with a variety of skintones and body types last month, a woman in Nigeria has taken to Instagram to show Muslim girls how they can transform Barbie into a hijab-wearing icon they can identify with.
Radical militias with Iranian support are reportedly attacking Christian communities in Iraq, seizing property and sites of cultural interest.
Being the bargain hunter I am, I set out to do my research and get the detailed price breakdown to find out who wins the price war when it comes to cost versus what you get.
Stress and cancer expert Dr. Pete Sulack provides list of practical things to do to avoid getting cancer in honor of National Cancer Prevention Month in February.
Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis is sharing his heartfelt testimony about a heart condition and three ACL injuries that he believes God helped him through on the journey to Super Bowl 50.
Max Lucado shares ways that God's promises can encourage Christians through the unique challenges of parenthood.