A Christian pastor in Sudan says the government has "declared war against Christians" because it's fearful Muslims will be led to Jesus Christ, which is the reason why pastors are being imprisoned and churches are being demolished in the Islamic nation.
Legalizing assisted suicide opens the door for all kinds of human rights abuses, puts a price on human life, and diminishes the dignity of the human being, according to conservative leaders gathered at CPAC.
The United Nation's child protection agency UNICEF has exposed what it called a "terrifying" epidemic of rape, sexual abuse, slavery, and other brutalities being carried out on migrant women and children trying to cross into Europe.
The right of Christian students to speak their minds on campuses nationwide will continue to be infringed by left-leaning academic leaders until Republican lawmakers pass laws that prohibit colleges from ignoring the rights of conservative students, a college dean told CPAC on Saturday.
More than 100 headstones were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, over the weekend, days after more than 150 headstones were found damaged in St. Louis, Missouri, according to reports.
The son of the late legendary boxer Muhammad Ali was detained for hours by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection for questioning in a Florida airport, and was allegedly asked, "Are you Muslim?"
Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, says the reported rise of anti-Semitism in America is coming from "evil haters" who are "enraged" that President Donald Trump is showing solidarity with Israel.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio explained Sunday why he hasn't been participating in town hall meetings, which, he said, were aimed only at allowing activists to "heckle and scream" at him and not at discussing ideas.
More than any other religious group, a strong majority of white evangelical Protestants hold a positive view of President Donald Trump, according to a new survey. They are also the only religious group to to favor the temporary ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries.
After July 1, Tim Keller, founding pastor of the multi-campus Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, will no longer be at the church's helm.
A distinguished Pennsylvanian African-American Baptist pastor believes that American Christianity needs to break from American patriotism.
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.
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.
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.
Jeremy Lin's return to the Brooklyn Nets after missing 26 games ended in a tough team loss. But the point guard is still focusing on God and finding reasons to be thankful.
After the successful launch of the new hit show "Harry," host Harry Connick Jr. is sharing inspiring advice for Americans: "We are all God's children."
The six-time Oscar nominated film "Hacksaw Ridge" is breaking barriers in Hollywood by proving that an inspirational film rooted in faith can be successful outside of a niche Christian community.
Dr. Oz teamed up with preacher Franklin to bring faith to the forefront on his hit daytime talk show and he told The Christian Post that the Hollywood producer and minister played an integral role in making it all happen.
A gold statue depicting rap mogul Kanye West as Jesus Christ crucified on the Cross has been erected in the heart of Los Angeles ahead of the Oscars.
Five persecuted Christians in China have reportedly been sentenced to between three to seven years in prison for purchasing and selling what authorities called "forbidden Christian devotional books."
Vatican leader Pope Francis has suggested that when it comes to how people live their lives, it's better to be an atheist than someone who claims to be a Christian but leads an unChristian life of greed and selfishness.
A Coptic Christian man was shot in the head while his son was burned alive in El-Arish, North Sinai, just days after Islamic State-affiliates called believers their "favorite prey."
Masses of Arab women are being raped and tortured by Islamic State militants, alongside Christians and Yazidis, with one mother revealing that she had tried to kill herself to end her suffering because she was being raped daily in front of her children.
Contrary to almost all the news reporting on this story, the real question addressed by the new administration's guidance is not (at least not directly), "Which restrooms or locker rooms should students who identify as transgender use?"
Do you think you don't have time to read a book? I'll tell you how to read two hundred this year. Seriously.
Over 50 percent of Americans believe we spend 25 percent of the U.S. budget on discretionary funding of foreign assistance. In reality, it is less than two-thirds of one percent, less than a penny to the dollar.
President Trump commented at his press conference last week that he "inherited a mess". His comments sparked a loud opposing response from the mainstream media to the effect that President Trump inherited a healthy economy from President Obama.
I watched the Oscars last night. I was rooting for Hacksaw Ridge to win for Picture, Director, and Actor of the Year, but I knew it was a long shot.
When exhorted to, "Love your neighbor well" by some of the nation's most respected faith leaders, all Christians, including those of us in public policy advocacy in Washington, D.C., would do well to listen carefully and heartily apply the message.
I do not write these words lightly, and there is not an ounce of mockery or, God forbid, hatred in my heart when I say that Caitlyn Jenner is a man wearing a dress.
Can we fight discrimination and preserve religious freedom at the same time? Absolutely. But we need some clarity first.
Certain lawmakers in the North Carolina General Assembly are in a tizzy to reach a compromise on HB 2 to satisfy the NCAA, and other sports entities.
Doug Coe, who died February 21, was one of the most strategic people in Washington, D.C., a city of titans.
A common misconception about the Christian season of Lent is that it's only for the other Christians: the Catholic Christians, the super-spiritual Christians, the Orthodox Christians, or the millennial Christians who've decided they love liturgy and incense.
Preacher eater churches? I had never heard the term until I became a pastor.
It's good for us to remember the heroic faith of those who've gone before us. And then to go and do likewise.
The startling article "What to Get a Friend Post-Abortion" was recently published by Teen Vogue, guiding teenage girls on how to comfort their friends who are recovering from abortions.
David Oyelowo did not have to look very far for inspiration for his newest film, A United Kingdom.
Because our bodies matter to God — and not just in a moral sense — our rest matters to God, too. So much so, He built it into the rhythms of the universe.
The fundamental problem for Milo's sympathizers is that he emphatically did not go too far.
It happened when I posted something to social media lamenting author Jen Hatmaker's disastrous decision to affirm gay unions.
What do Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon, George Takei, and Milo Yiannopoulos have in common?
Here's a variation of a joke I heard recently that is circulating among conservatives. The pope and Trump were out on a ship and suddenly a gust of wind causes the pontiff's hat to fly several feet away from the boat on surface of the water. Trump gets out of the boat and walks on water to retrieve the miter.
Donald Vander Boon has been operating a meatpacking center in Michigan for almost 15 years — but thanks to the federal government, it's his freedom that's getting butchered.
Dear Chuck, Credit cards are killing me, and it feels like getting a handle on money is some kind of 12-step program. Where do I begin?
I write these words burning with indignation in light of the truly sick, pro-pederasty comments that have surfaced in recent days.
Passion is high in America on issues relating to refugees. The pundits, politicians, and even preachers are weighing in. How do we find our way through these complex issues?
Do you ever worry your faith might fail before you finish the race (2 Timothy 4:7)?
Republicans agree that Obamacare has failed and must be repealed. But they can't agree on the replacement "plan."
Almost nobody knows what's happening to the Christians of Nigeria—but even fewer care. Here's why we should.
Have you ever watched a movie where the good guy got framed for what the bad guy did and you felt morally indignant, desperate to see justice done and the horrible wrongs made right?
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.