In what appears to be an official campaign to rid Turkey of foreign Christian workers, the country’s authorities have sent deportation orders to two American Christian workers, according to a religious persecution watchdog.
A congregation in Tennessee has donated $1,000 to each member of their local police department as a sign of appreciation for the work they do to protect the community.
As activists demand a full investigation into the death of a white New Jersey pastor’s adopted black son found hanging from a tree and question possible murder motives, authorities say they are still investigating.
Former Republican presidential candidate and businessman Herman Cain is still hospitalized with COVID-19 but “making progress” as prayers are “making a difference,” his team stated in an update Sunday.
It ought not surprise us to encounter cultural apathy to the lives of the elderly and disabled when it comes to stopping the spread of a disease that inconveniences the rest of us.
Many who support their children’s same-sex attraction often say, “I don’t think scripture ‘clearly’ states much of anything regarding this issue.”
Our world is far bigger than the apostle John understood when he wrote the Book of Revelation. And today, it is far better connected than it has ever been.
This morning I drove to my son’s grave. At 27 years old, I never fathomed I would be driving to a family member’s ...
If there is any cultural icon who deserves to be canceled for racist attitudes, it is Charles Darwin. Or were you not aware of how his ideas helped fuel the fires of eugenics?
The good news is that the Holy Spirit stands ready to empower us in this quest and to help us fulfill our purpose.
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A genocide expert and former Congressman Frank Wolf have warned that violence being committed against Christians in Nigeria and the U.S. government’s “failed” response to it could lead to another genocide like the ones that occurred in Rwanda and Darfur.
As the United States continues to report a surge in coronavirus cases, Americans have been debating the use of face masks and whether governments should require them.
Phil Vischer, creator of the popular Christian animation "VeggieTales" and voice of Bob the Tomato, has been actively using his platform to address issues of racial injustice. The Christian Post spoke with the animator to discover his passion behind tackling these issues and his response to his conservative followers.