Members of President Donald Trump's evangelical advisory council have directly voiced their concerns to the administration about its efforts to deport over 100 Iraqi Christians back to a nation in which they could face persecution for their faith in Christ.
Facebook has restored close to two dozen Roman Catholic Facebook pages it blocked earlier this week, and blamed a "spam detection tool" for the error.
U.K. residents are signing onto a petition opposing the re-entry of Sally Jones, a former British punk rocker who left England in 2013 to join the Islamic State terror group in Syria.
Conservative students are more fearful about speaking up on college campuses than their liberal peers, according to a recently released study.
Ken Ham, president of the Answers in Genesis Christian ministry that built the $100 million Ark Encounter biblical theme park in Williamstown, Kentucky, riled LGBT advocates Tuesday when he announced that they will be reclaiming the rainbow for God with permanent rainbow lights for their life-sized Noah's Ark replica.
U.S. lawmakers have made significant steps toward granting permanent residence status to terminally-ill 11-month-old British baby Charlie Gard, whose parents hope to take him to America for potentially life-saving treatment.
The delay in admitting transgender people into the military is due to scientific disagreements over the best treatments for gender dysphoria, a general testified to Congress.
Members of Light of the World Christian Center, a megachurch in Topeka, Kansas, say they'll remember Pastor Greg Varney for his "unwavering commitment" to God after it was announced that he died on Monday.
A black academic from Oklahoma is renouncing his Southern Baptist ordination because of the massive support for Donald Trump within the denomination, and alleges the SBC is "complicit" in the rise of the alt-right. Yet noted SBC leaders believe he is furthering a misleading narrative that does not reflect the reality of Southern Baptist life and thinking.
Former accomplished mixed martial artist and ex-professional wrestler Ken Shamrock told worshipers at a California megachurch that they should reject "passive" Christianity.
A deacon at the historic Marble Collegiate Church President Donald Trump once attended in Manhattan has launched a large-scale search for a kidney donor after a hard-fought but successful battle with cancer left his own kidneys significantly damaged.
A Center for Disease Control report released this month has renewed pressure on the Motion Picture Association of America to change its film rating system so that movies with smoking or tobacco use be given an R rating. However, one family media watchdog has warned against such a change.
Actress and film producer Roma Downey announced the release of her new book, Box of Butterflies, on Friday and revealed that its colorful pages will serve as a reminder that God's love changes people from the inside out.
A social media game called the "Blue Whale Challenge" in which children are urged to cut themselves and take their own lives is raising alarm in the United States where suicide prevention advocates are advising parents to be vigilant.
The role of Jasmine in the upcoming live-action "Aladdin" film has been announced, and the actress happens to be a Christian.
Amnesty International's Turkey director, along with five other human rights workers, were handed down formal arrest orders by a Turkish court on Tuesday in what the watchdog group has called President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's "human rights meltdown."
A video has emerged of a mass brawl in front of Calgary's city hall in Canada, where Christian demonstrators clashed with an LGBT "Anti-Fascist Action" group.
Archaeologists at Shiloh in the West Bank who are searching for the Ark of the Covenant have said they've discovered ancient clues that could suggest they're getting closer to determining whether the site really held the stone tablets bearing the 10 Commandments.
A Christian charity is praising the U.K. government for requiring porn websites to deny access to those under 18.
I was sad to see the announcement but not surprised, as yet another hyper-grace teacher took a giant step towards apostasy.
A federal judge in Illinois handed down a major victory for religious conscience and free speech protection Wednesday, granting a statewide preliminary injunction against a 2016 law change that would force pro-life medical providers to refer patients to abortion businesses upon request.
Unsurprisingly, the Times article does a very poor job explaining why social conservatives are seeking to undo the HHS mandate.
Which kind of ethics will make America great again?
What would Chuck Colson have said about the case of little Charlie Gard? Who should decide who lives and who dies?
The Religious Right and Left may disagree on a lot of things, but the importance of prayer shouldn't be one of them.
When was the last time you heard a Christian ask an unbeliever, "Have you been saved?"
The topic of evangelism has grown strangely quiet in many churches. Pastors are not talking about it. Other church leaders aren't talking about it. Members aren't talking about it.
No matter the crisis, when Christians take the love of Jesus to the hurting and suffering, hope and transformation are sure to follow.
In order to answer the question, "Would Jesus bake the cake?" we have to know Jesus. Not just any Jesus or some genie-Jesus, but the real Jesus.
As the drumbeat to oust President Trump reaches near fever pitch, it is important for all fair-minded Americans to understand if that happens, America as we know it is finished ... done.
I'm glad for Eugene Peterson's retraction on same-sex marriage, though his statements are still puzzling. Even more, they're revealing. First, they reveal the crisis of authority among evangelicals. So much of this conversation, and many others within the evangelical church, is driven by celebrities instead of doctrine.
As a parent, grandparent, Internet safety expert and child advocate, I found the recent article in Teen Vogue Anal Sex: What You Need to Know/How to Do it the Right Way (July 7, 2017), which headlined its website for four days, deeply troubling on many levels.
To my brothers and sisters in ministry, I appeal to you in the sight of God: Please speak plainly and clearly when it comes to homosexuality, and please do so with compassion and love.
In the aftermath of Eugene Peterson's controversial remarks about homosexuality, followed by his retraction, many have asked me if they should still use The Message.
In the 1990s and early 2000s, the pro-life position made some impressive gains in the court of public opinion, but over the last eight years, there has been a veritable public-opinion stalemate on this issue.
A popular argument the left uses to attack conservatives is accusing them of wanting to return the country to the way things were in the 1950s. This is a clever, subtle tactic meant to set up an artificial debate based on the left's narrow premises.
Despite the massive media attention given to the claim that Russia attempted to influence last year's election, the greatest threat to American democracy is vote fraud at home.
The WNBA's Seattle Storm co-owner, Dawn Trudeau, is taking pride in being the first sports team to partner with the nation's leading abortion business.
This is not a satire. I am not spoofing you. What I'm telling you is the truth. A radical feminist website is warning all of you who are pet owners not to misgender your pets. You could hurt them without knowing it! I am not making this up.
Growing churches are growing largely by transfer growth. Most of them are not reaching people with the gospel. They are growing at the expense of other churches.
For years I struggled internally to find balance. It didn't seem to matter what I did, or how I did it, I simply could NOT find balance. The sad part is deep down I knew exactly what I needed to do but that wasn't part of MY plan.
Recently, Matthew Walther, a national correspondent for The Week, wrote, "I used to watch Game of Thrones. Then I realized it was endangering my immortal soul."
Perhaps, the most overused word in America is "hate." All you have to do is accuse someone who disagrees with you of hate, and that's it: guilty as charged.
I don't think "abuse" is too strong a word for a mother who refuses to acknowledge the biological reality of her child's sex, and to raise him or her in denial of such reality. The potential for harm here is great.