Noted advocates for children and families are unmasking how transgender activism has entered the public school system, and urging Christians to put aside differences with ideological opponents to resist it.
A Korean-American missionary who was tortured by North Koreans has begged U.S. President Donald Trump to resist going to war with Kim Jong Un, warning that a military option could kill countless of civilians and many of the hidden Christians there.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces on Sunday launched their "final" assault on Raqqa, the former de-facto capital of Islamic State, after a convoy of fighters from the terror group and their families were allowed to leave the city.
The United States Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal in a case regarding a Ten Commandments display on public property in New Mexico, thus allowing a lower court ruling against the display to stand.
Colorado Christian baker Jack Phillips has reportedly been asked to make a birthday cake for Satan this Halloween season, as he prepares to defend his rights before the Supreme Court not to work gay weddings.
Speaking on Fox News, Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of First Baptist Dallas, urged all Christians and conservatives to call Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and tell him they are as mad as "H.E.-Double L" about his obstruction of President Donald Trump's nominations for judges who would protect conservative values.
Since fleeing deadly violence in Indonesia two decades ago, Meldy and Eva Lumangkun built a life in suburban New Hampshire and raised four children, their illegal status long tolerated by U.S. immigration authorities. But they were recently told by ICE officials to buy one-way tickets back to Indonesia.
Bill Hybels, the founder and Senior Pastor of Willow Creek Community Church, announced the names of two leaders who will take on new roles to replace the role of senior pastor as he transitions out of the church leadership next year.
A group of Georgia churches are holding an event in response to the recent violence in Charlottesville and the overall state of division in the United States.
Christian author and theologian John Piper has suggested that a famous quote by Nelson Mandela in regards to racism, which when posted by former U.S. President Barack Obama became the most popular tweet of all time, may not hold up to the teaching of Scripture.
A California nondenominational church and its congregants have opened their doors to those forced to evacuate because of this week's wildfire in Orange County and will be leading a multiethnic community prayer gathering on Friday.
Christian comedy has expanded its reach throughout the years, bringing the joy of the Lord beyond the four walls of the church. Now, a new generation of comedians are carrying the proverbial torch passed on by veteran comics like Tim Hawkins, Michael Jr., Henry Cho and Chonda Pierce to new levels.
The Philadelphia Eagles are receiving praise for showcasing their strong faith prior to their game against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night after the NFL team rallied around and celebrated a teammate who was baptized in the hotel pool.
Inspired by her late husband, Frank Gifford, three-time Emmy Award-winner Kathie Lee Gifford debuted her new song, "He Saw Jesus," on Thursday's "Today" show.
CCM artist Lauren Daigle is venturing beyond Christian music by writing a song for the No. 1 movie in the country, "Blade Runner 2049."
At least two churches in Australia have been spray-painted over the weekend with graffiti that says "crucify No voters," referring to those who vote against gay marriage in the country's postal vote survey.
A Muslim convert in the United Kingdom threatened to blow up a hospital but authorities could not charge him under the Terrorism Act because his Facebook profile was set to "private."
A Coptic Christian priest was stabbed to death Thursday by a suspected member of the Islamic State terror group in Cairo's northeastern suburb of El–Marg. A video of the murder and the attacker was posted online.
A Nigerian bishop warned that the widely reported decline of Christianity throughout the Western world is "absolutely" having a negative affect on the Catholic Church in his country.
A headline on the conservative, RedState website announces, "Trump's Cheap 'Merry Christmas' Christianity Continues To Sway Evangelicals." Is this true?
The Nashville Statement is a recent document addressing contemporary issues of sexuality and affirming traditional Christian views. It has been signed by a significant number of Christian leaders. Unfortunately, as we have come to expect in our polarized society, it has also occasioned the predictable firestorm of angry denunciation.
Tragically, many Christians—or at least those who identify as Christians—have given up the Bible without a whimper of protest. Biblical illiteracy is running rampant. No wonder our culture is awash in confusion.
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a major bill to ban the gruesome practice of aborting a child at 20 weeks and beyond, a move that was followed up by the Senate's introduction of a similar bill two days later.
Many pastors and church leaders are miserable because of fewer than five percent of the church members.
Please help me to understand something. I'm not a Muslim, but I can speak about Islam. I'm not gay, but I can address LGBT issues. I'm not an atheist, but I can address atheism. Yet when I weigh in constructively on racial issues in America, I'm told I have no right to speak or, worse still, I'm accused of racism. Why is that?
Lisbon isn't a place that one thinks of first when planning a trip across the pond. Yet, the Portuguese capital (population 506,892) should be atop your list of where to go, right now.
Raising responsible kids is no microwave magic; it takes consistent time and energy. The results are often not instantaneous — diligence and perseverance will be your greatest assets, but the rewards far outweigh the challenges.
In the Gulf Kingdom of Bahrain resides a centuries-old tradition of religious coexistence that might help fast-track a new paradigm of respect for the "other" in a deeply troubled region.
My purpose is to confront the larger hypocrisy of Hollywood, an industry that has made billions of dollars selling sex, an industry that encourages all kinds of sexploitation.
The Polish people have proven to be some of the greatest God-fearing, freedom-loving people on earth. Many of them proved it again just this past weekend.
Hollywood, the Land of Make-Believe and Botox injections, loves to inject its "moral" authority into every social issue. But, like everything Tinseltown produces, it's all duplicitous.
When churches close, their buildings can be difficult to repurpose. So developers are turning them into beer halls.
Why did I agree to speak a conference that I have blasted in the past for being anti-Zionistic and perhaps even anti-Semitic? Why I am participating in an event that has been used to propagate what I have branded "a deadly anti-Israel theological error"? (I meant the word "deadly" quite literally.)
Jerry Spinelli said, "Peer pressure is just that: pressure." And the age when most people feel the greatest pressure to "fit in" is during the middle school years. No wonder Jeff Kinney said, "I've never run into a person who yearns for their middle school days."
Dear Chuck: I have been in my current job for only two years since graduation and am starting to feel I made a mistake. ... What career fields have a promising future and how can I make the transition?
"You have to sleep your way to the top in Hollywood." This has been the unspoken Hollywood secret for decades: the powerful manipulate, corrupt, and abuse the young and vulnerable.
So when Stephen Paddock, the recent mass murderer in Vegas, reached for guns I knew just who he must have been. I had grown up with these lonely desperate people.
Politics is a complicated game. By necessity, it involves partnering with imperfect people. It also involves strategically not partnering with certain people, despite shared interests.
The couple celebrated their seventy-fifth wedding anniversary last year. Charles was one hundred years old; Sara was ninety-eight and had suffered a stroke. They lived together in their home in Napa, California. This week, they died together.
Colin Kaepernick said his protest was all about the flag. The NFL Players Union, which supports the players' right to kneel, stated that the protests are not about the flag.
It seems the height of intellectual inconsistency to spend weeks defending and applauding players who generate publicity for their cause by engaging in an action that is distracting and offensive to many people, but then turn around and cast reproach upon a Vice President generating publicity for his cause by engaging in an action that you found distracting and offensive.
When Matt was very young, his parents introduced him to a family friend. Matt was excited because he had someone to play with; his parents were pleased because he could entertain Matt when they were busy.
After 40 U.S. billionaires pledged several years ago to donate at least half of their fortunes to charity, headlines proclaimed that philanthropy had become a "new status symbol" for the wealthy.
Transgender activism will never succeed in reshaping our society for one simple reason: It is not natural. Biological differences are too deeply instilled in the human race. Male-female distinctives are too obvious and real. It is futile to declare war on gender.