Christians and other civilians trapped in Marawi City in the Philippines are being tortured and used as sex slaves and human shields by an Islamic State-affiliated terror group.
To call oneself "gay" is to shortchange sexual reality, says lay minister Daniel Mattson, who used to identify as homosexual but now leads a chaste life despite having same-sex attractions.
The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation pressured a North Carolina Sheriff's office to make changes to a prayer event scheduled to be held on its premises that featured Billy Graham's daughter and evangelist Anne Graham Lotz.
The United States Supreme Court on Monday decided to let a limited version of President Donald Trump's travel ban go into effect and Christian leaders within the refugee resettlement community have expressed concern.
Citing a need to help people find purpose and meaning by bringing people closer together, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his company will be shifting its mission to focus on building communities that help to connect people with each other like churches and Little League clubs do.
Military chiefs have reportedly requested a six-month delay for implementing an Obama-era policy that would allow openly transgender Americans to enlist in the armed services.
The United States Supreme Court has reversed a lower court that upheld an Arkansas law that treated same-sex and opposite-sex married couples differently regarding the issuing of birth certificates.
After North Carolina televangelist Todd Coontz was indicted on tax fraud charges last week, claiming that his $1.5 million condo and luxury cars were "business expenses," a group that monitors ecclesiastical fraud has warned that some preachers are "raping" the Christian community.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord George Carey resigned from his role in the church in light of an independent report showing that he and the Church of England colluded to cover up the sex offenses of Bishop Peter Ball.
The Rev. Billy Graham warned in a daily devotional post that the world has reverted to a "sort of barbarism," with practical Christianity declining and people forgetting Jesus' words.
Christianity is a faith with a long and detailed history, with numerous events of lasting significance occurring throughout the ages.
Countless celebrities have thanked God after receiving BET Awards throughout the years and Sunday's 2017 BET Awards celebration was no different.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, who is now the NFL's highest paid player, was asked what he's going to buy. The Christian athlete said he will pay his tithe, eat at Chick-fil-A and "help a lot of people around the world."
Jennifer Knapp, a former Christian artist who came out as a lesbian in 2010, said she sometimes feels tired of the labels people place on her, arguing that "love is universal" in the wake of her latest album release.
Several "American Idol" alums have gone on to have successful careers in the Christian music industry and season 11 finalist Jeremy Rosado is on course to do just that.
Six Christians who were arrested in May for taking 72 children to a Vacation Bible School camp in Madhya Pradesh state, India, have reportedly been charged with kidnapping and forcible conversions as police refuse to recognize the children as Christians.
Collection plates in the Church of England are being digitized, an effort leaders say will enable millennial churchgoers to give more easily since many no longer carry cash.
Weeks after Canada's Senate passed a law against the use of wrong gender pronouns allowing violators to be charged with hate crimes, the Swedish government says it is also considering including "gender expression and identity" into its existing hate crime legislation.
The biblical narrative that the first Egyptian Dynasty descended from the biblical Ham, the son of Noah, as told in the book of Genesis, could well be supported by recent research based on DNA taken from Egyptian mummies, analysts said.
What does the largest and fastest growing minority group in America think of Israel as a nation in 2017, and of the American policies toward Israel?
I've been reading the book of Genesis lately and the story of Joseph is a fascinating one.
Okay, so government cannot "establish religion." But can it discriminate against religion? The Supreme Court has decided no.
Many philosophers, christian theologians and prophetic men are speaking of Western civilization entering into a new dark age similar to the medieval dark ages. Human history has been short, fickle and full of uncertainty and the time of darkening upon the world should concern us as christian believers.
President Trump: I was reading a very hostile article about you this week, but the writer made one charge that carried some weight, namely, that you created the atmosphere in which you now have to live. Sadly, there's some truth to this.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court rightly agreed to review lower court rulings on President Trump's travel ban and partially stayed injunctions imposed by leftist judges, Trump should decide what to do about dual citizens from Canada after the June 21 terrorist attack in Flint, Michigan, committed by a Canadian man who is also a citizen of Tunisia — a place well known for supplying the largest number of fighters to the Islamic State.
Last month's suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester wasn't the first time an Islamist terrorist targeted young people out for a night of fun. In 2001, a Hamas-affiliated terrorist blew himself up outside the Dolphinarium, a Tel Aviv nightclub, killing 21 Israelis, including 16 teenagers.
Will California's 200 pro-life pregnancy centers and medical clinics be forced by the state to advertise taxpayer-funded abortions on their own dime?
The essential difference between Christianity and Islam is the difference between Jesus and Muhammad.
In the Kingdom of God, there is no such thing as a Millennial. That is a man-made term with a man-made definition.
His son George W. is much better known for his religious convictions, but the senior Bush has a very strong faith as well, which significantly shaped his character and policies as president.
Ever hear the old saw that religious people are on the wrong side of history? It isn't true. Turns out, we're on the right side of the future as well.
Prayer led by the pastor of the church used to be a normal part of worship services. What was deemed in the past as a part of public worship, has now been minimized, eliminated, or delegated. This is not acceptable or good for the church.
Don't wait for tragedy to strike. Live in Gospel urgency now by choice and share the message of Jesus with friends, family, co-workers, neighbors and classmates before it's too late.
Today, Sony is trying to offer consumers toned-down versions of movies that contain raunchy moments so that they will be more acceptable as family entertainment. And some in Hollywood are screaming bloody murder.
I developed Church Answers to create a safe place for church leaders to ask questions and interact with each other. It was also the best way to handle the volume of inquiries that come to me.
I got this email today. I get this at least once a month, so thought I would just post it (and note, this is exactly what was written):
There is a great story that I heard many years ago which I believe speaks quite profoundly to parents.
An opioid epidemic is ravaging communities across America. What can we Christians do about it?
After serving as President of the Southern Baptist Convention from 2014-2016 and presiding over the 2015 and 2016 Annual Conventions, this year's convention was an interesting journey for me personally.
Here are my thoughts on ways to combat a discourse that has become both verbally and physically violent, dishonest and profane:
In 2016, same-sex "marriage" was legalized in Colombia. One year later, the courts have now recognized a polyamorous "family" of three men. And there is no slippery slope?
My wife and I have been renting for five years and want to buy a home. Could you share any tips so we can make a wise decision?
Mattson essentially accuses conservative Christians of succumbing to the Satanic offer of worldly dominion that Jesus rejected. But is the Religious Left absolved for grasping political power because its agenda is reputedly more generous?
Peace isn't easy, especially in today's world. With the recent attacks in Manchester, Kabul, London and Baghdad, we can quickly become disheartened and think that there is nothing we can do.
There's a bizarre argument I'm hearing these days which basically goes like this. "Look at how many churches are embracing homosexual practice. This proves we're getting closer to the truth."