Over four out of ten evangelicals believe that doctors should be allowed to assist terminally ill patients in ending their lives, a new survey from the evangelical polling firm LifeWay Research has found.
Boko Haram, the Nigerian Islamic extremist group, has been training young boys to return to their schools and kill their former teachers and students, many of them Christians, according to a new report.
The board of GRACE, an organization that exists to empower the Christian community through education and training to recognize, prevent, and respond to child abuse, has condemned the sordid sex scandal of Billy Graham's grandson, Tullian Tchividjian, as a "gross misuse of power."
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory narrowly lost his reelection bid this year, officially conceding the race earlier this week in response to a recount that showed him losing.
As the American criminal justice system remains broken in numerous ways, Google has taken on the call to spread awareness to its millions of users about the injustices that thousands of Americans face every day because of the way prison systems are run and laws are written.
Felicia Sanders, one of just three people to survive the bloody massacre that left nine others dead during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in South Carolina last year, said accused shooter Dylann Roof, 22, deserves to be in the "pit of Hell."
The Satanic Temple is threatening to file a lawsuit against the state of Texas over new regulations that require abortion providers to either bury or cremate aborted babies, arguing that the rules violate the group's religious beliefs because it promotes the idea of "fetal personhood."
A pair of Christian artists may face several months in prison for refusing to make wedding invitations for a same-sex ceremony due to an Arizona city ordinance.
A Christian congregation in Connecticut that dates back to the 1600s has sold its church building to a Muslim group that plans to turn the building into a mosque.
Despite the self-consciousness Christians who don't like to sing at church feel, worship leaders must create an environment where every member feels comfortable joining in as a part of the congregation's ministry, say church leaders who strive to hear every voice lifted in praise to Jesus.
The popular YouVersion Bible App has reached a new download milestone, surpassing a quarter of a billion downloads.
Five months after being fired as senior pastor of South Carolina-based NewSpring Church due to a drinking problem and marital issues, Perry Noble says he's ready to take the next steps in his life and ministry.
What happens beyond the grave? That's a question that most people ask. Pastor Greg Laurie answered it to the congregation of his California megachurch while speaking about the Great White Throne Judgment, as described in the last book of the Bible, Revelation.
Several pastors including his former counselor Paul Tripp, called on embattled ex-pastor and Billy Graham grandson Tullian Tchividjian to repent on Monday as a highly placed source said his mother is "saddened" by the sordid sex scandal that destroyed his marriage and ministry in 2015.
Married couples who attend church services together are more likely to live longer, are less likely to be depressed, and less likely to get divorced, according to a new study conducted by a professor at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, has said the popular belief that there's a "soul mate" out there for everyone isn't only non-biblical, but also destructive and harmful to single people.
In the wake of Donald Trump's election victory, some are suggesting that the prosperity gospel is enjoying a win of its own. But Pentecostal scholars argue that proponents of the controversial teaching will have a hard time supporting that claim.
HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines attended church on Sunday and announced it on social media in an apparent response to Buzzfeed's article that criticized them for being members of a church whose pastor believes in traditional Christian teachings that "homosexuality is a sin."
Former Cover Girl and Actress Jennifer O'Neill of the newly released film, "I'm Not Ashamed" says American Christians might not all face death for their faith but they are still facing a form of martyrdom.
Injured Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson sported custom cleats from the stands Sunday as part of an effort called #MyCauseMyCleats, which permitted NFL players to wear personalized cleats during Week 13 games as a show of support for their charitable causes.
Tamera Mowry-Housley showcases her beautiful singing voice with a performance clip of a gospel song that is going viral.
When rapper Trip Lee, 28, started Bible college in 2006, he didn't think he wanted to be a pastor. A decade later though, it's the job he sees himself doing even after his days of rapping about life and Jesus are long behind him.
Judges and fans praise contestant Christian Cuevas for singing an overtly gospel worship song by Israel & New Breed on the semi finals of "The Voice."
A new report on the erosion of religious liberties in the U.K., seen in several high-profile court cases concerning Christians, warns that anti-discrimination laws are being used as a "weapon," and could end up suppressing the freedoms of many people in society.
A Ugandan teacher who converted to Christianity was severely beaten by a group of Muslim villagers who were angered when they found out he had left the Islamic faith.
A Roman Catholic priest who works closely with migrants in the German town of Leipzig says although Christian migrant children have fled persecution in the Middle East, they are still suffering from systemic bullying at the hands of Muslim migrant children who attack them because of their faith in Jesus Christ.
Slovakia has stirred controversy this week by passing legislation that blocks Islam and the atheistic Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster from gaining official status after it raised the membership requirements for a religion to qualify for government subsidies.
A Christian convert in the central Asian nation of Uzbekistan who was sentenced to serve 10 years in prison on trumped-up drug charges has been released after serving nearly six years in a labor camp.
New satellite photos published by a group investigating the human rights abuses in North Korea have confirmed that secret prisons where detainees are tortured, raped and murdered are expanding in term of size.
"You better watch out. You better not lie." Wait. What?!
I have recently heard a lot of chatter about a certain series on Netflix. So, after finishing Madam Secretary (which I highly recommend), I decided to give it a go.
For decades Dr. Alveda King has traversed a wide chasm between those with divergent views, specifically on the moral and social concerns of abortion and racism.
A church cartel is an alliance of bullies, bully-followers, carnal Christians, and even non-Christians in the church. Its ultimate goal is to get its way. It feeds off of selfish power.
We either stand against both, or we accept Roe as "settled law" along with Obergerfell. Trying to take a position in the middle won't work precisely because the middle doesn't exist.
It wasn't long ago if someone said stay away from drugs, we would immediately think of the obvious ones; Cocaine, Heroin, Meth and Weed all of which are used to alter ones mental reality.
Advent has been buried under a pile of twinkle lights, plastic reindeer, and the Grinch. Here's why.
Those who find themselves in this situation must spend extended time in the Word and obedience to it, as well as extended times of prayer and fasting, and seeking godly counsel
Charges of anti-Semitism continue to be thrown around as a tool of political rhetoric in America. We saw it all again in recent days when Steve Bannon, former executive chairman of Breitbart, was appointed chief strategist for the coming administration.
There are more than two thousand prophecies found in the Scriptures and 333 of them deal with the coming of the Messiah. The life of Jesus astonishingly fulfills every one of them.
Pastor Robert Jeffress thinks the U.S. Supreme Court can overturn legalized abortion, but cannot overturn same-sex "marriage."
In a recent New York Times op-ed titled "The Evangelicalism of Old White Men Is Dead," white Christian leaders Tony Campolo and Shane Clairborne argue that "the reputation of evangelicalism" is a "casualty" of the Trump election.
Hey — guess what? There's something cosmically special about us human beings after all. Even the Washington Post says so.
God wants us to be watchful people. The Bible bleeds with cautionary words that are intended to widen our spiritual eyes so that we pay careful attention to the condition of our hearts.
I am sharing these five lessons with the hopes and prayers it will help others. These are lessons I've learned the hard way because I have too often failed to adjust even when I've known I need to do so.
Since the election, a number of mainstream media outlets have noted that Donald Trump trailed Hillary Clinton in the final popular-vote tally, and they have also tried to make the case that his policy positions are unpopular with the American people.
The attack by BuzzFeed and Cosmopolitan on "Fixer-Upper" stars Chip and Joanna Gaines reveals the passion of left-progressives to achieve cultural hegemony.
Two years ago, an Air Force Judge Advocate General and a Marine Captain founded the Heroic Virtue Warfare Institute (HVWI), a non-profit to help Catholic servicemembers fight porn addiction.
As President Obama once said, "Elections have consequences." Consequences, indeed.
France has banned the faces of smiling children from television. Why?
Clearly, plenty of other people from around the world are just as fond of this film as I am; Why else would thousands of them visit "Bedford Falls" every winter? But I wonder if they're fully aware of exactly why they love it.
One of the greatest ministries God ever gave us is family. Jesus paid for it in blood so that His family could be redeemed, adopted in, and loved forever.
Have you ever had that terrible feeling after preaching a sermon? You know, the feeling where you can't wait to get home and hide under the covers?
The end of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt meant big changes. But just not for the country's beleaguered Christians.
Are they right? Is my mere experience of same-sex attraction a sin? Is it impossible for me to please God as long as these feelings persist?
Parent's Question: we have two teenagers, a girl and a boy. Both are strong willed and want to "do their own thing." They are fundamentally good kids, but they are both 'pushing the envelope' of our family rules a lot. My husband works hard and isn't home most of the time. When he is home, he doesn't want to deal with the teenagers' problems. These factors lead to a lot of family conflict. What should we do?
If you're a parent, what I'm about to share on BreakPoint today just might scare the heck out of you. But you need to hear it.
For years I have said that gay activists and their allies would overplay their hand and that their bullying would backfire.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last week released its Abortion Surveillance report for 2013, revealing that the abortion rate in the U.S. continued its steady decline from previous years.
It is time to prepare for Christmas. But I don't mean at the shopping mall. I mean sacred preparation.
Dear Chuck, My father recently passed away in an accident and a whole life insurance policy he had is providing some financial relief to my mother, though unlike some other policies they had, it did not pay more for an accidental death.
It is appointed once for a man to die, and after that comes the judgment. So declares the Bible. As everyone knows by now, Fidel Castro's time to die came over the weekend.
News reports are featuring famous athletes, actors, and pop-stars being asked about abortion and gay-marriage. Often, they criticize Christians: "Doesn't the Bible say 'judge not'; who are you to tell people what they can, and cannot do?"
The church member knows his or her church is in decline.
The greatest leadership lesson I have ever learned is: Not every hill is worth dying on. If I had believed and practiced this in my previous churches and perhaps during the first few of my 30 years at Cross Church