The Manchester suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a pop concert venue packed with children likely did not act alone, a minister said on Wednesday.
Losing faith in God and declining religiosity are among the top reasons why young adults in America are increasingly committing suicide, according to the conservative Family Policy Institute of Washington.
The Church in America is on the "low ebb" of society when it comes to its overall impact on today's culture and is in need of "reformation" so that it can once again be the "salt" and "light" that Jesus called it to be, evangelical author and social critic Os Guinness said.
President Donald Trump reportedly prayed to have God's wisdom as he touched the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem Monday.
At least one former Obama administration official is concerned that a recent memo sent out by a top Pentagon official leaves open the possibility that the armed services could reconsider an Obama-era policy forcing them to accept transgender recruits.
Rowan Elijah Feldhaus, a 25-year-old woman who identified as a man has died from complications related to a hysterectomy she underwent in her quest to become a man.
Contrary to a recent Gallup poll, another survey shows that the percentage of Americans who believe the Bible is the literal word of God has remained remarkably stable over the past several decades.
Evangelists Greg Laurie and Franklin Graham have taken to their social media pages to comment on Monday night's bombing in Manchester, England, that the Islamic State terrorist group has claimed responsibility for.
Hank Hanegraaff, also known as the "Bible Answer Man," revealed that he prayed Jesus' prayer at Gethsemane, the night before His crucifixion, as he listened to the very difficult challenges ahead of him in his cancer fight.
Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi has assured that he has not lost hope that God will defy the odds and author a miracle in order to heal him from advanced stage stomach cancer.
What really happens after you die? Do believers in Jesus Christ immediately go to heaven? And nonbelievers, to hell? Or is there an intermediate stage? Texas Pastor Randy Frazee of Oak Hills Church offers Christians a clearer picture of the afterlife in his new book.
Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You," a pop and dancehall infused song that describes the love of a woman's body, was a No.1 song on the Billboard charts for over 10 weeks. Now, one singer-songwriter has turned the hit tune into a worship song that has already reached over 300,000 people.
Nicki Minaj wants to be on gospel singer Tasha Cobbs Leonard's next album.
Comedian and actor Chris Rock has joined the list of celebrities in Hollywood who are speaking out against porn and the effect it's had on their life and marriage.
Former "Today" host Billy Bush is speaking out seven months after the leaked recording of now-President Donald Trump detailing his attempts at having sex with married women.
Several children are among the 22 people killed and 59 injured in a suicide bombing at singer Ariana Grande's Monday night concert in Manchester, U.K., as many others remain missing amid the chaos.
Hindu nationalists in southern India burned down a church and the home of its pastor after some high "caste" Hindus converted to Christianity and joined the church.
About 200 Christian families in Iraq have filed a lawsuit against the head of the country's Shia Endowment for inciting sectarian violence against the Christian minority by saying in a video that Christians should be converted to Islam or killed.
Some Christian foreign policy experts are warning that despite Russian President Vladimir Putin's stated mutual interest in combating radical Islamic extremism, he cannot be regarded as a defender of Christians amid his country's crackdown on non-Russian Orthodox denominations.
The wives of Chinese human rights lawyers imprisoned and tortured by the government in China detailed their husbands' experiences and told members of Congress Thursday that families are also being persecuted by the Chinese government.
On the 107th day of his presidency, the President and his administration did more to promote religious freedom than the previous administration did in eight years. This step is a step in the right direction.
Today, I think most people believe that for the government, if not for themselves personally, money really does grow on trees. Encouraged by the magic of Keynesian Economics, politicians have been allowed to spend $20 trillion more than they collected in taxes.
It is unfortunate, but unsurprising, that the mainstream media chose to report the inflated claims of advocacy groups as fact — instead of taking a hard look at the actual research available on these issues.
A Harvard study published May 18 reveals what thoughtful Americans already knew: Extreme anti-Trump bias runs rampant in corporate media.
I think preachers are some of the greatest traitors to the cause of Christ. Like Peter, I don't think they mean to deny their Lord, but they do it all the time. They just don't realize how badly they're caught up in their own weakness.
The story, which was published over the weekend in The New York Times, has infuriated scores of Americans. It also sadly has reinforced negative stereotypes of Christians as legalistic and hypocritical jerks, who simultaneously rail against abortion, while shaming those who choose life.
We regularly say things like, "Through God all things are possible," or, "God offers us freedom from our sins," but in the next breath, we talk about porn and sin as "something we will always have to deal with."
Although President Trump's speech before 50 Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia did not break new ground in terms of America's Middle Eastern policy, it was highly significant for at least four reasons.
Dear Daniel: I was the last person you ever called and I missed it. I'm still not sure how it happened. But you took your life before I could call you back.
Pro-abortion eugenicists, like Steinem, are in a constant state of denial, claiming they're "pro-choice", not "pro-abortion". Apparently pro-slavery politicians weren't really for slavery, they were merely pro-jobs ... or pro-economic freedom ... or pro-trade.
High school graduation is upon us and, if statistics ring true, then a majority of teenagers who currently claim to be Christians will abandon their faith sometime after the tassel is turned.
Life sometimes feels like an endless parade of problems, doesn't it? It seems like as soon as we get through one sticky situation, another comes rolling in quickly on its heels.
Lord knows we need lots of things changed in American Christian culture, but the unspoken prayer request isn't one of them.
But to do this would upset the Muslim world, further exacerbate the peace process, and potentially foment a new wave of terror attacks against Israel. Is the risk worth the reward?
If you haven't heard of the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why," I guarantee your teens have. Here's what you need to know about it.
A few years ago, I was driven across a single-lane bridge from China across the Tumen River into North Korea. It was a cold day despite the bright sunshine as a few friends and I were ushered into a powder-blue building where soldiers directed us to metal detectors.
Just hours after Hollywood filmmaker Joss Whedon launched a puff piece celebrating Planned Parenthood, another video surfaced telling a far different story about the nation's leading abortion business.
"#Adulting" is what kids post on social media to congratulate themselves for the rather ordinary feats of paying the bills, finishing the laundry, or just getting to work on time. If our kids don't know what it means to be adults, parents, we should be asking ourselves, are we teaching them?
The polar opposite of Donald Trump in every discernable way – policy convictions, demeanor, style, graciousness, thoughtfulness – Pence is in the midst of a whirlwind that conservatives (and all Americans) need him to emerge from in-tact.
The Babylon Bee is at it again, and we love it. Their recent (satirical) article on Planned Parenthood (PP) paints the picture of PP staff giving a pregnant woman directions to a center that will help her with pre-natal care.
To most Americans, Charles de Gaulle was, as one writer put it, "an obnoxious, overly ambitious man who, in the grand French manner, strutted sitting down." But he had a daughter with a disability and she was the apple of his eye.
I must confess that I do not agree very often with Oprah Winfrey, because I find that she tends to push people away from faith in Jesus Christ, not toward it. But I was impressed with a statement she made over the weekend — a statement that echoes one of Jesus' teachings.
Dear Chuck: I'm losing sleep over money worries. Seriously. Sometimes the stress of figuring out how to balance debt, bills and life is almost more than I can stand. Where do I begin?
In response to my article "The Liberals' Misguided Love Affair With Islam," radio host and columnist Dean Obeidallah tweeted, "Hey @DrMichaelLBrown U win award award [sic] for dumbest article of the day - be proud. #moron."
Many Americans are concerned about the divisions in our country and are looking for something to bring us together. Ideological divisions of Left and Right can be bridged on at least one issue: criminal justice reform.
When Tammy and I got married over 26 years ago, we looked forward to raising children who love Jesus. By the grace of God, we have witnessed the work of the Holy Spirit leading our two daughters and two sons to love, trust, and follow Jesus