One day this month, most likely a Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hand down its decision in the case Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt. The case centers on a Texas law defining minimum health and safety standards for abortion practices, which abortion providers have sued to halt.
I am a religious leader from India, where we know something about extremism. That's why it didn't surprise me that just days before the terrorist attack in Orlando, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India warned both houses of the U.S. Congress that the global fight against terror needs to be unified.
I have been fascinated by the news stories about the embattled founder of the medical testing company Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, who lost $4.5 billion – BILLION – and it is really hard to understand how someone can go from the top of Forbes richest people list to the bottom. Is there Biblical advice on how to avoid that kind of rise and fall?
The Orlando tragedy has touched everyone in America. The response from the Christian community has been incredible. A diverse group of Christian leaders such as Bill Hybels, Christine Caine, T.D. Jakes, Samuel Rodriguez and Russell Moore have tweeted and written strong messages of support for the victims, their families and the larger LGBT community.
Why is it, though, that so many Christians in my generation feel like our presentation of the gospel should always be saturated with personality and spunk? Why must our communication of biblical truth always be jam-packed with witty humor? Why do they moan and complain about a plain and clear delivery of the gospel, calling it boring and ineffective?
The Eight-Member U.S. Supreme Court struck down two key parts of Texas' controversial abortion facility regulation legislation, commonly known as HB 2.
Dr. James Dobson, the founder of Focus on the Family, says Donald Trump has recently given his life to Jesus Christ, that the presumptive Republican nominee is now "a baby Christian," and therefore Christians should pray for him.
Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of formerly imprisoned American Pastor Saeed, says she and her family came to America as Muslim immigrants before converting to Christianity after witnessing the love of Jesus Christ exhibited by those who helped her.
Tim Tebow is the new star of the FOX show, "Home Free" in which he says practices the Biblical principle that it is more blessed to give than to receive.
Catholic University of America professor Paul Sullins said Friday that there is no expectation of sexual faithfulness in many gay marriages, noting that studies have shown only a small minority of gay marriages are truly monogamous.
The Pentagon has launched an investigation to review the Air Force's actions against 33-year veteran Oscar Rodriguez, who was forcibly dragged away for giving a speech that included the word "God" at California's Travis Air Force base in April.
Donald Trump's meeting with over 900 evangelical leaders Tuesday morning helped move the conservative evangelical needle in his direction, however, some prominent evangelicals are not ready to fully back the real estate mogul.
National and local health officials in North Carolina are investigating after a beloved Christian teenager died Sunday due to an infection from a rare brain-eating amoeba she might have contracted while rafting during a church trip at the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte.
A Pennsylvania megachurch's congregation voted overwhelmingly Sunday to leave the Presbyterian Church (USA) over theological differences on homosexuality and gay marriage.
Matthew Barnett, co-founder of the Dream Center church in California, will take part in the World Marathon Challenge, which has been completed by 30 individuals in the world thus far, to help the hurting people of Los Angeles. He will run seven marathons on seven continents in seven consecutive days despite his medical condition.
A Christian relief organization is launching an awareness week about the dangers of mosquitos, labeling the insects the "world's deadliest creature."
Biblical wonders are not a thing of the past, according to apologist Jeremiah Johnston, who says Christ is miraculously appearing to Muslims in the Middle East.
A week after she skipped the White House United States of Women summit to comfort survivors of the Orlando shooting, Betty Deas Clark, the first woman pastor appointed to the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, where nine people were gunned down last June, has been reassigned.
A Harvard journal is refusing to retract a 2014 article it published about an infamous scrap of papyrus suggesting Jesus had a wife even though the professor who authored it now admits the fragment is a forgery.
When Pastor Chip Ingram asks people whether they would like to go to heaven now or in ten years, he receives some interesting responses."
"Free State of Jones" releases exclusive faith scenes featuring Matthew McConaughey as Newt Knight, and the actor says his character's moral code was rooted in the Bible.
Popular rock band NEEDTOBREATHE shares about their upcoming album and the secret of how they have managed to stay together for so long despite hard times.
Millennial produced film "In-Lawfully Yours" showcases the magic of second chances in a unique inspirational romantic comedy.
Oprah Winfrey's first scripted drama series "Greenleaf" attempts to pull back the veil on the megachurch, giving viewers a look at the messy mechanics that sometimes turn the wheels of these behemoths.
As the country mourns the horrific Orlando shooting, producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett hope to inspire people to forgive with the remake of "Ben-Hur."
Days after United Kingdom voters decided through referendum to leave the European Union, foreign ministers from the E.U.'s six founding member states asked Britain to start the exit process and designate a new prime minister as soon as possible so that the economic fallout is not prolonged.
The world awoke Friday morning to the shocking news that U.K. citizens voted to leave the EU and Prime Minister David Cameron would be leaving office in three months, making way for a new leader who supported the Leave campaign.
American pastor Saeed Abedini is criticizing women's rights activists who are refusing to speak up for his friend Maryam (Nasim) Naghash Zargaran, a Christian woman who's being held in an Iranian prison for her faith.
A "catastrophic humanitarian emergency" is developing at a refugee camp in Nigeria where more than 1,200 graves have been dug for the deceased who starved to death after fleeing from their homes to escape the Islamic terror group Boko Haram, according to Medical charity MSF.
After Iraqi special forces recaptured the city of Fallujah from ISIS earlier this month, they discovered a makeshift prison where the terror group used torture devices to interrogate and punish its captives.
As the central African nation of Burundi continues to suffer from ongoing political unrest, Christian orphanage founder Marguerite Barankitse says she has been forced to flee the country to Rwanda, where she now lives.
Many Christians no longer view marriage as a lifelong commitment, says Mary Hasson, director of the Catholic Women's Forum at the Ethics & Public Policy Center in Washington D.C., who agrees with Pope Francis' assertion that couples often fail to understand the sacred vows they are making to each other.
New York Times best-selling author and radio host Eric Metaxas is warning that the United States is in danger of becoming "America in name only" if Americans don't stand up to protect the liberties and values of self governance that made the nation a blessing to the entire world.
While the vast majority of Muslims are peaceful, the relationship of Islam to terrorism, including violence toward gays, mustn't be ignored, Nabeel Qureshi, a former Muslim who became a Christian says.
A California neurosurgeon who died from lung cancer in 2015 explained in a memoir published this year what it was that compelled him to reclaim his Christian faith after embracing "ironclad atheism."