The author of a new book released earlier this year is hoping the devotional will help mothers look at their children and the things they do a bit differently.
The documentary on radical Islam that many are calling a "must-see" is set to release this Friday – one week after the seventh anniversary marking the horrific 9/11 attacks that struck at the heart of America.
A compassion project that received a boost nearly two decades ago from one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century is looking for another one this fall with the release of a new DVD that recaptures that particular day in history.
Less than one month remains before all entries for the International Songwriting Competition must be received for a shot at over $150,000 in cash and prizes.
A Texas-based physician has released a book that attempts to examine Jesus' miracles, analyze the causes and effects of each Divine moment, and provide relevant applications to help readers live more fully today.
A special multi-media DVD-CD is set to release this week, addressing a problem that plagues nearly 60 percent of Christian men as well as 35 percent of women.
A faith-based television program dedicated to ministering hope and restoration to thousands of men and women incarcerated throughout America is gaining in popularity with correctional officials, according to the TV network behind it.
The co-authors of an eye-opening book that informs and equips Christians – especially parents – about Wiccan and New Age teachings will be joining a public online chatroom to discuss their findings and answer questions about the growing religious movement.
A free online program has been launched that will help Christian students more easily find different types of scholarships and grants offered by the participating Christian colleges.
A Christian comedy TV show that features "Saturday Night Live style of humor" has reeled in four Emmy award nominations this year in two categories – "Religion" and the highly competitive "Human Interest" category.
Pro-family groups were encouraged this week by the announcement that the U.S. Census Bureau will not include same-sex "marriages" in its upcoming 2010 census report.
Pro-family groups were encouraged this week with the news that two major companies would join a growing number of Internet service providers that are working to curb the proliferation of child pornography on the Internet.
The Evangelical Covenant Church announced this week that it helped raise an astonishing $100,000 to fight the slavery of today – human trafficking, estimated to affect as many as 27 million people around the globe – in the short period of only five months.
A movement to bring about a spiritual revival in America next week will be broadcasted live as thousands of people continue to gather in the nation's capitol over the coming months to take part in what's known as the "TheCall" – the nation's largest annual intercessory prayer meeting.
Pro-family advocates and critics around the world expressed strong opposition this week after news spread that the nation of Brazil would begin a large scale effort to combat the spread of AIDS and STDs through the installation of condom vending machines in hundreds of its schools.
In an era where rising divorce rates and marital infidelity are rapidly becoming societal norms, hundreds of couples met together last month to buck the secular trends of the world with a renewed commitment to God and the sanctity of biblical marriage.
Birth control pills have done nothing to stem the tide of rising unintended and teenage pregnancies, according to a population and contraception expert at Princeton University.
An LAPD sergeant says that he was punished with disciplinary action and denied numerous pay raises and promotions because of his religious objections to homosexuality, according to a lawsuit recently filed against the city of Los Angeles.
Christian and pro-family groups are up in arms over recent efforts by the Democrat-led Congress to re-instate a "Fairness Doctrine" that would require conservative and Christian radio talk stations to give air time to opposing views.
After the California Supreme Court's infamous ruling that approved gay "marriage" two months ago, pro-family advocates talked endlessly for the need to strengthen the institution of marriage at the national level with a federal amendment.
A new TV drama series about the life and trials of a 15-year-old girl who gets pregnant will no doubt generate special attention.
Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest provider of surgical abortions, won't be hosting an advertising event this week that would have promoted its services among youth outside a Wal-Mart Supercenter in Washington State, thanks to the prompt reaction and grassroots efforts of pro-life groups.
Christian legal and pro-life groups celebrated the decision of the Arizona legislature to make into law a measure that would prohibit surrogate decision makers from denying food and fluids to an incapacitated patient.
In what pro-life advocates have described as nothing other than the miraculous work of God, a series of abortion clinics throughout Dallas have closed down after a prominent bishop began leading prayers for their closure 18 years ago.
A Christian legal group filed a brief Monday, denying that the city of Pleasant Grove, Utah, was obligated to grant a religious group outside Salt Lake City the right to display its version of the Ten Commandments in public parks because it would turn public areas into forums of religion.