Witnessing first hand the power of God and his spoken word, one Hollywood actor and screenwriter is hoping to turn people towards the very thing that saved his own life: the infallible Scriptures.
Ashton Kutcher’s other woman says she is a Lutheran. For the first time ever, the alleged mistress of the “No Strings Attached” star is speaking out
It’s a story we’ve heard once before. A Hollywood actor addicted to drugs, joins rehab, finds God, and turns his life around. But this time, the story doesn’t just end there.
Twilight fans may need to step back and reassess their love of vampires and werewolves, as a recent rise in occult activity throughout the world is alarming some Christian scholars.
I’m not going to quit until I absolutely have to, Christopher Hitchens said to a cheering crowd on Saturday, continuing even “in the foxhole” to affirm his atheist beliefs, as Richard Dawkins put it.
Customer outrage has Netflix backpedaling from their recent decision to split their DVD rental business into two different websites.
Edward Scissorhands, Mad Hatter, Willy Wonka, Captain Jack Sparrow, Rango – and now Dr. Seuss? Adding to his ever-growing list of odd but endearing roles, actor Johnny Depp may soon tackle a new film centered on the life of children’s author and illustrator Dr. Seuss
Founder Robert Schuller’s financial scandal now clouding Crystal Cathedral’s bankruptcy woes is giving Christianity a bad rep, says Craig Huey, a Christian politician and activist.
As the Supreme Court prepares to review the Federal Communications Commission’s indecency rules pertaining to the F-word and other expletives as well as nudity on broadcast TV, conservatives are gearing up to protect families.
Many knew Jobs to be a Buddhist. Nevertheless, pastors, Christian leaders, and theologians are all celebrating Jobs for his critical role in advancing Christ’s cause and the Great Commission.
Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater is the message Pastor Eric Mason is sending out to the black community, referring to the tension many Reformed African Americans are experiencing today over their acceptance of “the white man’s” theology.
German authorities have recently reopened hundreds of dormant investigations against Nazi death camp guards following the sentencing of retired U.S. autoworker John Demjanjuk, who was convicted for complicity in the murder of thousands of Jews during the Nazi-era, The Associated Press reported.
Allowing people to encounter the truth of God’s Word themselves, The Gideons International, famous for their distribution of compact Bibles, continues its efforts of spreading Scripture all throughout the world, focusing this time in Erie County, Pa.
After just three episodes, NBC canceled their new TV series “The Playboy Club” as a result of low ratings and viewer outrage, drawing praise from many family organizations and faith-based groups that avidly sought to “close the club.”
A 12-year-old girl in Nebraska who was forbidden from wearing her rosary-style necklace at school by her principal is looking to do whatever she can to stop the violation of religious freedom and “stand up for Jesus.”
After a three-month recess, the Supreme Court returned on Monday to start a new term, rejecting hundreds of cases, including an appeal by an Ohio judge who wanted to display a poster of the Ten Commandments in his courtroom.
After noticing a significant drop in attendance during Easter time, one church in South Carolina is asking the local school district to consider changing the dates for spring break.
In an effort to protect young people from increasingly aggressive alcohol marketing, which is permeating not only convenience stores but also fast food restaurants, one group is calling for change through appeals and resolutions.
Practice what you preach is the overarching message the creator of the upcoming Christian independent film “Courageous” is sending to audiences, speaking especially to himself as well.
In search of the next best church choir in America, Verizon’s annual Gospel competition “How Sweet the Sound” made its mark in downtown St. Louis for three hours of energetic worship this week.
Richard Dawkins has again refused to debate world-renowned apologist William Lane Craig on the rationality of faith and the existence of God. Many believe that Craig’s upcoming “Reasonable Faith” tour in the U.K. is intimidating Dawkins
Two elementary school principals were declared immune from liability in the infamous Christian “candy cane” case in Texas affecting young students practicing freedom of speech in public schools.
Taking extra precautions for Wednesday's See You At The Pole day prayer, school officials in Sumner County, Tenn. forbade teachers and administrators from bowing their heads to pray while students are watching.
Christian hip-hop artist Lecrae is sending another message out to his fans: significance is found not in oneself but in God. All his life, Lecrae Moore wanted to feel a sense of significance.
Family members of the 1980s famed “psychic to the stars” are ready to open up about the story behind the man who allegedly regularly contacted Elvis Presley from the dead – David “Jamil” Guardino.