R&B and pop singer Rihanna found herself at the center of controversy once again Monday as she filmed another “inappropriate” music video in Northern Ireland.
Christianity is in one of the greatest trials America has seen in modern times, Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll said during a speech Thursday.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) investigating a “Bible in the Schools” program established in Mercer County, W. Va., as to whether the school system is violating the separation of church and state.
All Out, a leading international LGBT rights organization, has been pressuring PayPal to shut down the accounts of “hate groups” who are against homosexual lifestyles since earlier this month.
A Missouri megachurch seeking to expand their ministry is near the halfway point in raising funds to pay for a new multimillion-dollar building in Florida and subsequent renovations.
Five blissful months later, we’re catching up with Grammy Award-winning Christian artist Rebecca St. James, now officially known as Mrs. Fink to the world. She now has a new book, titled What Is He Thinking?? What Guys Want Us to Know About Dating, Love, and Marriage
Students as young as 10-years-old will soon partake in the nation’s first standardized sex education test beginning next spring in Washington, D.C. The test aims to measure their proficiency in sex and health.
Atheists and agnostics are planning what they call a positive, upbeat protest against the Creation and Earth History Museum (CEHM) this weekend in Santee, Calif.
After a government school in Australia received complaints from parents, it banned students from reciting of the Lord’s Prayer during school assemblies, ending a 25-year tradition at the Western Australian school.
Nearly 3,000 children in Salt Lake City heard the Gospel of Christ during a weeklong campaign held by the Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF), the largest Christian ministry to children in the world.
Critically-acclaimed actor James Franco is steadily working his way off the screen and into the director’s chair with his newest project adapting a Cormac McCarthy novel. He spoke recently of the project at the Toronto International Film Festival.
After a man drove 3 hours in the rain just to see the new faith-based film “Suing the Devil,” filmmakers have decided to officially release the film to churches, hoping to meet the high volume of demand from the public.
After a 15-year process, the first handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine monastery is finally complete for viewing at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Willing to go where most pastors don’t, controversial pastor Mark Driscoll is “set to once again send shock waves throughout the evangelical world” with his upcoming book on marriage, co-written with his wife Grace.
For the first time ever, the voices of unborn children will be heard on Capitol Hill. Through the use of “real time” ultrasounds performed on women in the first through third trimesters of pregnancy, the public and members of the Congress will be able to hear for themselves what the beginning of life sounds like
After an initial victory, a high school math teacher lost the battle in keeping his “God” banners displayed in his classroom.
A new epidemic is permeating the culture today: fatherlessness. Shocking statistics reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that 41 percent of all U.S. children are born to unmarried mothers.
The sudden death of a South Korean missionary in China is rousing suspicions over possible North Korean involvement as the deceased man worked closely with refugees from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The State Department under President Obama issued its first “countries of particular concern” list Tuesday, maintaining the eight countries that were previously highlighted for egregious violation against religious freedom.
Trial begins this week in Clackamas County for the death of Dale and Shannon Hickman’s baby, another faith-healing death sparking much debate in Oregon.
Diane Sawyer has landed the first exclusive TV interview with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords after the Arizona lawmaker was shot during a constituent meet-and-greet in January.
Internationally acclaimed worship leader and songwriter Matt Redman asks believers “Are you reflecting God’s radiance?” in his new book “Mirror Ball: Living Boldly and Shining Brightly for the Glory of God.”
“Choose Life” specialty license plates approved for sale in the state of North Carolina are being met with a challenge, as some citizens find the plates limit their freedom of speech because no alternative message exists.
All over the world, 340 million people are without a single verse of Scripture today. More people live without a complete Bible in their language than without enough food and clean water combined.
Expelling the purported “magic” of ancient myths, leading evolutionary biologist and atheist Richard Dawkins is looking to bring back the wonder in science with his new book due out this October.