More than 1,000 people remain missing in the southern Philippines after last week’s deadly tropical storm hit the area, unleashing devastating flash floods and landslides across the country.
Is it difficult to be a Christian during the Christmas season? Influential evangelical Richard Land believes so.
It’s a story of transformation that has surprised thousands and shocked all who have heard: a brutal African warlord with a violent past finds Christ and dramatically turns his life around.
A senior at Arizona State University who had been missing for 10 days survived on candy and melted snow until she was found on Wednesday, authorities reported.
Despite what appears to be a rising hostility in the U.S. toward all things “Christmas,” one organization found that Americans still prefer the traditional “Merry Christmas” greeting as opposed to the phrase “Happy Holidays.”
North Korean refugees are speaking up about the sudden death of Kim Jong-il. They say North Koreans are showing sadness over the death mainly because of fear of being killed or being suspected of disloyalty.
What would Christianity look like in America if captured in 100 sermons by 100 different pastors across denominations? That is the question author Scott H. Lewis is attempting to examine through his upcoming book
A new app is bringing to life biblical stories for kids, giving children fun and interactive ways to learn about the Scriptures.
Christians everywhere have been responding in grief and sadness over the death of famed atheist Christopher Hitchens, who passed away late Thursday evening after a yearlong battle with esophageal cancer.
The oldest, best-preserved manuscript of the Ten Commandments will go on display in New York City beginning Friday, reminding people amid the hustle and bustle, of the real reason for the season.
World famous atheist Christopher Hitchens died Thursday from pneumonia, a complication resulting from his stage IV esophageal cancer.
Hundreds gathered together to mourn the loss of the Duggars’ stillborn baby Wednesday afternoon in a memorial service held in Springdale, Ark. The ceremony celebrated the short life of their would be 20th child
Is the good news of the Gospel being shrouded by too much negativity? That’s what Todd Rhoades, founder and developer of ChurchStaffing.com, suspects is happening in the church today.
Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, two of the world’s most renowned atheists, sat down to talk about everything from God to politics in a special Christmas issue of Britain’s New Statesman.
Barbara Walters will present the “10 Most Fascinating People” on Wednesday, highlighting the year’s most prominent names in entertainment, sports and pop culture.
Many Christians today are praying the wrong way, all too often focused on themselves than on the mission of God, influential preacher and bestselling author Francis Chan lamented.
A new kind of struggle has begun for churches in New York City facing the recent ban on renting school facilities – the struggle to love, says one local pastor.
Five Monmouth College students were accused of stealing items from a Nativity scene displayed at the Public Square in Monmouth, Ill. The women reportedly admitted it was a stupid prank.
The governing board at the Texas Department of Vehicles approved a Calvary Hill license plate featuring the slogan “One State Under God,” resulting in both praise and disappointment from supporters and opponents.
Christmas trees have gotten a lot more practical in the state of Michigan, particularly for one multi-campus church in Oakland County. Skipping out on the usual ornamentation this season, Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church is opting to decorate their trees with toiletries instead
One of the largest Catholic civil rights organizations in the United States is asking Christians this Christmas season to “adopt an atheist.” The campaign, Catholic League says, is meant to be a tongue-in-cheek response to an atheist's recent comments.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar just announced devastating news about their pregnancy – they suffered a miscarriage. Anticipating the birth of their 20th child, the couple, who star in TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting,” had gone to the hospital for a routine prenatal check-up
If there’s one thing Christopher Hitchens has learned from cancer it’s this – whatever doesn’t kill him doesn’t make him stronger. Finding a new perspective on life through his illness, the outspoken atheist recently explained on Vanity Fair why he no longer found the popular adage to be true.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings believes that his company will soon be leading the way again in terms of streaming services, granted that they don’t “shoot [themselves] in the foot anymore.”
Christian churches in America will soon be forced to go underground if they want to stay true to their beliefs and to God, a conservative broadcast commentator warned.