U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice praised the self-sacrifice and relief efforts of Christian charitable organizations in China Sunday while surveying disaster struck areas throughout Sichuan province as part of a greater goodwill tour with Chinese officials.
Pro-life advocates were given a sort of surprise two weeks ago after a major worldwide survey claimed that majorities in 17 out of the 18 countries polled "reject using criminal penalties, such as fines and imprisonment, as a means to prevent abortion."
The 30th Creation Festival, dubbed a ''Christian Woodstock,'' kicked off Wednesday with music, teaching and activities scheduled to jam pack the four-day event.
A recent decision by the Organization of American States to pass a resolution that would make efforts to criminalize human rights violations on the basis of sexual orientation drew strong criticism from pro-family groups this week.
Record-breaking fuel prices that have peaked at unimaginable levels this summer have pushed Christian ministries and charity organizations to the brink as they struggle to make ends meet and continue in their worldwide operations to service the needy.
Brazil's president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, drew criticism from pro-family groups this past week after he said those opposed to homosexuality were intolerant and suffered from radical mental diseases.
Planned Parenthood, the nations leading provider of surgical abortions, could save millions of dollars on abortion related drugs if a new war funding bill passes through the House this year, according to pro-life groups.
Over a fourth of all New Yorkers have genital herpes, according to a new study released Monday by the New York City Health Department.
The rates of sexuality activity among U.S. high school students rose this year, according to a new study released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Heated controversy erupted in Greece Tuesday after the mayor of Tilos, a small island in the Aegean sea, stood over the nations first gay marriage ceremony. In total, 30 couples were wed.
As the world continues to grapple with the aftereffects of the horrific twin set of natural disasters that ravaged across Burma and China this month, new concerns are being raised about the appearance of a new, powerful, and quickly growing tsunami in the form of an unprecedented global food crisis.
As the aftermath of the cyclone that ravaged across Burma earlier this month continues to leave the South East Asian country in chaos and disarray, the United Nations Population Fund has been criticized recently over its shipment of condoms in place of badly needed aid and supplies.
In an unparalleled historical development, a major Orthodox Jewish institution has announced its decision to begin theological dialogue and fellowship with Christians.
A British-based Christian charity organization dedicated to aiding those with learning disabilities lost the right to control its own hiring practices after an Employee Tribunal ruled that it was 'discriminatory.'
This weekend, the founders of the Creation Museum will celebrate the anniversary of their one year opening with much fanfare and jubilation.
Pro-family groups in Maryland celebrated a court ruling this week that they said strengthened the ties of families and helped stem the tide of powerful pro-homosexual lobbyists.
A majority of people surveyed in Britain believe religion is sexist and discriminates against homosexuals, according to a recent poll.
Bishop M.A. Thomas, a native of India, is the founder of Hopegivers International – a faith-based, non-profit organization that rescues orphaned and abandoned children, assists the needy and oppressed, and empowers the work of the Gospel through strategic ministry initiatives throughout India, Africa, and the world.
As the aftermath of Chinas deadliest earthquake in over three decades continues to bring widespread havoc, chaos, and panic, Christians around the world are rushing to scene with aid, supplies, and global appeals for prayer and reflection during these increasingly uncertain times.
The world watched in horror Monday as a jolting 7.9 magnitude earthquake the latest in a series of global natural disasters wreaked havoc across Chinas southwestern Sichuan province.
Israel celebrated its 60th anniversary Thursday with much fanfare and jubilation as President Bush and over 700 world leaders arrived for what the nation boasted was a three day conference meant to address all the major challenges of the 21st century.
Russia swore in Dmitry Medvedev as its newest president Wednesday as evangelical Christians throughout the historically anti-western nation faced feelings of anxiety and uncertainty over the future of their ministries.
As the worst cyclone and natural disaster to hit since the South East Asian tsunami crisis nearly four years ago continues to wreck havoc and bring unspeakable destruction among the people of Myanmar, Christian groups have been mobilized into action, carrying the burden of the Lord to all those in need.
As the world continues to steer an uneasy course with political, social, and economic instability wrecking havoc on the lives of millions, one Christian ministry is carrying out its commission to feed the hungry and clothe the poor in the face of what has been called the perfect storm of worldwide hunger.
Hosanna Broadcasting Network (HBN), a 24-hour Christian radio station, celebrated its 10th month in operation this week as a testament to the grace that God has poured down on their ministry.