R. Leigh Coleman

Christian Post Reporter

Are Muslims Overcoming Hate in America?

New information from the Pew Research Center shows that 55 percent of Muslim Americans believe that it is harder to be a Muslim in the United States since 9/11. However, the new data shows that even though the cards are stacked against them because of anti-Muslim slurs, Islamophobia, and harsh attitudes, more Muslims in America are expressing a higher level of satisfaction with their lives here.

Religious Leaders Urge Christians to Love American Muslims

With the 10-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and the growing hostilities against Muslims in America in mind, megachurch pastor Adam Hamilton of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kan., told his 17,000-member congregation this week to consider how Jesus would treat Muslims today.

The Family Dinner: Could It Save Our Society?

Recent studies show that less than 30 percent of American families with children eat together seven nights a week. While seven nights a week may be a lofty goal, experts say dinner together should be a priority at least four times a week.

9/11: A Wake-Up Call for God's People

Anne Graham Lotz, the daughter of American Christian evangelist Dr. Billy Graham, passionately believes that the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, were a wake-up call for all Christians. The Christian clock is still ticking toward another watershed moment.

God's Word: Plenty of Apps for That

Developing a daily discipline to make time for Bible reading can be challenging because it requires changing our daily habits. With today's technology, there are no more excuses for Christians not to read their Bible because God's word is now just a click away.

NYT Editor: Do GOP Candidates Have 'Mysterious Faiths?'

Bill Keller of The New York Times writes in his controversial column, “Asking Candidates Tougher Questions About Faith,” that the crop of candidates competing for the White House in the next election cycle should be grilled harder on their religious beliefs and how those beliefs form their political views.