China is pushing back against the U.S. State Department's annual religious freedom report that highlights the Communist government's persecution of Christians and religious minorities, stating that the U.S. needs to solve its own problems with white supremacist violence.
Will an economic disaster of biblical proportions occur within our lifetime? It's possible, but no one knows the future.
How bad is America's suicide problem? Well, it's so bad that Americans' overall life expectancy has declined for the first time since the 1930s.
The massive rise of Christianity in Iran, especially among youths, continues despite the Islamic government's efforts to suppress the faith. Even Islamic leaders admitted that more and more young people are choosing to follow Christ.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church founding Pastor Tim Keller has warned Christians in the wake of the Charlottesville white supremacist rally that some in their circles could themselves be attracted to white nationalism.
Prominent evangelical leader James Dobson has responded to a CBS News report that's lauding the European nation of Iceland for being on the verge of "eradicating Down syndrome births" by aborting 100 percent of babies diagnosed during prenatal screenings.
The recent events at Google, with the firing of James Damore for his manifesto on viewpoint diversity, along with Google's announcement that it will be working with the ADL to flag "controversial" videos on YouTube, should be a loud and clear warning to any who are still in denial.
If you've seen the Oscar-winning movie "Slumdog Millionaire," then you've gotten a glimpse of the poverty that exists in India.
The percentage of American adults who identify as transgender has doubled over the past decade to about 1.4 million people. And that number is expected to increase, especially as more children are now beginning to identify as someone of the opposite gender.
While our Constitution clarifies that only Congress has the power to declare war, it's a very different thing to suggest that the Bible justifies war in the 21st century. It's not as clear as some well-meaning Christians may think, and the consequences of confusion over this could be horrendously irreversible if there were to be a nuclear conflict.
I live in Charlottesville, Virginia. You may have heard of it.
The opioid epidemic is delivering tragedy and pain to families across the country. Here's how one such family has responded in Christ.
One word that is often used today when describing millennials is "authenticity." As Colby Jubenville put it, "To millennials, you don't have to be amazing. But you do have to be authentic."
Two art traders involved in a trading network that sells millions of dollars worth of ancient art and artifacts stolen by the Islamic State have shared details behind how valued pieces of Iraqi and Syrian history went from the hands of cold-blooded terrorists to collectors in the West.
About one in 10 Protestant churches has had someone embezzle funds, according to a new survey by LifeWay Research, which says it could be due to churches' reliance on volunteers to handle their finances.
A Christian missionary who teaches dirt poor children in Nigeria sent me a link to a very disturbing story ... It is a tale of unspeakable evil.
A few years ago, I attended a conference where pastors were encouraged to meet at a pub after the general sessions. A few of these pastors could exercise their liberty, but why publicly? I wondered how many people at the conference stumbled because of it.
Are singles integrated into the life of your church? My BreakPoint colleague Gina Dalfonzo has written a new book to help churches do better with single adults.
A grief-stricken Christian Planned Parenthood worker has revealed the reality behind her employer — it is as bad as pro-lifers say it is. Can God forgive her for working at the nation's largest abortion provider, she asked.
It would be disastrous for this country if we went the route of Europe in being a post-marriage society. The old cliché is still true: As the family goes, so goes society.
The question, "Should pastors sell and promote their books," comes up often. We can sometimes be more concerned about marketing than about helping people.
As a new mother who is eight months pregnant, I find the words of Ian Kennedy in an op-ed for The Guardian absolutely terrifying.
Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross, known as the fastest woman in history (at 400 meters) in track and field, suffered a career-ending injury in 2016 after training to compete in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but says she now sees how God worked it all together for good.
A mental health crisis is upon American young people in light of such high technology usage, a prominent psychology publication reports.
The number of gender-confused children in Scotland that have been sent to specialists has risen by almost 500 percent in four years.