The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report Thursday regarding issues surrounding American teenagers and sexual activity.
Millions of Christians in 100 Countries to Sing Keith Getty Song in Global Missions Event (Interview)
World-renowned hymn writer Keith Getty, whose song "For The Cause" is set to be sung by millions of Christians in the Global Hymn Sing missions event on June 25, says society is increasingly telling children that Christianity is "odd" and "anti-social."
The majority of Christians have been wrong about Israel for most of their history, according to a leading Anglican theologian and Israel scholar.
A Texas pastor originally from Iraq is urging the Church to get out of politics amid the swirling debate about travel bans and do the work of ministering to refugees because "God is sending the nations here."
Republicans have sex more often than Democrats and have extramarital affairs less often, according to a leading family studies scholar.
Famous evangelist Nick Vujicic, who was born without arms and legs and struggled with depression before becoming an inspirational speaker, hinted in a Facebook video that his wife might be expecting twins.
The trend of feminine and ultra-casual clothing for men has several theologians observing the influence of the "gender cult" and the decline of masculine dress, calling the church to model to men how to wear clothes.
Just in time for Father's Day, the newly released book, Fathers Say features testimonies from Kevin Sorbo, Kathie Lee Gifford, Eric Metaxas and other successful men and women in the entertainment industry on both the positive and negative impact their dad's words have had on them.
Author, international speaker and president of Proverbs 31 Ministries Lysa Terkeurst revealed that she is divorcing her husband of 25 years because of repeated betrayal.
Popular restaurant review site Eater.com has drawn the ire of many after it encouraged readers not to eat at Chick-fil-A, not because of the taste of their food but because of political reasons.
Regular church attendance has a definite bearing on a person's giving goals, according to a new study by the Barna Group, which looked at the drivers of Christian generosity.
The United States is "overdue" for another spiritual awakening and Christian revival or else it could run the risk of becoming a post-Christian state like many countries in Europe, California evangelist Greg Laurie has opined.
Pornography addiction is the "primary erosion of humanity" that the modern generation must actively fight against, says Chris Bruno, a licensed counselor and president of the men's ministry group Restoration Project.
Surrogate pregnancies are often portrayed in popular culture as a noble option for couples who are unable to conceive a child but these arrangements are routinely fraught with all kinds of abuses, says bioethicist and documentary filmmaker Jennifer Lahl.
U.S. gold-medal winning athlete Sanya Richards-Ross has said her decision to abort her baby weeks prior to the 2008 Summer Olympic Games challenged her Christian faith, and plunged her into feelings of shame and unworthiness.
A Christian movement with a left-wing activist bent is underway, says The New York Times, its front page headline declaring that religious liberals have "sat out of politics for 40 years" but now intend to change the game.
Cora Jakes Coleman, the motivational speaker, author and daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, is celebrating her sixth wedding anniversary by reflecting on a prayer she said for her husband before they met.
"American Idol" alum and Christian singer Mandisa revealed she was on the brink of suicide recently and is now sharing a playlist she says helped during her time of depression.
Two scholars opposed to same-sex marriage and a third scholar in a same-sex marriage tackle religious liberty and anti-discrimination law, disagreeing sharply but remarkably civilly in a new book on what has become an extremely touchy subject in American politics.
Christian Gold Medalist Sanya Richards-Ross Reveals She Aborted Baby Weeks Before Winning Olympic Gold
Christian athlete Sanya Richards-Ross has opened up about the decision to abort her baby weeks before the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, stating that despite the medals she won, she fell into a "depth of despair" and felt "broken."
A list of don't do's, purity pledges and one talk about the birds and the bees are simply not going to cut it when it comes to preparing children as they face increasingly complex sexuality issues today, a Christian author argued.
New York Times best-selling author and popular Christian Pastor Francis Chan was a featured speaker at an annual Christian persecution conference on Saturday, and shared details of a conversation he had with a Korean missionary imprisoned and nearly executed by the Taliban in 2007.
One of the results of attending church is that you have better health and live longer than those who do not, according to a recent study by Vanderbilt University professor Marino Bruce.
The nation's most prominent newspaper has misrepresented the findings of new research that reveals the many health benefits of marriage, according to a leading professor of epidemiology at Harvard University.
Christians are handing "the enemy" the keys to society without putting up much of a fight, according to California pastor and author Phil Hotsenpiller, who argues in his new book that the increase in terror attacks and lawlessness around the world might be related to End Times prophecy.
A Nevada physician is exposing insurance companies that are denying patients coverage for life-sustaining treatments but instead are offering assisted suicide pills.
More progress toward unity in the Church has been made in the past half century between Catholics and Protestants than in the past 500 years, according to Catholic philosopher Peter Kreeft.
Speaking in front of human rights and religious freedom advocates last week, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz recounted an encounter he had with a Sudanese Christian mother of two who was imprisoned and put on death row simply because she wouldn't renounce her faith in Christ.
Americans fall into five dominant faith segments, says Barna, which set out to find what people in these categories believe about some of the most contentious political and spiritual issues of the day.
An extensive new survey in England has found that only a minority of young people believe Jesus Christ was both a real person who lived on Earth and God in human form.