A scientist has denounced the merit of a recently released study that claimed atheist children were more altruistic than religious children.
FRC President Tony Perkins highlights 11 instances when men and women risked everything to defend prayer and their religious convictions against intense societal, political and spiritual opposition in his new book, "No Fear."
When asked about his emotions after winning his first World Series, Royals second baseman Ben Zobrist explained who was the real winner.
Former WWE wrestler Taryn Terrell says she's finally "saved" and is beginning her personal walk with Jesus.
Pro-life Evangelical leaders are hoping to build upon the success of the annual March for Life by hosting their first-ever pro-life conference in the nation's capital.
Susanna Wesley, Joan of Arc, Rosa Parks and Other Ordinary-Extraordinary Women God Used to Change the World
"In Seven Women," author Eric Metaxas offers up little-known details about the inspiring lives of seven women, including Susanna Wesley, mother of vastly influential Christian ministers John and Charles Wesley; Joan of Arc and Rosa Parks.
Nine years after suffering irreversible brain damage in a tragic car accident, Ian Murphy is not physically the same man that his college sweetheart, Larissa, fell in love with.
Jefferson Bethke Aims to Re-Spark Christian Faith of Millennials by Revisiting Ancient Biblical Concepts
YouTube sensation and Christian author Jefferson Bethke hopes to re-spark the faith of millions of millennials who feel that Christianity has failed them with his new book, "It's Not What You Think: Why Christianity Is About So Much More Than Going to Heaven When You Die," which examines first century church practices and demonstrates how they can reinvigorate the Body of Christ in today's society.
Author and psychologist John Townsend met with the parents of a 25-year-old son who was still living at home without a job. He quickly deduced that the young man, who did not contribute to household chores and resented his parents' expectations and ambitions for him, was suffering the cultural disease of entitlement.
In his new book, Intentional Living: Choosing a Life that Matters released on Tuesday, leadership expert John Maxwell describes a journey into a life of significance that will gut you, overwhelm you and inspire you all at the same time through truths that are so intentional, they could also possibly hurt you if have been stuck in a rut with your life for a while.
Winston Churchill's Great-Grandson and Wallace Henley Pen 'God & Churchill' on WWII Leader's Spiritual Life
Award-winning journalist Wallace Henley and the great-grandson of Winston Churchill have teamed-up to write a book about the famed World War II leader that focuses on his spiritual life.
George W. Bush, Joel Osteen, Russell Moore Help Former 'Meet the Press' Host David Gregory Reconnect With His Jewish Faith
David Gregory, a renowned journalist and former host of the Sunday morning political news program "Meet the Press," was inspired to reconnect with his Jewish faith by former President George W. Bush, and he details that experience in his new book, "How's Your Faith? An Unlikely Spiritual Journey."
Q&A: Former Exodus President Speaks on New Book, Personal Journey, Laws Banning Gay Therapy for Minors
Alan Chambers, the final president of the once prominent ex-gay organization Exodus International and former proponent of ex-gay therapy, documents his experiences both in his personal crisis of identity and the eventual shutting down of Exodus in his new book, "My Exodus: From Fear to Grace."
Christian Author Credits Jesus, Poetry for Helping Her Overcome Dark Skin Depression After Failed Suicide Attempts
Growing up, Mwati Mwila often felt ugly and inadequate because she had dark skin. For years, the outwardly bubbly child of African migrants to the United States was teased about her dark complexion. Although bullying would eventually lead to depression and subsequent suicide attempts, God had bigger plans for her.