Saddleback Church pastor and best-selling author Rick Warren urges Christians to always keep in mind that their life on "Earth is just a temporary assignment," and to focus on the things that really matter.
Warren published a devotional Monday that focused on the Bible verse 2 Corinthians 4:18, as rendered by the Today's English Version.
An interfaith coalition of pastors, college officials, and legal scholars have come together to denounce a California bill that would limit religious exemptions for schools.
California's legislature is presently considering Senate Bill 1146, a piece of proposed legislation that critics fear will drastically curb the religious freedom of private academic institutions.
The statement, titled "Protecting the future of religious higher education," was published on the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission's website Tuesday and includes signatories from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish backgrounds. more >>
As Roma Downey gears up for the release of the highly anticipated reboot of "Ben-Hur," the outspoken Christian producer and actress is set to be honored with a star on the famous Hollywood walk of fame.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced that they will present Downey with the 2,586th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday.
Downey's star will be placed next to her husband's, producer Mark Burnett. more >>
Stephen Curry says he doesn't consider himself lucky to be celebrating five years of marriage with his wife, Ayesha, because he believes it's a blessing.
After celebrating their five year anniversary, Ayesha listed faith as the key element in her marriage to NBA star Steph Curry.
The Currys have been vocal about their marriage for some time and took an anniversary trip to St. Tropez, France, to celebrate their union. Before arriving, Steph spoke about the blessing that his marriage has been. "About to start our 5th wedding anniversary trip in style! Blessed to spend life with this beautiful woman ... #blessednotlucky," he wrote. more >>
The Churches of Christ-associated Pepperdine University in California has quietly given up its longtime federal Title IX religious exemption that allowed the school to maintain its biblical convictions on marriage and gender identity, it has recently been discovered.
Over the last few years, many Christian schools have requested and been granted religious exemptions to the Obama administration's interpretation that the Title IX law of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Those exemptions allow colleges to enforce campus policies that prohibit their students from engaging in things like homosexual relationships and sexual relations outside the context of marriage. more >>
A California lawmaker is asking the state legislature to recognize August as "Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month" but some pastors and national security analysts are criticizing the move, saying it promotes a false narrative.
Assemblymember Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) who introduced House Resolution 59 on Monday, said in a statement posted Friday on the Council on American Islamic Relations' Facebook page that he was "proud to celebrate the first ever Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month by honoring generations of Muslim Americans for their many social, cultural, and economic contributions to California."
"The rhetoric surrounding this election makes the presentation of this resolution more important for me," Quirk said, adding that "it is appropriate to acknowledge and promote awareness of the myriad invaluable contributions of Muslim Americans in California and across the country, and extend to them the respect and camaraderie every American deserves." more >>