An elementary school counselor is teaching her students to be careful in what they post on the Internet by sending her own picture viral.
Secularism Among Jewish Millennials Presents an Opportunity for Christians to Share the Gospel, Messianic Jews Say
A new survey by the Pew Research Center shows that young Jews do not consider religion as a key component of what it means to be Jewish. This trend, connected to a wider secularism among the youth, provides an opportunity for preaching the Gospel, according to some Messianic Jewish scholars.
A new study out of Ohio State University shows there is a cyclical relationship between casual sex and mental health — poor mental health contributes do more casual sex, which leads to more mental health problems.
Two young foster children living in Knox County, Tenn., have been granted an early Christmas wish after they sent a prayer balloon into the sky this past summer asking God to give them adoptive parents and a forever home by the end of December.
An evangelical financial organization has released on Wednesday the findings of its fourth annual "State of Giving" report, which notes that giving to member groups has increased over the past two years.
A humble first grade teacher who lived in the small Connecticut town of Simsbury surprised her neighbors and her local church with the massive donations she left them after she passed away in 2011 at the age of 87.
A historically Methodist, Texas university has designated a space for its Muslim students to pray.
A Florida-based animal rights organization that is suing New York state to give legal personhood for chimpanzees holds a neutral stance on abortion.
Christians Find Help for Porn, Masturbation Addiction Through 'NoFap' Community Started on Reddit by 24-Y-O Web Developer
A growing online community called "NoFap" with more than 83,000 members on Reddit.com is helping people kick pornography and masturbation addictions, and even Christians are finding a haven for healing in it.
Television host and journalist Martin Bashir has resigned from his MSNBC show after reflecting on his highly controversial comments made about former GOP Vice Presidential nominee and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, adding that he "deeply regrets" what he said.
Abortions performed in the United States have continued their trend of decline in 2010, according to a recently released report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Rejecting Pope Francis' recent writings against the world's "tyrannical" economic system, a Tea Party advocate contended that Jesus Christ was a capitalist.
$3K 'Gift From Atheists Everywhere' Rejected by Illinois Park District to Avoid First Amendment Controversy
The park department of Morton Grove, Illinois has rejected a donation from an atheist teacher and blogger, saying that it would prefer to avoid becoming involved in any First Amendment dispute or controversy. The donation had initially been sent to compensate for lost funds after a veterans' group pulled donations to the department after one of its commissioners refused to say the Pledge of Allegiance back in early November.
With some 420 million pornographic web pages online, access to Internet porn is at an all-time high. But many people visiting these pages for pleasure end up finding themselves caught in a terrible cycle of addiction from which they are now struggling to break free.
The internet is in an uproar over a recent viral photo of what appears to be a third grade science quiz from a private, religious school in Florida that says "gravity was designed by God."
Pastor Grieving Dead Wife Reportedly Shoots Himself in Front of Mother and Pleading Son; Said He Was Hearing Wife's Voice and Footsteps
An Illinois pastor who was grieving the death of his wife, whom he buried last December, reportedly fatally shot himself inside his Matteson home Saturday in front of his mother and son who begged him not to do it, after lamenting that he was hearing her voice and footsteps.
'Sisterhood' Star and Preacher's Wife Domonique Scott Charged With Fraud, 'Forging Letter From Fictitious Bank'
Domonique Scott, one of five Atlanta preachers' wives featured in the TLC reality show "The Sisterhood" and a self-described entrepreneur and evangelist, has been charged with fraud and making false statements in a case involving her supposed tutoring of low-income students.
Former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney said in a recent interview that he was "surprised" over his daughters' recent social media spat regarding same-sex marriage, saying he would have preferred for the matter to stay within his family, instead of going public. Cheney's eldest daughter, Liz Cheney, is currently running for Wyoming's GOP Senate seat and opposes same-sex marriage, while his younger daughter, Mary, is a lesbian and outspoken proponent of gay marriage.
New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan explained Sunday why the Catholic Church continues to oppose President Barack Obama's signature health care law, saying it is incomprehensive as it excludes the undocumented immigrant and the unborn baby.
'Faith Healer' Convinced Florida Women Evil Spirit of Poverty Was on Their Money Then Fleeced Them of More Than $100,000
A slick-talking fraud posing as a faith healer allegedly convinced two South Florida women that they were possessed by evil spirits, and their money was cursed with a spirit of poverty and only he could cleanse them and their money of the evil.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has announced that his radio show, which is heard three hours a day on over 200 radio stations across the United States, is ending on Dec. 12, as he is preparing for some "new endeavors."
Non-Theist Group Erects 8-Foot-Tall Atheist Symbol Near Nativity Scene Site in Chicago's Daley Plaza
A national organization that promotes nontheism erected an "A," which stands for "atheist" and "agnostic," in Chicago's Daley Plaza on Tuesday near the place where a life-sized Nativity scene will be set up later this week.
Christian leaders have expressed their sentiments of remembrance and sorrow at the news of the death of South African human rights activist and racial pioneer Nelson Mandela.
More than 40 groups have signed on to sponsor an event geared towards combating pornography in the United States.
An elementary school in Texas has banned Christmas trees and the colors red and green at its upcoming "winter" party though a recently passed state law protects traditional holiday greetings and displays at public schools. The school's principal said in an email that she and the PTA chose to ban Christmas at the party to avoid "offending anyone."
The babysitter for three-year-old Autumn Elgersma has been charged with murder after admittedly throwing the toddler to the ground in a fit of rage. Rochelle Sapp, 33, has been charged with first-degree murder and child endangerment after the toddler died from head injuries.
A group of more than 60 clergy have signed and sent a letter to the owner of a National Football League team demanding that the franchise change its Native American derived name.
A gay couple who got married in California was denied divorce on Monday in Mississippi after a judge ruled that their marriage is not recognized under state law.
A major atheist group unveiled its own nonreligious holiday monument at Florida's capitol building in response to the recent installment of a nativity scene.
A boy with a rare type of cancer who had his health insurance plan canceled after the Affordable Care Act took effect in October is inspiring many to turn to God.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has posted a "Winter Solstice" sign at the Illinois Capitol in Springfield over the weekend, arguing that there are no gods, angels, heaven or hell, and that religion "hardens hearts and enslaves minds."
A federal lawsuit accusing a Kansas public school of violating a student's First Amendment rights was filed last month by the Alliance Defending Freedom organization after the student was prohibited from distributing fliers with biblical verses throughout the school.
Three black star Edison Tech High School student athletes in Rochester, N.Y., who refused an officer's command to "disperse" as they waited for their school bus to take them to a basketball game last Wednesday are set to go on trial next week for disorderly conduct charges.
Boulder police have accused a Colorado senior pastor of covering up information about a youth pastor who allegedly sexually assaulted a female church attendee starting when she was 15.
Report: Officials Chose Protection of Property Over Safety of 19 Firefighters Who Died in Ariz. Wildfire
The Arizona Industrial Commission overseeing workplace safety decided in a 4-0 vote on Wednesday that fire officials knowingly put protection of property ahead of the safety of the 19 firefighters who died in the wildfire tragedy in June.
A pro-life group in Michigan has successfully submitted a petition to state legislature that would put restrictions on abortion coverage on insurance plans. If passed, the new law would require women to purchase an additional rider to their insurance plan to cover an abortion before they become pregnant.
New Gay Activist Play Depicts God Creating 'Adam and Steve', Mocks Scripture, Shows Biblical Characters Nude, Simulating Anal Sex - OKC Pastors Protest
Pastors in Oklahoma City are banding together to protest a local production that depicts several biblical figures as homosexuals.
A columnist with the Fox News channel has compared the head of the Roman Catholic Church to President Barack Obama.
Researchers at the Association for Psychological Science have released a new study that suggests that awe--specifically brought on by nature--increases one's tendency to believe in God.