Iraqi Christians are reaching out with forgiveness to the Islamic radicals who have murdered, tortured, and raped their communities, even as they face an existential struggle for survival.
A Facebook post from a Florida middle school educator who was named teacher of the year has gone viral following the mass school shooting last week. In it, she issues a challenge to parents and talks about God's intentions.
The Republican Party in the state of Kansas on Saturday moved to affirm "God's design for gender as determined by biological sex," not "self-perception."
Newt Gingrich, the former U.S. House Speaker and presidential candidate, warned that "atheist philosophy" might pose an ever bigger threat to Christianity than radical Islamic terror groups.
A Muslim government official in Scotland is giving up his favorite soft drink for Lent and donating the money he saves by not having to purchase the beverage for 40 days to a charity that helps persecuted Christians across the globe.
President Donald Trump bashed billionaire media mogul Oprah Winfrey late Sunday night as "very insecure" and dared her to run for president so he could expose and defeat her "just like all of the others."
Just days after baptizing his young daughter Mallory, Shane Hall, the beloved pastor of First Southern Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, died following a three-year battle with stomach cancer on Friday. He was 46.
The National Day of Prayer Task Force has called on pastors and churches across the country to pray on Sunday for families that were affected by Wednesday's mass shooting that killed 17 students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. President Trump met survivors of the attack Friday.
Christian author and Pastor Tim Challies of Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario, has warned that Christians should not marry unbelievers.
A Michigan pastor, who has received death threats for hosting a church workshop for teen girls struggling with their sexuality, says that the workshop has helped save the life of one suicidal 13-year-old.
The Ryan Coogler-directed "Black Panther" has set a new box office record with an estimated $192 million for its three-day debut in North America.
Vice President Mike Pence was criticized earlier this week by Joy Behar on "The View" for saying he listens to Jesus and now in a recent interview, Oprah Winfrey likewise shared that she too hears from God and will not be running for president unless God tells her to.
Pure Flix Entertainment released the Bible epic "Samson" in theaters Friday and lead actor Taylor James says along with being inspired by his role, he began a Christian practice that he will continue to take with him onto future Hollywood movie sets.
A Christian ministry known for combating human trafficking and prostitution has helped "Fifty Shades Freed" actress Arielle Kebbel in her quest to find her missing sister.
The blockbuster film "Black Panther" isn't a Christian movie but many churches have either hosted screenings or are buying tickets in bulk for youth to see it, and gospel music veteran Kirk Franklin explains why.
Singer Ciara has for the first time shared photos of her baby girl nine months after giving birth in April.
A Muslim mob is calling for the lynching of a Christian teenager in Pakistan who's been accused of posting blasphemous content on Facebook, according to a London-based Christian humanitarian group.
A judge in central India has sentenced 13 Christians, including a visually-challenged couple and five women, to six months' rigorous imprisonment for trying to "convert" aboriginal people to Christianity by offering them "inducements."
Christian humanitarian group World Vision is denying allegations that its staff paid for sex in nations plagued by crises as controversy engulfs several prominent international relief agencies accused of sexually exploiting vulnerable people.
Israel will not hesitate to attack Iran if Tehran's aggression against Israel continues unchecked, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned at the Munich Security Conference Sunday.
Britain's education watchdog has given the lowest ranking to a Christian primary school, whose chairman is the pastor of a Pentecostal church, for teaching creationism in a science class.
An Anglican vicar has been caught on video in his church-owned home inhaling from a crack pipe, snorting cocaine, watching pornography, and talking about using female escorts.
Religious studies has been ranked as one of the least important subjects students should learn in school, according to a survey released by the U.K.-based research group YouGov.
The wife of Malaysian Pastor Raymond Koh, who had been accused of proselytizing to Muslims and was abducted by masked men near his home one year ago, is pleading for the release of her husband, a month after an inquiry into the incident was halted.
Pornography not only debases both its purveyors and the consumers, it also preaches a sexual narrative that is not only unhealthy but dangerously at odds with reality.
America has suddenly become a nation where children are being encouraged to impersonate the opposite sex!
Outrageous! Thousands of Christians are being butchered in Nigeria. Why are we unconcerned?
Our youth are looking for a church that isn't contained in four walls.
Students today are much different because of the latest cultural disruption — the smartphone. This age is one of instant and unrelenting technology that beams terrorism, radical political division, financial and environmental destabilization at us 24/7 in the palm of our hand. We can't escape seeing and knowing. Young minds can't escape bullying or the threat of becoming ostracized as texting and social media overpower their ability to be individuals.
There is evil in the world because God gave humans a choice.
Anyone who looks at Congress knows it is broken, hopefully not irretrievably so.
I saw "Black Panther" yesterday, which makes me anything but unusual.
After seeing Sports Illustrated's response to the "Me Too" movement, I can only assume they are saying .... "Objectify Me Too."
No other developed nation in the world subjects their children to this kind of violence.
It is a concept that all started in prison.
Sometimes the best part of church crawling is finding the unexpected.
For Christians who want to have a consistent pro-life ethic across all of the issues related to life and death, the status quo is unacceptable.
Will Joy Behar hear the voice of God?
Why is the children's minister position is such demand?
Some of us can still remember quite vividly when things were very different in this country.
What do you call it when Western elites attempt to foist abortion on native African cultures?
Clayton Jennings, for the sake of Christ, His church and your soul I implore you to repent.
To say that these are needless deaths is a gross understatement.
I'm personally glad we have a vice president that listens to the voice of God.
Samson's story is larger than life, but it contains wisdom for us today.
When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was signed into law back in December, millions started asking and wondering how it would personally affect them.
Religious leaders who bless late-term abortions need to repent.
This shooting was purely from Satan. It was anti-God. It was evil. We have a desperate need for God's peace. Now is the time to turn to God in prayer!
A person — not policy or politics — committed this atrocity.
School violence is increasing at epidemic proportions!
Do not be fooled by the media promoting a false North Korea. It is a brutal place to live and a horrible place to die.
Is Planned Parenthood losing the battle?
In a time when we are experiencing battles on many cultural fronts, we need to show more mercy.
Is reckless government spending going to saddle future generations with debts that can't be paid back?
We all want to pick that perfect person and we are terrified at the prospect of choosing a train wreck.
Today's culture, through novels, films, and TV shows, teaches that intense romantic feelings trump everything else.
The warnings were dire at Appalachian State University.
An Episcopal Church resolution calling upon the denomination's General Convention to "avoid the use of gendered pronouns for God" is gaining increased attention.