The Salvation Army is urging the public to seek the truth about who they are in light of Chick-fil-A's decision to restructure their philanthropic giving and end their multi-year funding commitments to the organization.
An 87-year-old Christian man was reportedly cut to death with a machete and another was shot to death in Nigeria’s Kaduna state by suspected Fulani radicals last week, a local source has claimed.
A coalition of groups is demanding that White House senior adviser Stephen Miller be removed following the release of emails showing white nationalist leanings.
Pro-life groups and a church have filed a lawsuit against New York for a newly signed state law that they argue forces them to hire people who support abortion.
Please do not cave in to LGBT activists and their allies. Please do not capitulate to the pressure of the radical left. Do you remember when millions of Christians stood with you when the radical left called for a boycott of your fine company?
I’ve been saddened by reading the various stories chronicled in The Christian Post of people walking away from Christianity. I have gone through some of the exact same things they have, but I’d like to tell you why I have no plans to leave Christianity.
Sin is serious business, but so is the violation of the law. And if Mr. Crist has violated the law, he must be held accountable.
In recent years, both political parties have shifted talking points on immigration and now effectively hold positions dictated by their most extreme members. Any hope for a legislative solution seems impossible.
There is a trend in modern art, in fashion, in so much of our entertainment, and in the manipulative marketing strategies constantly employed around us that leads toward an objectification of the human being.
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Pastor Robert Morris vividly remembers what he calls the “Great Underwear Crisis of 2004.”
Edward Graham, a grandson of the late evangelist Billy Graham, joined Samaritans Purse’s Operation Christmas Child mission trip to a remote village in Mexico so he could witness what he described as true evangelism at work in the world today.
In an interview with The Christian Post, legendary country singer and cultural icon Dolly Parton opened up about her faith and why she believes her life purpose is to "do something for God."