Imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani has ended a three-week hunger strike protesting the regime's prohibition on his children’s ability to complete their education because they refuse to study Islam.
Christians traveling to Saudi Arabia are being warned not to publicly display their Bible while in the country, despite the kingdom's recent openness to tourism.
Lauren Daigle said she’s moving back home to Louisiana, the same day she was honored by Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser as one of the “greatest ambassadors” of the state.
A second pastor of Willow Creek Community Church has resigned from his position, citing a conflict in values.
We want people to visit our churches. We want them to return so they can have multiple opportunities to hear the Gospel and connect with believers. But many do not return.
Attorney General William Barr is making headlines for a speech he delivered at Notre Dame University’s law school last Friday. Barr, a devout Catholic, told faculty and students that “the problem is not that religion is being forced on others, the problem is that irreligion is being forced—secular values are being forced on people of faith.”
More American corporations, including a few having to do with sports, have joined a growing list of American companies who seem committed to appeasing the People’s Republic of China.
Republican Sens. Tom Cotton of Arkansas and Joni Ernst of Iowa recently introduced legislation that would strengthen abortion reporting requirements in the United States.
I found myself contemplating another disturbing expression of violence in Looney Tunes, in this case, the sexually aggressive stalking behavior of everybody’s favorite amorous skunk, Pepe Le Pew.
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Spending 735 days detained in Turkey before being released last year thanks to United States diplomatic pressure, North Carolina missionary Andrew Brunson became somewhat of a hero in the eyes of many American evangelicals for standing strong in his faith despite the persecution.
In an exclusive interview with The Christian Post, Ruth Graham, daughter of evangelist Billy Graham, discusses her own journey of forgiveness and invites others to participate in the "holy, transformative" power of the Gospel.
A feminist activist is warning about the systematic push to normalize the sex trade and the work of progressive nonprofits that are guiding politicians on how to obfuscate the harms of child sex trafficking.