Democrat House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and other Democrat members of Congress joined with conservative evangelicals including National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference President the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez to promote legislation to replace the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy.
An Iranian convert to Christianity, now an ordained minister in the Church of Sweden, has said that she has helped bring close to 1,500 Muslims to Christ over the past five years, overcoming severe family abuse and death threats.
Simone Biles' mother has said she wants to appear in court for the criminal sentencing of former Team USA gymnastics physician Dr. Larry Nassar who her daughter has accused of molestation.
Facebook said Thursday that it has lifted its ban on paid ads for a fundraising effort connected to Alveda King's upcoming documentary that highlights the "real untold story" of abortion in the United States and the history of eugenics associated with Planned Parenthood.
A Chick-fil-A restaurant in Fargo, North Dakota, is asking for forgiveness following a controversial decision to kick out a mother for breast-feeding her child, with the owner being accused of telling the woman that men can see her "indecency."
The United States Justice Department said that the Washington, D.C. public transit system violated the free speech rights of the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington by refusing to place it's Christmas advertisement on the side of Metro buses.
Many reporters in the White House press corps and critics of President Trump are questioning the results of his physical after U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson said Tuesday that the commander-in-chief's overall health is "excellent."
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz has warned that severe punishment is coming to America — anything from a massive earthquake to a nuclear strike — which she said will be a "game-changer."
A Michigan pastor whose columns on the intersection of faith and everyday life has argued that hymns like "Onward, Christian Soldiers" should not be removed from hymnals.
The recent Hawaii missile scare should serve as a reminder to Christians everywhere that death might be just around the corner, said megachurch pastor Greg Laurie, who noted that the Bible offers two options for where people can end up, namely Heaven or Hell.
A widely referenced quote often attributed to St. Francis of Assisi was likely never spoken by the famous Medieval saint, according to Catholic scholars.
"Mambo No. 5" singer Lou Bega sold millions of albums world-wide in the late '90s singing about the many women he was involved with but now an upcoming film will show that he's changed his life around and is living for Jesus.
Micah Tyler makes music to encourage others in Christ, but the Christian pop star has had to dig deep to overcome some of his own recent struggles.
Christian actor Kevin Sorbo has been barred from making an appearance at a Comicon later this year for the simple reason that he is friends with conservatives like Fox News host Sean Hannity.
Edwin Hawkins, the multi-time Grammy Award-winning Gospel music mind behind such famous songs as "Oh, Happy Day," has died. He was 74 years old.
Cody McCarver says he once lost his faith but was able to reconnect with God after his father became a believer before he died in prison.
The number of Christians living in the Gaza Strip has massively declined, Church leaders have warned, hailing believers who choose to stay behind despite the hardships as being "real heroes."
If churches and other Christian groups in Canada want to receive government grants for student summer jobs, support for abortion must be part of their "core mandate," according to a Canadian government official.
Lawyers who represent dozens of Christians arrested in China could lose their legal certifications after they were accused of illegally defending their clients.
A new survey on the prayer habits of adults in the U.K. has found that just over half turn to prayer, including one in five of those who describe themselves as non-religious, particularly at a time of crisis.
Islamic militants who shot and killed a man on Saturday in Egypt because of his cross tattoo have pledged to kill more people belonging to the nation's beleaguered Christian community, a friend of the deceased believer has said.
Hate speech charges against two street preachers in the U.K. were recently dropped, following an incident in December when the men challenged an atheist's worldview and referred to the Bible when asked about homosexuality.
Is it God's will that we consume a plant-based diet? Frightening blood test results from my doctor recently prompted me to ponder this question.
Why would the NASB introduce the word "Palestine" when "Palestine" did not exist at that time.
Where did my story fit in the Christian pews when some Christian stores wouldn't carry it?
Did you know that the United States has not been this polarized since the Civil War?
Bob Dole's sacrifice as a soldier cost the use of his right arm and nearly cost his life.
As laughable as California's ridiculous "Reproductive FACT Act" is on paper, its aims are deadly—both for children in the womb and for free speech itself.
CVS will end airbrushing in advertisements because of its negative health effects on girls.
There is a massive cultural divide today between Americans who see Christianity as foundational to our past and essential for our future, and Americans who see Christianity as irrelevant, if not dangerous.
Planned Parenthood's recently released annual report exposes the organization for what it truly is.
Maybe we can't stop the world around us from being worldly, but we can certainly step higher ourselves. Our calling is not to join in the ever-encroaching darkness. It's to shine brightly like lights.
Too many congregations are wasting precious time, money, and energy doing too much. In fact, the churches are so complex that they have ceased to do ministry effectively.
My friend Roland Warren, CEO of Care Net said it best—that the premarital sex was the sin, not the baby.
No one has ever said, "I really regret those phone free years with my kids. We could have really used that smartphone in our child's life a lot sooner."
The problem isn't so much the concept of dating with purpose; the problem is this has created a tendency to hold people of the opposite sex at arm's length.
Every season of reformation and every hour of spiritual awakening has been ushered in by a recovery of biblical preaching.
No manner of skimping or quick start shortcuts can be used to replace solid planning. Time is needed to do it right!
Since the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. opened, news outlets have been having a cow of biblical proportions.
We can no longer bury our head in the sand and ignore the reality of Christian persecution at the hands of Islamic trafficking terrorists.
When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rolled back President Barack Obama's "net neutrality" policy, Chairman Ajit Pai told reporters, "It's not going to kill democracy."
Hopefully, at some point, the power of God's love will overwhelm you to the point that you would never settle for God merely liking you! Strive for more. Don't settle, until you settle in the depths of the Father's love for you.
While discussing religion with Stephen Colbert on the "Late Show," Ricky Gervais described himself as an "agnostic atheist." Gervais said, "No one knows if there's a God, so technically, everyone's agnostic. We don't know. An agnostic atheist is someone who doesn't know if there's a God or not, as no one does."
It's hard to believe there ever was a time in our country when the racist subjugation of one group of people was not considered a grave injustice. Such evil was never because of Christianity but in spite of it. This same error today, I believe, is being made with respect to abortion.
Today we mark the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. His extraordinary importance to America and the world calls us to set aside all other news as we remember his historic life and legacy.
I don't know why this is so difficult. When the president does the right thing, we commend him and encourage him. When he does the wrong thing, with full respect for his office, we express our differences. Is this really so hard?
There is no escaping the realities of life . . . and death, even in a place as beautiful as Hawaii. One day, it will not be a false alarm. Be ready for whatever emergency comes your way. There is no more important thing.
Sadly, too many Trump haters in the media, Hollywood and in politics have not yet accepted the fact that their candidate lost in the 2016 election and that Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States.
On August 28, 1963, the great reformer, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech from the hallowed steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
The language of hope fills the most recent edition to the "Star Wars" saga.
We are here to wade into our mess until that moment, that graceful moment, when we've waded far enough to finally catch a glimpse of what lies on the other side: our true self.
Launched in the beginning of January, "Equity Forward" identifies itself on its online "About Us" page as, a project aiming, "to ensure transparency and accountability among anti-reproductive health groups and individuals who are actively working to deny women access to services."
The term "culture" is a concept that has developed in the last few hundred years as a way to explain different behaviors between groups of people.