Christian women working in Hollywood say the faith-based film industry can be just as challenging for them to be recognized as equals to their male counterparts as it is for women working for secular studios and production companies.
“VeggieTales” creator Phil Vischer has released a new children’s Bible aimed at helping kids better understand the Bible and how it applies to their lives.
This week in Christian history: Polish Protestants to America, John Henry Newton, 3rd Great Awakening
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Sept. 22-28, in Church history.
Thirteen South Korean families living in China as part of a mission group were deported after Communist officials decided the Christians’ stay in the country was “illegal” due to their evangelistic work.
Life, in general, is not always an easy thing to live through or to handle. In John 16:33 Jesus said, “I have said ...
As the saying goes, "You need more than talent to make it." Over time I have come to realize the truism behind that saying—finding that character is actually the unsung hero of true success.
With so much focus being given to the crisis on our southern border, it would be easy to forget about an equally pressing and critical humanitarian crisis: the world’s refugees.
Guttmacher takes considerable pains to argue that other pro-life policies have had little do to with the overall decline in abortions.
A recent survey found that the average child today spends less than three years playing a sport and quits by age 11. One of the reasons? Kids just aren’t having fun in sports anymore.
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Millennials boldly preach freedom from LGBT lives at Orlando march 3 years after Pulse mass shooting
Neither rain nor intense heat could stop hundreds of people from gathering Saturday to proclaim their freedom from homosexuality. A group of passionate millennials who call themselves “overcomers” brought the Freedom March to Florida to share how Jesus delivered them from the LGBT lifestyle.
Progressive evangelical leader Jim Wallis argues in his new book that American Christians are “disconnected to Jesus” and must stop supporting President Donald Trump.
In a society largely devoid of orthodox theology, Christians should continue to sing the great hymns to better understand the important foundational stones upon which their faith rests, Joni Eareckson Tada says.