Does the online church actually help grow the Church? A new study, billed as the most extensive of its kind, is touting the benefits of doing church online — and no, it’s not to simply build a crowd.
Aborting a fetus due to her race, gender or disability is now illegal in Kentucky.
Azusa Pacific University has once again opted to remove a ban on same-sex romantic relationships.
Televangelist Joel Osteen was on ABC’s “Good Morning America” Monday to talk about his upcoming 8-part History channel series detailing the life of Christ through the eyes of those around him.
Equality and diversity do not exist in Google. Fairness and tolerance are nothing better than codewords for unfairness and intolerance.
I am a recovering perfectionist. The “recovering” bit is a recent development. This unwanted personality defect has invaded different parts of my life to varying degrees for as long as I can remember. Sports, my work, my appearance, my faith—I’ve struggled in all of these areas and more.
There has always been one end-game for the radical left: the silencing of dissenting voices, in particular conservative Christian voices.
Babies are aborted, children are discarded, and women are abused. Marriages are crumbling in record numbers and families are disintegrating. All of these conditions have skyrocketed in just one generation. People are all about being free, self-made, and autonomous.
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Women in Ireland are being warned against seeking the abortion pill reversal treatment that’s been successfully used in the U.S. to save babies’ lives. The Irish Department of Public Health is advising women that there is “no such thing” as abortion reversal and attempts to do so could result in either a miscarriage or an unhealthy outcome for the pregnancy.
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White House officials and evangelical leaders gathered for “Making Families Great Again” conference on family policy hosted by the Hungarian Embassy at the Library of Congress.
Eight year-old Jack Wilson was on a weekend visit to his grandparents' house in mid-December 2016 when he informed his grandmother that his name was really Jacquelyn.