Conservative evangelicals have been widely criticized for their support of President Donald Trump. Yet, many evangelical leaders have not been afraid to speak out against some actions Trump and his administration have taken since winning the 2016 election.
A Nigerian missionary preacher who was charged earlier this year of using "threatening and abusive language" in London for pointing out the links between Islam and terrorism has been acquitted.
Pope Francis and representatives of a global evangelical network met last week at the Vatican, where they talked about their shared fight against persecution and for religious freedom, acknowledging they must work together despite theological differences.
A measure within the federal tax overhaul bill that would end the IRS regulation barring churches from endorsing political candidates has been removed from the proposed legislation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called U.S. President Donald Trump to thank him for a CIA tip that helped Russian authorities prevent a terrorist attack in St. Petersburg, the White House said Sunday.
Questions have been raised about President Donald Trump's mental health, with many pundits and even mental health experts believing that that the billionaire real estate mogul is mentally unstable and even "dangerous" for the nation. But others believe that such as claim is nothing more than a political campaign to delegitimize the president.
Singers Keith and Kristyn Getty, who pioneered "modern hymns" and whose worship music is popular in evangelical circles, performed this week for Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, at a holiday reception at their residence.
Megachurch pastor Carl Lentz of Hillsong NYC has pushed back against critics after admitting in his new book, Own the Moment, that he once convinced a homeless man to attend church by buying him a beer.
A Christian group is hosting a worship service at the Buffalo Bills' fieldhouse and training center before the NFL team's last home game for the season.
Influential Reformed theologian R. C. Sproul died Thursday afternoon in Altamonte Springs, Florida. He was 78.
A judge has ruled that the property of a Pennsylvania megachurch whose congregation voted overwhelmingly to leave Presbyterian Church (USA) belongs to the mainline denomination.
A recent E-Poll Market Research survey revealed which mainstream shows faith-based viewers enjoy watching.
Tim Tebow's philanthropic organization is revealing how the athlete was blessed after granting the wishes of two brothers who were stricken with cancer after one prayed to experience the disease with his brother.
Jeremy Lin is joining numerous people in congratulating a 16-year-old Louisiana student who found out this week that he's been accepted into Harvard University.
Christian country music stars are coming together to help save the lives of children who are battling with cancer.
Derick Dillard says he wasn't fired from TLC's "Counting On" series for speaking out against transgenderism in a post about Jazz Jennings, a boy who identifies as a girl, who also has a reality TV series on the network.
Academy Award-winning actress Helen Hunt will star as the lead in the upcoming film "The Miracle Season," based on the true story of a high school girls' volleyball team that's struggling to cope with the unexpected death of a teammate.
The Muslim mayor of the Israeli city of Nazareth has now said that Christmas celebrations will go ahead as scheduled despite reports last week that they would be limited, due to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision on Jerusalem.
Police in India's central state of Madhya Pradesh arrested 30 seminary students and two priests as they were singing Christmas carols in a village. The Christians were also roughed up by Hindu nationalists, who also burned down a car belonging to the priests while police allegedly looked on.
Islamic Fulani herdsmen in northeastern Nigeria, who have been accused of aligning with the Boko Haram terror group, killed more than 100 Christians after reprisal clashes earlier this month with the suspected help of the military, according to a report.
Two Sudanese Christian families remain homeless after a Muslim judge ruled against their appeals of eviction from their homes in Omdurman, and said that a Muslim real estate investor can rightfully take ownership of the church-owned properties.
A 12-year-old Iraqi Christian boy whose home was destroyed by the Islamic State met with Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday and presented him with a gift.
A humanoid robot carrying the Olympic Torch in Pyeongchang, South Korea, is the latest example of artificial intelligence being programmed to assist with daily tasks.
Is Christmas a holiday with pagan origins? Is it wrong to celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25th? And what about putting up a Christmas tree? Is that a direct violation of Jeremiah 10?
By faith we trust in God's sovereign will. We join Him in all He is doing. As He invites us to join Him, trust Him. He is worthy to be trusted.
Ministry is hard. Ministry is wonderful. Ministry will take all you have and then some. And ministry will add more to the life of a pastor than could ever be counted. But in order to survive and thrive in ministry, you must be called.
God takes someone who is flawed and dusty. Consider the 12 men whom Jesus chose to be his disciples. Their greatness came as a result of God's hand on their lives. Jesus took one guy who hated Rome and another guy who worked for Rome, threw in a few fishermen for good measure.
We would like to believe that our nation is experiencing a genuine return to decency; but that assumption is false because the acknowledgement of God is nowhere in the public debate.
America is shrinking. I don't mean we're getting shorter, I mean that we aren't having enough babies. Here's why that's bad news.
Have you heard of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program? Neither had I. But the New York Times is reporting that this little-known government agency spent $22 million of our tax dollars between 2007 and 2012 investigating unidentified flying objects.
This Christmas, there are so many reasons to remember and enjoy the carols together—so above all else, let us sing!
Malaysia isn't a country one associates with old churches. Yet, as a past installment of this column detailed, Malaysia is home to a surprising number of interesting churches — Anglican and Roman Catholic alike.
There are 12 Days of Christmas contests on the radio, 12 Days of Christmas sales at the mall, 12 Days of Christmas charity drives, and, of course, that very long song.
We light our candles by adding another candle each night. However, we need to follow Hillel's advice all year long as well. As God commanded, we need to be light and add light to the world.
But what's in a pronoun? Specifically, if a neighbor who identifies as transgender asks us to use ze rather than he or she, does it really matter?
If you or your loved ones are facing bullies, here are some words of wisdom I learned through personal experience:
The posture of the technology sector, refusing to cooperate with the FBI and law enforcement regarding the opening of locked and encrypted cell phones used by evildoers, is not just callous, it is harmful.
This let's recommit ourselves to our ideals and values. No matter what may have happened in our lives, we can start anew today.
Pray about giving and make sure your motives are pure. In other words, don't give in hope of getting something in return, even recognition.
Many media outlets described the defeat of Roy Moore in Alabama as a defeat of President Trump, as if the voters in rejecting Moore were rejecting Trump. And, with Trump's approval ratings so low, does this predict a disastrous outcome for Republicans in 2018?
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I never thought in my wildest dreams I'd talk about Taylor Swift on BreakPoint. Just look what you made me do.
Throughout this season of light for Christians and Jews, let us remember that the victory doesn't always go to the mighty and powerful.
I am delighted to retract my description of David Berkowitz as "evil." He is not who he was. His transformation shows that the gospel that changed Paul's life still changes lives today.
If you have suffered any abuse at the hands of any person, you must tell someone. The enemy loves to keep his lies in the dark where they flourish. Shine the light of truth on those lies about who you are
From the time they were very small, we taught our children to pray.
Everything points to sex, is marketed by sex, and is designed to make us think that sex should be the ultimate objective night and day.
A cycle of teen sex, low motivation, pregnancy, drug use, and poverty is crushing many rural areas.
Jesus Christ is ultimately the solution to the racial divide in America. As Isaiah the prophet foretold: "For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called 'Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.'"
Let's face it: For some of us, there's just no pleasure to be found in a cold, heartless gym. But it doesn't have to be that way. I recently met a fellow who has created a different kind of gym experience: one designed to meet our need for exercise and our need for companionship and spiritual growth.
It seems to me that four factors influenced the outcome. I predict that these same factors will continue to be relevant to American elections for the foreseeable future.
Advent — the traditional lead-up to Christmas — has been buried under a pile of twinkle lights, plastic reindeer, and the Grinch. Advent has vanished, culturally speaking.