The Christian Post spoke with believers from India, Iraq, Nigeria and one undisclosed South Asian country about the violence they and their communities have faced.
With the support of the church, a child can grow up in a “very healthy family context."
Francis Chan has shared how his recent trip to the Holy Land made the Bible “come alive” because the religious tension currently present in Israel mirrors that which took place during Jesus’ ministry.
Chicago Tribune columnist Jerry Davich, a self-described agnostic, says he experienced his own “God Friended Me” moment when his phone randomly texted the word “God” during a moment of frustration.
The future seems uncertain and the news-cycle alarming. When the future appears to be foggy, here is a prayer just for you.
The attack on Karen Pence should be a wake-up call for our fellow Christians. Though many hold to Christian teaching on marriage and family, they don’t engage in the cultural battle for hearts and minds. They believe they can stay on the sidelines while someone else fights the battle for them. They don’t like the idea of “fighting,” anyway.
Fortunately, the media are increasingly reporting about persecution of people on account of their religion. This no longer happens only on particularly news-worthy occasions.
When Brittany, Faith, Brittany, and Elisa walked through the doors of their local pregnancy help centers, they couldn’t have known they’d be meeting the Vice President of the United States just a couple of short years later.
The impact poverty and a misogynistic mindset have on girls in these countries is fairly obvious. But what about the boys? How does growing up around the sex trade impact them?
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Black Christian pastors, doctors and lawyers are calling on the Department of Health and Human Services to abolish its Office of Population Affairs, an entity that they say is responsible for funding contraceptive programs that are partly responsible for a “genocide” in their communities.
A leader in the pro-life movement says the conversation around abortion in America is changing, and urges supporters not to forget about post-abortive fathers who often suffer in silence.
Ahead of Sanctity of Life Sunday, Joni Eareckson Tada, an advocate for people with disabilities, and evangelist Nick Vujicic opened up about their personal struggles and shared why they believe life is sacred from conception to death.