Although Somalia is one of the most dangerous countries for Christians in the world, the Gospel is on the rise there thanks to the efforts of converts who choose to risk everything to follow Jesus, a missions group has said.
A doughnut shop in Maine has publicly apologized for asking The Salvation Army for help in finding a family in need this Christmas after it was attacked online by activists who claim the charity is anti-LGBT.
Greg Wood, a father of three and International Mission Board missionary who served a village of indigenous people in Mexico, has died from an aggressive brain cancer after a two-year struggle with the disease. He was 48.
A major pro-life organization is overseeing a nationwide campaign this month to have Christmas caroling performed outside approximately 80 abortion clinics.
A newlywed woman, who was getting ready to start a new chapter in life with her husband and daughter, was left nearly speechless after she suffered a massive stroke while testifying on stage about God's goodness at her church in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Christian leaders have been speaking out with various opinions following Democrat Doug Jones' surprise victory Tuesday night against Republican candidate Roy Moore in the U.S. Senate seat battle in the mostly Republican state of Alabama.
A veteran Middletown, Pennsylvania, police officer has been suspended from work for 10 days for attending church while on active duty. He claims, however, that his constitutional right to religious freedom is being "infringed upon" by his supervisor and may sue.
Noted Reformed theologian and founder of Ligonier Ministries R.C. Sproul has been hospitalized due to breathing problems and as of Tuesday remains in critical condition.
One of the world's largest Bible translation organizations has said that while its pioneering rapid translation method is achieving unprecedented success, demonic attacks and severe persecution have been inflicting its workers.
Ron Carpenter Jr., pastor of the 21,000 member multi-campus Redemption Church headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, announced Sunday that he will be consolidating his church operations by stepping down as pastor of the Greenville campus where he has been for more than 25 years.
Churches across the United States and Canada are holding "Blue Christmas" services meant to minister to those who are experiencing suffering or loss during the holiday season.
Carson Wentz's NFL season came to an end with an ACL injury Sunday, but that isn't stopping him from trusting that God has a perfect plan.
A video of a "friendless" young schoolboy in Tennessee about being bullied for being "ugly" has gone viral, and caused many celebrities to say they are inspired by him and express solidarity.
Gospel recording artist Travis Greene recently received a 2018 Grammy nomination for "Best Gospel Album" and as the success of his modern style worship continues, the singer said he has no regrets performing at Donald Trump's inauguration ball earlier this year because God called him to be unashamed of the gospel in all areas.
Dallas Cowboys chaplain Jonathan Evans, son of Dr. Tony Evans and a former NFL fullback took to Social Media on Wednesday to share footage of three NFL players openly accepting Jesus Christ as savior and getting baptized.
Executive Vice President of AFFIRM Films, Rich Peluso, shares his insight on the evolution of Christian films while discussing the new Christmas release, "The Star" and the upcoming Bible Epic 'Paul, Apostle of Christ" in a Q&A with The Christian Post.
"Dinner Conversations" is a new show and video podcast by award-winning Christian artist and comedian Mark Lowry and author and singer Andrew Greer who sit down at the dining table to discuss real topics that Christians are faced with on a daily basis.
Criticism by shocked parents and politicians has forced the U.K.'s National Health Service to remove a question asking primary school children if they "feel different" to the gender they were born with.
A woman who was held captive and repeatedly raped by members of Al Shabaab is sharing the horrific details of daily sexual abuse and forced abortions endured by those who are kidnapped by the the radical Islamic terror group.
An evangelical Christian teacher in the U.K. has been "reduced to tears" and forced to sue the school that suspended him for referring to a transgender student born a female as a "girl."
Iraq declared Saturday that its territory is now "fully liberated" from the Islamic State, overlooking warnings by allies that the terror group still poses a threat to the country in the form of guerrilla warfare.
Egypt's Coptic Church said Saturday its leader, Pope Tawadros II, will not meet U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during the latter's visit to Cairo this month, citing President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
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.
Throughout this season of light for Christians and Jews, let us remember that the victory doesn't always go to the mighty and powerful.
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.
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.
Hanukkah is a holiday of hope, one that teaches us that there is no limit to what we can accomplish when we let God be our guiding light and do our best to shine our own.
Was this a vote against Trump and therefore part of a larger, national shift, a precursor of things to come?
We've given a wry smile at an offensive joke, instead of saying that it was inappropriate. We've put up with the sly sexual comments, instead of standing our ground and calling it out.
In a decision handed down Monday night, the city council for Hartford, Conn., authorized a new regulation that will force the city's only pro-life pregnancy center to post signage meant to turn women away from its life-saving services.
In times of discontent one has to go straight to the Father to down on his lap, cry if needed be. Then sit and let gratefulness be known. From a place of thankfulness ask him to fill the cup with the things that may be absent.
Rock 'n' roll, at its best, is supposed to be about tolerance, peace and love. Does Roger Waters truly want to commemorate this Christmas with even more bigotry and indifference to the suffering of others?
Peaceful living, I am determining, has much to do with knowing the season God has placed you in.
Christian reaction to the announcement, however, has been an eye-opener, and might have greater impact upon future Jewish-Christian relations than the President's announcement will ultimately have on the politics of the Middle East.
The command to 'Go' brought about the first congregations and became the continuing vision of their earthly mission for Christ, along with the goal of personal spiritual growth. An end result of this church mission was to reach 'the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.'
Isn't it hypocritical for a woman to present herself as a sexual object – clearly, intentionally, and unambiguously – if she doesn't want to be seen as a sexual object?
Scientism puts forth the erroneous assertion that ultimate truth can only be known through science.
Headlines in the past few weeks have shown an avalanche of charges and accusations brought against various elected officials, media moguls and high-profile personalities.
Allowing people with mental illness to serve also engages the gifts of people in your church, people who have something to contribute — something given to them by God.
How has it come about that a nation often assumed to be Christian, a nation also obsessed with pursuing happiness, has acquired such an anti-Christian understanding of what it means to be happy?
Christian anthropology and authentic Wesleyanism in particular offer a very different political theology premised on the divinely ordained sacred nature of each human individual.
The most effective prayer plan is the one you will use. What I know: If you do not have a plan to pray, usually you will not pray consistently and effectively.
Pre-Reformation England was one of the most pious Roman Catholic countries. So much so it is widely reported that more English churches were dedicated to Mary than in France, Italy or Spain, the countries more commonly associated with Catholicism.
Repeatedly, we find that opposition to abortion "covers a multitude of sins." More specifically, it is support for a legal ban on abortion that justifies backing politicians and policies that don't remotely resemble the Way of Jesus.
Many seminarians become cold and rigid. They have all the right answers, but none of the right life. I did not want that to happen to me. A funny thing happened to me though.
On Wednesday, the Family Research Council's Lt. General Jerry Boykin and Travis Weber gave Wilson 77,024 reasons to reconsider the action taken against Col. Leland Bohannon.
The commercialization of Christmas feels like a big financial trap! My husband and I want to show love to our kids and family but the pressure to spend and borrow just to put a bunch of packages under the tree seems ridiculous.
Unless you've been under a rock for the last few weeks, you've heard about the plethora of #MeToo reports of sexual harassment and abuse perpetrated by politicians, actors and the news media.
As all eyes are focused on Jerusalem once again because of President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.