Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who in 2015 spent six days in jail for her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples because of her conservative Christian beliefs, is now telling her side of the story — the side she says the media refuses to tell.
A West African entrepreneur is launching a new Bible journal employing the science of "if-then planning" to help busy Christians in a culture of distractions solidify their Bible-reading habits and quiet times.
Students for Life of America, the nation's largest pro-life youth organization, celebrated victory at the Miami University of Ohio Friday after school officials settled a federal lawsuit in which they agreed to no longer require a "trigger warning" for pro-life speech on campus.
A Muslim teen watched jihadi propaganda videos and read Islam's holy book before he plotted to kill several people at a birthday sleepover in Jupiter, Florida, on Monday, police have said.
A federal judge has upheld the Trump administration's expansion of religious liberty exemptions to the Department of Health and Human Services' birth control coverage mandate.
A Southern Baptist church treasurer in Missouri has been arrested and indicted by a federal grand jury after it was alleged that he stole between $300,000 to $750,000 from his congregation, which suffered the loss of its church building in a "suspicious" December 2016 fire.
An Easter sign by an Australian church featuring the word "Jesus" was recently barred at a local shopping center in New South Wales, with the property company initially offering the phrase "risen Christ" to be used instead.
Megachurch Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, has officially dedicated a new state-of-the-art facility to expectant mothers in crisis so that they and their children can have a safe space to build a "strong foundation for a fulfilling life."
The former primary campus for the multisite Mars Hill is reporting considerable growth in the three years since the Washington State-based church disbanded.
Michelle Qureshi, wife of the late Muslim-turned-Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi, offered words of encouragement to Christians from Muslim backgrounds and shared the three things her late husband would say to recent converts.
The faith-based film "I Can Only Imagine" hits theaters nationwide Friday and according to the popular American ticketing company Fandango and MovieTickets.com, the movie is already the top-selling feature film in theaters this weekend.
Hollywood actor Dennis Quaid described the impact his role in "I Can Only Imagine" has had on his life and what he thinks Heaven will be like in an interview with The Christian Post.
Sight & Sound Theatres has brought epic Bible stories to life for 42 years and now for the first time in its successful history, it is bringing the powerful story of "Jesus" to audiences like never seen before
In venues packed with people singing along to his every word, Grammy-nominated gospel music singer Jonathan McReynolds has battled with feelings of loneliness.
"Living Biblically," the new CBS show that premiered at the end of February, poses the danger of characterizing Christians as literal fundamentalists who could stone their own children, a biblical scholar has warned.
Actor, writer and producer Daniel Roebuck has been in Hollywood for the past 35 years and while now making faith-based films and hopes people live every day like it's their first day, to the Glory of God.
As Syria's civil war entered its eighth year Thursday, with millions still fleeing for their lives and the highest children's death toll, a priest has decried the global Church as "shameful" for failing to "shout and scream" for an end to the carnage.
A Chinese priest has shared a video showing local officials tearing down crosses from a church during a major raid in Henan Province, where authorities locked out the priests and nuns.
Prominent atheist and physicist Stephen Hawking, who preached that science offers a more "convincing explanation" of the universe than belief in God does, died early Wednesday, the University of Cambridge announced. He was 76.
Sweden is considering a ban on all religious schools to combat "segregation" in the country, which took in a record number of asylum seekers in recent years.
Jay says it's a "miracle" that he came to faith in Christ.
The government of Algeria has recently denied suggestions that its continued shut down of various churches in recent weeks and months is due to its persecution of Christians, though believers have claimed that the trend shows otherwise.
We all inherently feel our work should have meaning beyond earning a living — be about something bigger than ourselves. We want a sense that even the tedium in our jobs serves a purpose.
As children, we are "members of the household of God" who "ought to behave in the household of God" as He prescribes.
We all know Abraham—an imperfect man, but one of unfathomable faith as he obediently put his son Isaac on the altar in Genesis 22.
I firmly believe there is a trend being established in the Western world. It's subtle in nature but if you are carefully watching what is going on, you will discern that the tide of public opinion is rapidly turning against true Bible-believing Christians. It is time for followers of Jesus to get ready for persecution in the West.
What explains Billy Graham's humility and integrity? Here was his greatest fear ...
I'll be honest with you: I can be quick to say, "That person needs Jesus." Truthfully, I need Jesus just as much (if not more sometimes) than when I make unhealthy comments like that. Recently, I've come to realize that instead of constantly praying for revival "in other people" I need to first be praying for revival within myself.
Christianity could well use a revival in these days of worldwide apostasy and no one would discourage the move of God's Spirit, but it is far more likely that the church may be concentrated rather than expanded in the next few years.
They're not friendly enough. There have been far too many times I've walked through the foyer of a church and NOT been greeted or said hello to or helped. First impressions matter.
I think its time we start to see each other differently in the schools of America. If we see someone down we should be the first one to try to help them up. We should be the first to encourage them. I think it's time we stop looking for the government to fix our problems.
Have we forgotten the hidden secret of fasting? I believe that we have. Fasting is challenging because the flesh always wants to negotiate. It says, "Can we meet in the middle? Don't completely remove food; that's too extreme...too hard...too rigid."
I was out of the country when Billy Graham died, so I did not get to tell you my thoughts about this amazing man of God. But if I keep silent, the stones may cry out.
There are countless churches in America today that are growing massive without solid, gospel-centered preaching.
And the winner is ... yet another film that most of us won't want to see. The message "The Shape of Water" wants to send is a depraved one.
Jeffress is correct that a sex scandal or two (or twenty) and layers of lies surrounding them should not flip our assessments of entire party platforms. But neither should a general allegiance to a party blind us to the failings of our politicians and the impact that those can have on a nation.
If you've never humbled yourself, taken full responsibility for your actions without blaming others, and asked for forgiveness, you should try it.
Bisexual confessions and ex-gay testimonies have something in common. People who speak up about either of these particular experiences in their life tend to get ridiculed by others.
Few realize how subtly doctrinal drift occurs.
Ruth Graham, the great evangelist's daughter, shared the story of having been divorced, of marrying a second time despite her parents' misgivings, and then having to flee that abusive relationship.
If the presidential elections were held today and Donald Trump was running against Hillary Clinton, I would vote for him without hesitation. But that doesn't mean that he doesn't embarrass me at times like he did with Chuck Todd.
School districts are removing symbols of religious belief at a feverish pace. As they freely remove these symbols of God from the classroom, let's remind them that their ability to do so required God's gift of free agency.
The political positions many white evangelical pastors and churches have taken have alienated many black people.
Can the Christian become demon possessed?
In years past, Florida state judges have used the privacy clause to strike down several state level pro-life laws including parental involvement laws and waiting periods.
As I think of Donald Trump going to meet Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, I feel the urgency of prayer.
Rigby Assad spent 10 years in the National Clandestine Service.
Who would win if youth ministry held it's own version of The Oscars?
Most church members have no idea their pastor is depressed.
Vladimir Putin calls himself a Christian, but he has declared war on the Gospel, and speaks of war with the West.
Dr. Lawrence Krauss is a widely read astrophysicist and university professor, and is known publicly for his deep commitment to materialistic naturalism.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation blocks me from ever making remarks on their Facebook page which is fine but also hypocritical.
Many of us seek some moral authority - a person or group who is a guiding light about important moral and ethical issues.
Is investing a good idea for Christians?
China's "well-choreographed annual parliament," is set to remove the two-term rule for president in order to allow president Xi Jinping to rule for life.