A lengthy article in The Washington Post highlighted "abortion doulas," those who comfort women during abortions. Pro-life advocates say the story severely undercuts the pro-choice message that an abortion is no different than any other procedure.
A Christian columnist has ignited an intense online debate, asserting that it's justifiable to support a morally questionable political candidate given how God uses immoral men to accomplish His purposes on Earth.
Project Veritas' Failed Sting Operation Busted By Washington Post; Conservatives Blast James O'Keefe, Donors
Conservative outfit Project Veritas has been busted for a failed sting operation wherein they lied to The Washington Post, making wild and false allegations of sexual misconduct against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
The Church of Scotland is risking becoming irrelevant unless it moves from traditional worship services with hymns to reaching young people using smartphone technology, according to an honorary chaplain to the queen.
Ravi Zacharias' Ministry Responds to 'Egregious Claims' and 'Slander' About His Character, Accomplishments
The ministry of apologist and author Ravi Zacharias is responding to "egregious" claims and "slander" now circulating online about Zacharias' character, actions, and accomplishments related to his academic background and credentials.
Some of most influential publications in America are rethinking the sexual revolution amid a cultural moment where sexual misconduct allegations emerge daily against powerful men once considered untouchable.
A popular TV series that tells the stories of the work and passions of Americans and is hosted by the man affectionately known as the "dirtiest man on television," will be released on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.
A Virginia youth pastor has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of his wife, stepdaughter, and stepdaughter's boyfriend on Thanksgiving Day and is now in being held in jail.
Without mentioning his name President Trump effectively endorsed embattled Alabama Republican Judge Roy Moore for the Senate seat as sexual misconduct allegations continue to emerge against government officials. Some are noting the double standard.
An Ontario university has apologized to a teaching assistant for berating her for showing a video in class that features a professor who famously refuses to use transgender pronouns.
Haiti is not prepared to receive 60,000 of its citizens who have been living in the United States under protected status since 2010 after an earthquake devastated the island nation, a missionary said. And some Haitian Christians in the U.S. are "terrified" they are being uprooted and forced to return.
The spirit realm is not the property of New Agers but of the Church, author Jennifer Eivaz says, and it is the inheritance of every Christian to learn how to discern and see into the supernatural.
Being both Reformed and charismatic is like being a "theological orphan," says The Village Church's Matt Chandler, and he implores both camps to quit tearing each other down. The two groups, he says, are acting like "divorced parents" and he wants to see them remarried.
Florida is proposing a resolution to declare pornography a public health crisis given its ties to human trafficking and domestic violence.
A government official in France has suggested that 13 is a reasonable age when individuals can consent to sex, a remark that has inpsired protests and has advocates concerned that predators will be enabled.
A leading advocate for the unborn is responding to a New York Times op-ed writer who urged Facebook to censor pro-life groups.
The Christian faith is now rather foreign to many who dwell in the city where a young Martin Luther attended university and entered a monastery in pursuit of God.
The castle that lies at Germany's geographic center once sheltered an Augustinian monk who changed the course of world history.
37 Percent Alabama Evangelicals Say 'More Likely' to Support Roy Moore After Sexual Misconduct Allegations
After U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore didn't deny dating teens but denied sexual misconduct charges, a large segment of Alabama evangelicals said they're more likely to support him.
A Tennessee Baptist church may lose its voting rights and be severed from the state Baptist Convention because of its decision to hire a female pastor, which the Southern Baptist Convention does not allow.
In the city made famous by an Augustinian monk whose conflicted soul impelled him to pore over the pages of Scripture and rediscover God's grace, one can visit Martin Luther's place of dwelling.
A 360 degree panorama exhibit puts on display what the town of Wittenberg may have been like in 1517, marking five centuries since the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.
Missionaries marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation sense a spiritual breakthrough for Europe and the entire world.
American Christians were among the tens of thousands who marked the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in the city where it all began.
'Unbelief' and 'Comfortable' Christianity Fueling Millennial Interest in Occult, Astrology, Pastors Say
Millennials are increasingly exploring and turning to occultic spirituality and astrology, as statistics continue showing rising numbers of "nones," those who do not identify with any particular faith. This is in part due to a mindset of fear and unbelief and comfortable Christianity, some pastors say.