"Growing Pains" star and born-again Christian Kirk Cameron made news for not only what he said at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday, but also for what he did off stage.
Fads in the NFL come and go like seasons in a year, so could the wildly popular "Tebowing" meme already be a fading trend to be replaced by "Bradying?"
Indianapolis Colts offensive linebacker Seth Olsen recently returned from his first trip to Uganda, where he saw how God is using his people to provide physical and spiritual water to villagers.
Virginia's homeschooled students should have the same opportunities to participate in public school sports as their peers, argued the head of a conservative legal group in support of the state's so-called "Tim Tebow Law."
Texas began enforcing a new law mandating abortion providers show or verbally detail to women seeking the procedure an ultrasound image of the unborn baby.
Motorists in South Carolina have been given the option of purchasing religious license plates that feature three crosses on a mountaintop against a sunrise backdrop.
Willow Creek Community Church-Huntley, one of the seven campuses of the Chicago-area megachurch, recently welcomed its first pastor, Craig Springer.
What does a Chevrolet Silverado have to do with the end times? Two words: Super Bowl.
The much buzzed about film "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," starring Academy Award winners Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock, is nominated for two Oscars, but failed to nab the "Family Approved" seal by the pro-family movie review group Dove Foundation.
"Rescued: The Heart of Adoption and Caring for Orphans," a soon-to-be-released documentary on the quandary of orphans, has succeeded in placing alongside major films such as "Courageous" as a semifinalist at the 2012 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival.
N.T. Wright stormed the gates of Calvin College in Michigan to deliver the message that the Gospels have been taken too lightly.
Thousands of Christians will gather for a day of mass prayer in Hollywood at an event called TheCRY Hollywood hosted at the Gibson Amphitheater in March.
The Los Angeles Dodgers' left-handed pitcher Clayton Kershaw may not be making as many headlines as star quarterback Tim Tebow for his faith, but the Christian athlete is nonetheless doing big things in the name of Jesus.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences goes through a rigorous voting process to determine the shortlists for the Academy Awards, but it's stirring up a lot of trouble when it comes to the best documentary feature category.