The opioid epidemic is delivering tragedy and pain to families across the country. Here's how one such family has responded in Christ.
Many churches today "don't know what to do with the single and childless." What should the church do to ensure that singles are every bit as much a part of the life of the church as married folks?
Have you ever noticed that those who run from God because they want to pursue happiness apart from Him and His plan for their lives are actually some of the angriest, most unhappy people around?
What happens when a civilization forgets — or rejects — its roots? We're seeing it right now.
If the books of the Bible could vote, which would be most likely to cast a Republican ballot? According to one professor at Yale Divinity School, the book of Proverbs would be a card-carrying member of the GOP.
Are you too attached to your stuff? Did you ever consider that piles of clutter may affect your spiritual life?
No matter the crisis, when Christians take the love of Jesus to the hurting and suffering, hope and transformation are sure to follow.
The pressure on Christians to wave the rainbow flag may be new, but the issue is as old as the church.
Why should we actively and publicly defend religious freedom? We'll look to the Apostle Paul for an answer.
Ever hear the old saw that religious people are on the wrong side of history? It isn't true. Turns out, we're on the right side of the future as well.
Do Hollywood people know what marriage is all about? Let's count up the splits just in 2017.
When it comes to anxiety and depression, our young people don't need safe spaces. They need Jesus.
Find out how a famous atheist started a secular humanist on the road to faith in Jesus Christ.
How 'bout some good news today? Like a story about a humble, likable and rising baseball star.
What does Planned Parenthood do? Everyone seems to know the answer except Planned Parenthood. Colgate sells toothpaste, and Planned Parenthood sells abortions — more than anyone else in the business.
We can't say it often enough: Christians are disappearing from the Middle East. They need our prayers and support.
An Australian company is turning fertilized human embryos — that is, children at the embryonic stage — into jewelry. It's a stunning example of how far we have fallen in terms of treating children as commodities.
For proof that our culture has gone to the dogs, look no further than the bizarrely parental ways many Americans talk about our furry friends.
To most Americans, Charles de Gaulle was, as one writer put it, "an obnoxious, overly ambitious man who, in the grand French manner, strutted sitting down." But he had a daughter with a disability and she was the apple of his eye.
Russia's ongoing persecution of religious minorities — including evangelicals — and of missionaries and evangelists over the last year has earned it a place for the first time among the world's worst countries for religious liberty.
We could have predicted this: Canada may extend the "right to die" to the mentally ill. It's an evil idea.
Octopi, squid, and cuttlefish seem to have altogether missed the memo about Darwinism, because new science is revealing how they defy evolution.
A new fast-food restaurant on campus should have been a no-brainer. Sadly, closed minds don't work that way.
It's become customary to refer to Europe as "post-Christian." But this is an overstatement.
It seems every weekend brings a march for one cause or another in D.C. Last weekend, folks marched for science. Or did they?