A Christian YouTube blogger has gone viral after making a public stance for abstinence and sharing that she and her husband waited until marriage to have sex.
'Same Kind of Different as Me' Producer Shares How Renee Zellweger Film Sparked Movement of Kindness
In an exclusive interview with The Christian Post, "Same Kind of Different as Me" producer Darren Moorman revealed that the film inspired hundreds of people to help those experiencing homelessness, abuse, hunger or addiction.
This Valentine's Day, point your loved one back to the author of love Himself with one of this powerful Bible verses.
Nabeel Qureshi's Wife Shares How God Has 'Beautifully Sustained' Daughter Ayah 5 Months After Father's Death (Video)
Michelle Qureshi, wife of the late Muslim-turned-Christian apologist Nabeel Qureshi, shared how God has "beautifully sustained" their young daughter in the five months since her father's death.
Ten days after suffering a stroke, televangelist Pat Robertson returned to TV and thanked God for turning what could have been a "crippling illness" into a "miraculous healing."
California megachurch pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Ministries has explained why it's important for God's people to attend church in person, even though it's often more convenient to watch services on television or online.
Lakewood Church Marriage Pastors Reveal the No. 1 Issue in Christian Relationships and How to Combat It (Interview)
As the pastors of marriage and parenting at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, Clayton and Ashlee Hurst know a thing or two about relationships. They've been married for more than 20 years, have two children together, and counsel countless couples on how to develop a Christ-centered, meaningful marriage.
Missionaries working in the Philippines have shared the surprising way President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial crackdown on drug users and dealers in the country has helped spur the growth of Christianity.
At nearly 100 years old, famed evangelist Billy Graham has a difficult time hearing, seeing, and moving around — yet his mind is still clear as ever, his daughter Anne Graham Lotz has revealed.
Vietnamese Christian Brutally Beaten, Banished From Village Vows to Return, Share Gospel With Oppressors
A Vietnamese man, who was brutally beaten and banished from his village because he converted to Christianity, hopes to one day return and share the Gospel with his oppressors.
The future church in America will look significantly different from today's church because a new generation of pastors is adopting a different understanding of "success" and "location," a new survey reveals.
Atticus Shaffer, star of the hit ABC show "The Middle," isn't afraid to share his faith in Hollywood.
Billy Graham shares his thoughts on why Christians should avoid anything that claims to have magical powers.
Kay Warren, an author and co-founder of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California, recently opened about about the devastating effects of sexual abuse and shared why the Church must be on the frontline helping people heal.
Tullian Tchividjian, the grandson of famed evangelist Billy Graham, recently delivered a sermon reflecting on his "broken" journey over the last three years and the work of God in his life since he publicly "crashed and burned."
Technology can do a great deal of good. Yet, when it comes to the spiritual life of children and teens, our technology-driven world poses challenges unseen just a decade ago.
We live in a world saturated with media, and technology has infiltrated every area of life. How does media help -- and hurt -- the church?
Everyday, it seems society plummets further into moral decay as truth becomes relative and biblical values are pushed by the wayside. In such times, the importance of Christian higher education and the development of Christian thinkers cannot be overestimated.
Christian higher education can be a place where people of trauma are healed.
For Christian students, deciding on a school can be even more challenging, as honoring God with every decision is of the utmost importance. Because of this, many Christian students at some point consider the question, "Should I attend a Christian college?"
The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, a higher education association of more than 180 Christian institutions around the world, is kicking off its annual International Forum on Wednesday in Dallas, Texas.
For Switchfoot frontman Jon Foreman, music is more than entertainment; it's a conduit for community, self-reflection, and growth. And, by fulfilling his seemingly impossible dream of performing 25 shows in just 24 hours, the singer/songwriter witnessed firsthand the comradery, joy, and fellowship that comes from song.
Exclusive Interview: 'Downton Abbey' Actor Hugh Bonneville Says 'Paddington 2' Encourages Building 'Bridges Rather Than Walls'
Paddington, everyone's favorite marmalade-loving bear, is once again brought to life in the charming new film Paddington 2, hitting theaters today.
How, then, do we live faithfully in a fallen and increasingly complex society? Here are a few tips to help your family develop a lasting, genuine faith.
According to a 2015 Gallup poll, about nine in 10 Americans say they believe in God (89%). However, the same poll shows that only about 61% believe Satan actually exists.