Religion is good for you: emotionally, physically, and economically. Who knew? Not the secularists.
A prominent Reformed theologian is highlighting the role that angels play in the life of believing Christians, arguing against the idea that every Christian has only one guardian angel assigned to him or her.
Americans who seek to live and work in a manner consistent with their Christian worldview have come under increasing scrutiny in our federal judicial system.
According to Jim Webb (currently a Democrat; formerly a Republican), the current level of American uproar is not because of the Trump victory.
While an increasing number of Americans are reportedly abandoning the institutional church and its defined boundary markers of religious identity, many Americans still believe in God and practice faith outside its walls, a new Barna study has found.
All who serve in vocational ministry have gnats. They come with the call. They are the critics.
Author Lee Strobel, a former atheist and journalist who attempted to prove that Jesus did not resurrect from the dead, said that nonbelievers who see the upcoming "The Case for Christ" film will witness real evidence for God.
Pastors John Hagee and his son, Matt, recently broke ground on a new facility named Sanctuary of Hope that will help save the lives of unborn babies.
God desires for his people to live in subjection to the individual and institutional authorities he places over them.
The church built too big.
One of the greatest legacies of any pastor is for his children to grow up loving God and loving the Church passionately.
A small church in Oklahoma has launched a "Racism & Racists Anonymous" program meant to help foster dialogue and racial reconciliation.
Unforgiveness is a problem we all have to deal with at some point in our Christian walks.
The president of a national pro-life organization that has saved thousands of babies born to abortion-determined mothers says pro-life health clinics and pregnancy centers are becoming more effective at reaching pregnant mothers and persuading them to choose life.
Best-selling conservative author Rod Dreher has created debate over the direction of American Christianity and its relation to mainstream society with his recently released book, The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation.
In just two days, members at an evangelical megachurch in Florida prepared over 300,000 meals that will be sent to refugee families displaced by the Islamic State terrorist organization and the ongoing civil war in Syria.
Here's yet another reason why it's insane to push Christians out of the public square.
Pro-life advocates are outraged and defiant as the state of California files felony charges against citizen journalists who exposed Planned Parenthood's harvesting and selling of baby body parts in undercover videos released to the public two year ago.
Another church closed. This church had unbelievable potential. Indeed, it had its own "glory days," but only for a season. But, 10 years ago, few would have predicted this church's closure. Today, it is but another statistic in the ecclesiastical graveyard.
In his short but powerful book All of Grace, Charles Spurgeon wrote that weak faith, as long as it is true faith, saves a person no less effectively than strong faith: "A trembling hand may receive a golden gift."
Speculations are mounting as to whether or not President Donald Trump wants Paul Ryan to step down from his post as House Speaker in light of the failure to repeal Obamacare.
Children who are born to parents who are married are more likely to experience family stability than children born out-of-wedlock, according to a recently published report.
A Fuller Theological Seminary professor says Christianity could be on the rise again in Europe amid reports that Muslim refugees are converting to the faith.
Egyptian Christians who recently fled their homes in the wake of a string of "targeted attacks" say they received an "apathetic" response from government authorities when looking for protection against radical Islamic extremists.
A three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against an atheist group's lawsuit seeking to end a school district's policy of allowing student-led prayers at their monthly board meetings.