What if fairy tales were wrong to suggest that two people can fall in love and live "happily ever after?" Willie Moore Jr. wants to help couples change that narrative and their expectations with his new book ...
One aspect of Christianity is so amazing, that it impresses even the CBS Evening News.
CeeLo Green confused the Grammy's with a Halloween party, Twenty One Pilots thought the stage was a changing room, and Chance the Rapper turned the platform into a pulpit.
In recent months, leftwing intolerance has been on full display, from the riots against free speech at Berkeley (the home of the free speech movement), to the boycotts of Trump-related fashion ...
After an EF-3 tornado ripped through Eastern New Orleans, Samaritan's Purse, a Christian organization that helps those in need, was there to provide relief and to help pick up the pieces.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio warns that "we are becoming a society incapable of having debate anymore."
Is Valentine's Day worth celebrating, and how much is too much?
Over 100 evangelical leaders have signed onto a letter published in a full-page ad in Wednesday's edition of The Washington Post that signals their opposition to President Donald Trump's moratorium on refugee resettlement.
Can we ever really know the meaning of life? A new book dares to say "yes," and then shows us how.
When does allowing someone to die turn into encouraging someone to die? Always.
America's premier homeschool advocacy organization is suing New York City after a homeschool mother was investigated by child protective services for "educational neglect."
Conservatives are taking exception to President Donald Trump's apparent disregard for American exceptionalism.
Anti-abortion protesters are expected to gather at nearly 200 Planned Parenthood facilities across the nation Saturday to rally support for an ongoing effort aimed at urging the federal government to defund the abortion giant.
I don't know about you guys, but my time seeking the Lord every morning is often a less than electrifying experience.
Members of Congress introduced legislation in the House and Senate on Wednesday that would restore the rights of churches and pastors to speak and advocate politically from the pulpit without fear of their tax-exempt status being revoked by the Internal Revenue Service.
We used to be "the me generation." Now perhaps we're the selfie generation — the generation that exalts me, my selfie, and I. One article on Botox treatment called ours the "selfie culture."
Editorial cartoon on selective Bible quoting
Editorial cartoon on potential Trump religious freedom order
Editorial cartoon about bad behavior within the church
Editorial cartoon on Psalm 110
Editorial cartoon on gender-neutral language for "pregnant people"
Editorial cartoon about India blocking Christian charities
Christians facing extreme dangers and slaughter at the hands of Islamic radicals, such as the Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria, have been urged by a prominent bishop and Christian leader to "buy a sword and defend themselves."
Have you ever seen America so ablaze with controversy? Protests in the streets; hysteria in the news rooms; chaos and weeping at the airports; cries for impeachment among political leaders — all because of President Trump's executive order concerning refugees.
The average age of Protestant pastors in the United States has increased by a decade over the last 25 years, putting it just six years below the current Minimum Retirement Age of 62, according to a recent study by the Barna Group.