President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday ending parental separations after around 2,000 children were taken from their parents who entered the country illegally and are being held in Border Patrol detention centers as their claims are being processed.
It's amazing to see much of the liberal coverage of the summit. It's as if there's an unwritten principle that says, "Whatever Trump does, he's wrong and he gets no credit."
Communist officials in China's Henan province have reportedly destroyed the major Way of the Cross pilgrimage site, and have also removed images of Jesus Christ.
Often it is assumed that followers of Jesus don't struggle with the tough questions of faith. Nothing could be further from the truth.
In recent years, some churches have been planted or have shifted their worship style to reflect the preferences of younger generations in hopes of reaching these religiously unaffiliated demographics.
A new study by the University of Texas at San Antonio has found that people who attend religious services and pray frequently tend to sleep better than their less religious counterparts.
We should never lose sight of the fact that the ultimate goal is to change hearts and minds, not just laws.
You've been asked to save the whales, the elephants, and the redwoods, but how about the persecuted Christians?
In these days of #MeToo and #ChurchToo, after Bill Hybels and Paige Patterson have very publicly fallen from lofty perches in the Evangelical world, let's turn to a Bible story written more than 2,500 years ago for a blueprint for productive relationships between men and women.
To employers, automated employees may be a dream. But to employees that are being replaced, it's a nightmare.
Jesus said the meek shall inherit the earth. But today, could it be that the "geeks" of Silicon Valley are instead trying to inherit the earth?
It's time to face a hard fact: What's wrong with American (and Western) culture results from what's wrong with many churches and Christian movements within it.
You may have heard the government has lost 1,500 kids who crossed the border illegally. That's not really the case, and it misses the real outrage.
Jesus Christ was once asked about marriage and divorce. He replied in this way:
As a marriage and family counselor, I can attest to how widespread anger is amongst all relationships, whether it be romantic couples, parents and children, between siblings and amongst neighbors.
The Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission case was not about cake as much as it was about our Constitution.
Actor Nick Loeb, co-producer of the upcoming film "Roe v. Wade" with Jon Voight, said Facebook has been blocking him and Alveda King from promoting their pro-life film.
There is an exodus of millennials from the Church. The question is, why?
Evangelicals disagree on politics, but how we disagree is more important than building consensus.
The sudden loss of a loved one is beyond devastating. When a loved one leaves this world for the next, we are torn apart inside, so we cry and we mourn.
"There was a time when you would see people in the pulpit say, 'Well, if you don't believe in Jesus you going to Hell. That's insanity in many ways because that is not what Jesus even believes," said Pastor Michael Walrond Jr. of Harlem in a controversial message.
"Forget about trying to get prayer back in schools. ... We need to start praying in our schools."
A nondenominational church in Virginia claims to be the first church in history to open up its own nonprofit grocery store to provide its local impoverished community discounted groceries at up to three-quarters of the cost of regular grocery stores.
President Donald Trump is ending the practice of giving up to $60 million in taxpayers' dollars to abortion providers every year. Instead, that money will be given to community clinics that provide medical screenings and healthcare services.
Graduation Day can be the best and worst 24 hours of your life.