Former President Barack Obama told Britain's Prince Harry in an interview that the irresponsible use of social media could be dangerous, saying that it can allow some people to live in "different realities" and preserve their biases.
Parents in the city of Wenzhou, also known as "China's Jerusalem" due to its large Christian community, are saying that they will continue teaching their children about the Bible and Jesus Christ despite the atheistic government's ban on Sunday School.
Several prominent Christian authors and speakers, including Beth Moore and Jen Hatmaker, have joined hundreds of evangelical women in calling out sexual and psychological abuse under the #SilenceIsNotSpiritual online campaign.
"Ebeneeeeezer!" Today on BreakPoint, I'm going to talk about Charles Dickens' great classic work, "A Christmas Carol."
A Chinese university has reportedly banned all events connected with Christmas, warning that "Western religion" is corroding the minds of young people.
Twin brothers, Washington Wizards forward Markieff Morris and Boston Celtics forward Marcus Morris, gave Walmart customers the gift of a lifetime when they decided to donate thousands of dollars to help customers pay off their layaway orders.
One of the most beloved songs of the Christmas season, a favorite of choir directors, was written by a woman whose life was full of suffering.
Pastor, are you trusting in the providence of God in your life and ministry? Providence is God's guidance and protection in our lives and ministries.
When people write their autobiographies, you can always be sure they will leave out most of their shortcomings. Then you might see an unauthorized biography being published about the same person, and you think, "This will be juicy." You want to know the untold story.
Around the world... fathers, mothers and children of all ages and generations will gather in homes, hotels and huts to celebrate the joy of Christmas.
Professors at Dallas Theological Seminary weighed in on whether attending church solely online and not in person is a legitimate option for Christians.
Dallas Cowboys chaplain Jonathan Evans, son of Dr. Tony Evans and a former NFL fullback took to Social Media on Wednesday to share footage of three NFL players openly accepting Jesus Christ as savior and getting baptized.
A major pro-life organization is overseeing a nationwide campaign this month to have Christmas caroling performed outside approximately 80 abortion clinics.
The phrase "whatever makes you happy," so commonly uttered today, would have been nonsense to Hebrews, Greeks, and Christians alike, since it implies no fixed moral order in which happiness resides.
Christmas provides opportunities for families and friends to reunite while offering a pleasant break from routine. Yet, many, in their desire to be generous and loving, have sacrificed all sense and good judgement.
The most effective prayer plan is the one you will use. What I know: If you do not have a plan to pray, usually you will not pray consistently and effectively.
With the Christmas tree decorated and the cabin trimmed in holiday cheer, everything was as it should be until the phone rang. Life instantly shifted.
I never imagined that I would hear "Imagine" performed as a Christmas song. But that's how secular the holidays have become.
Sometimes American Christian voters have to face situations where none of the candidates are acceptable, Reformed evangelical theologian Kevin DeYoung has said, in which case they need to consider 10 important questions.
United States Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy seemed to accept the arguments of Colorado baker Jack Phillips in a case involving religious freedom and gay wedding cakes, according to an attorney involved in the case.
Bill Hybels, founder of Willow Creek Community Church in Illinois, is glad he didn't pass away in his mid 50s. If he did, he would have had to explain to God why he never visited a prisoner.
The Belgian branches of the Red Cross have been told they must remove the organization's iconic red crosses from building walls amid concerns that the Christian symbol will offend non-Christians.
Many Americans, declares an article in the New York Times, are "Leaning on the Stars to Make Sense of the World." Personally I'd rather "lean" on the One Who made the stars to make sense of the world. He has revealed Himself not only in the stars, but much more clearly in His Word.
A security expert has warned that the Islamic State terror group's warnings of violence and bloodshed over the Christmas holiday season need to be taken seriously, given the lone wolf attacks that continue rattling the world.