Christians in China are being forced to adhere to revised regulations on religion which have led to strict government controls on their everyday lives.
For many years I've said that, when it comes to America, I'm more concerned with the absence of light than with the presence of darkness.
Things sure are getting better now that science has all the answers. At least that's what one Harvard professor thinks.
Drinking alcohol for health reasons is a dangerous myth.
Last week, the Senate and the House grilled Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook's use of data. Maybe someone else should have been on the hot seat, too.
Our culture makes death more imminent but more remote than ever before.
Nearly every week some new controversy erupts, some evil act of violence wrecks our daily routine.
As a teen, my world had been upended by my parent's divorce. I was having to decide between two people I loved. Would I move away with my mom or stay with my dad?
Why can't we get along anymore?
What happens when a society stops reproducing itself? Well, we're in the early stages of finding out.
Would you share the Gospel with your coworkers if they asked you to?
A Texas megachurch has blessed more than 4,000 families within a 20-mile radius of each of its five campuses this Easter by paying off their medical debt totaling more than $10.5 million.
When it comes to America's suicide epidemic, we really are our brothers' keepers.
If your teen has a smart phone, please listen. I've got a warning for you, and then a suggestion that I don't usually make.
Jim Caviezel said he chooses to star in films he believes will "bring the most souls to Christ" after God delivered a heartbreaking message to him when he played the role of Jesus in the 2004 film "The Passion of the Christ."
The Communist government of Cuba sent back a shipment carrying 17,000 copies of the New International Version Bible, saying it would only allow Bibles in the King James version,
A couple who are getting remarried after divorcing 50 years ago tell The Christian Post why their marriage didn't work the first time.
Our GOP-majority Congress just forked over $500 million to Planned Parenthood. Have we been duped?
Is your marriage in imminent danger of collapsing?
If we are in a democratic republic, why aren't things changing for the better?
During a recent interview with the Breakfast Club this month, Pastor John Gray was asked to respond to the notion that kids are finding it hard to believe in God because of all the mass shootings happening in America.
People are fleeing the institutional church and there should be no question as to why this exodus is happening. The vast majority of people who claim to represent God in the United States have been perpetuating a Biblical misconception that has been leading the church into decline for decades. That erroneous notion is Escapism Theology.
I've been both challenged and encouraged more than ever before that praying for revival must begin with myself. Draw a circle around yourself and ask God to first bring revival within that circle.
Empty churches. One-person congregations. Ministers "dressed up with no one to listen." Is this the stark reality facing Church of England parishes?
Washington state has legalized the commercial trade in babies. Think I'm kidding?