High school graduation is upon us and, if statistics ring true, then a majority of teenagers who currently claim to be Christians will abandon their faith sometime after the tassel is turned. Some will turn on it and become atheists. Others will put it in a drawer for a later time down the road.
How many times during my early ministry was I silent when I should have spoken out? How often did I fear men more than God, and refused to speak to the great social issues of our time? How often was I content to play it safe and not risk jeopardizing my comfort, security, or reputation?
Contrary to a recent Gallup poll, another survey shows that the percentage of Americans who believe the Bible is the literal word of God has remained remarkably stable over the past several decades.
A Cuban evangelical pastor was sentenced to prison because he removed his kids from the state-run communist schools to homeschool them. Homeschooling advocates are calling upon the Trump administration to grant them asylum in the United States.
Many Americans are concerned about the divisions in our country and are looking for something to bring us together.
When Tammy and I got married over 26 years ago, we looked forward to raising children who love Jesus.
I have heard it said that God is accomplishing a million things in every thing that he does. And I believe this is true concerning the trials he allows to come upon us.
Former Republican presidential hopeful and current U.S. Senator Marco Rubio garnered many hostile reactions on Twitter for writing two posts in which he quoted the Bible.
The Rev. Billy Graham recently explained that the one sin a person cannot be forgiven of is the sin of rejecting God's forgiveness.
We could have predicted this: Canada may extend the "right to die" to the mentally ill. It's an evil idea.
"Go in and take possession of the land that the Lord swore to your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give to them and to their offspring after them." – Deuteronomy 1:8
In life, there are three things that we can't avoid: death, taxes, and criticism. From the suburbs of Texas to the urban areas of New York to the jungles of the Congo to the mountains of Nepal, people are desperately trying to figure out how to respond to criticism.
Most churches keep their members so busy they don't have time to do ministry.
Most of us are familiar with the story of the 21 Coptic Christians from Egypt who held fast to their faith and were beheaded by ISIS in February 2015. Did you know that one of the martyrs was from Chad, and he had not been a Christian prior to the day of his beheading?
Pyongyang University of Science and Technology in North Korea, from which two professors were recently arrested by authorities, has drawn dozens of U.S. citizens and Christian missionaries despite grave risks.
Christianity across Central and Eastern Europe continues grow and flourish a quarter of a century after the fall of the Soviet Union and atheistic Communist regimes, a Pew Research Center survey has said.
An Anglican church in Wales might face boycott from some in the community after it banned "non-Christian" yoga from the premises.
Here are seven simple and surprising ways to help accelerate your teenagers' spiritual growth.
On the heels of winning a Christian book of the year award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association for his book, "Shaken," Tim Tebow is focusing on homeschooled kids with his third book, "Know Who You Are."
I can't tell pastors today how difficult it was when I was a pastor. To the contrary, I have to be honest and tell them it is more difficult now.
Few things pollute the earth more than when leftists gather to protest. Let's reminisce for old time's sake.
President Donald Trump signed the much anticipated executive order on religious liberty and free speech. However, some conservatives aren't pleased.
As many as 1.5 million Christians, or close to 75 percent of all followers of Christ in Iraq, have fled the country since 2003, according to an Iraqi Christian lawmaker.
Editorial cartoon on ISIS attack on Egypt
While Christian ministers have largely had their rights of conscience respected and protected (to this point), Christian florists, bakers, musicians, and photographers have not been so fortunate. Now some are pushing back.