Speaking at the annual Women in the World Summit in New York City last Friday, a Yazidi human rights Iraqi activist shared horrifying details about how a friend she grew up with and her unborn daughter were victimized by Islamic State militants when the terrorists took over her hometown in 2014.
A North Korean defector put her life on the line to go back home to tell her Christian family that she accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior. And although she was arrested and imprisoned, she was able to escape.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom has announced that it will launch a detailed list to provide the public with the names of thousands of people across the world who are imprisoned, being tortured or have disappeared because of their faith and religious freedom advocacy.
A lawsuit filed by a Muslim professor against a Christian student, who was suspended last month at a Florida college after he challenged the professor on her assertions about Jesus, has been dismissed by a Florida judge.
An Oklahoma mother is voicing her anger after her daughter's school organized a trip to a local health clinic in which her daughter was given a three-year birth control implant without her approval.
The family of a Christian doctor who's using his talents to save the lives of wounded Islamic State fighters and others injured in the conflict have opened up their home to about 50 Iraqis displaced from their homes when the brutal terror group took control in parts of Iraq.
A new Pew Research analysis has found that more babies will be born to Muslim mothers than mothers of any other religious group, including Christianity, by the year 2035.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is being accused of putting "a seal of approval on state-sanctioned discrimination" after it announced the end of its boycott on hosting championship events in the North Carolina because of the state's recently repealed controversial transgender bathroom law.
A "peeping Tom" was recently caught taking pictures of women undressing in a dressing room at a Target store in Tennessee.
A Coptic Christian father of two who was on a "kill list" and tracked for days by Islamic State militants in Sinai refused to renounce his faith in Christ when given a chance to "save" himself before being executed, his wife said.
Former NFL linebacker Bryan Schwartz, who played five seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars and now runs a ministry that helps transform the marriages of others, says that it was a team Bible study in the 1996 offseason that jumpstarted a transformation in his "hopeless" marriage.
Former Baylor University basketball coach Dave Bliss has resigned from his head coaching position at Southwestern Christian University after issuing controversial comments in a recent Showtime documentary about the 2003 murder of a Baylor basketball player at the hands of his teammate.
A professor who refuses to use politically correct gender-neutral pronouns such as "ze" or "zir" and also opposes a controversial gender-identity discrimination law being considered in Canada has been denied research grant funding.
A former Radical Muslim turned international Christian evangelist has detailed different categories of jihad that she says is being carried out today to advance the Islamic agenda worldwide.
The Washington Post corrected a story mischaracterizing a Republican Congressman by claiming that he used a New Testament verse to claim the "Bible says the unemployed 'shall not eat'" after conservatives pointed to the false reporting.
A Florida college student who claims he was suspended after challenging his Muslim professor's claims about Jesus' crucifixion has been reinstated by the school's administration.
A former Sunni imam with deep family connections to the Muslim Brotherhood argues that organizations like the Islamic Society of North America are just Muslim Brotherhood front organizations trying to deceptively lure American churches and Christians denominations into denying Jesus Christ.
The national sandwich chain Subway has dismissed a media watchdog's concerns about its advertising during the airing of the Fox television series "The Mick," which routinely makes light of child sex, drugs and other inappropriate and illegal acts.
The wife of Andrew Brunson, the American pastor imprisoned in Turkey on terrorism charges, met with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Ankara on Thursday after her husband told her days earlier the Lord said she would soon meet America's top diplomat.
Benham Bros. on HB 2 Repeal: 'Radical Revolution Won't Stop Until Privacy, Religious Freedom Eliminated'
Neither supporters nor opponents of North Carolina's now-repealed transgender bathroom law, H.B. 2, are happy with its repeal agreement passed by the state legislature and signed by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper on Thursday.
Pakistani Christians imprisoned on terrorism charges for the lynching of two men after the 2015 church bombings in Lahore were allegedly told that if they renounced their faith and embrace Islam, their acquittal would be guaranteed.
Editors at The New Atlantis have responded to over 500 health experts who claim last August's controversial report by two Johns Hopkins researchers, which found that there is not enough scientific evidence to suggest that sexuality and gender orientation are innate traits, shouldn't be taken seriously.
A Christian house church leader imprisoned by authorities in China is in need of desperate hospitalization after coming down with a flesh-eating and debilitating disorder, his defense attorneys and wife are saying.
Conservative Christian real estate entrepreneurs Jason and David Benham have decried an Associated Press report that claims that North Carolina could lose as much as $3.76 billion over the course of the next 12 years because of the state's controversial bathroom law.
A U.S. Air Force colonel who has served in the military for 26 years says he was unfairly punished by a commanding officer because of his traditional Christian beliefs on marriage and sexuality.