SAVN.TV (Salvation Army Vision Network) has 35 days left in its Kickstarter compaign to raise funds to produce "Hard Corps," a feature length documentary that uncovers the hidden coercion in the sex industry and the connection between porn and sex trafficking.
Christians in Egypt are suffering from intensified violence against them after the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi in what the BBC called "the largest political event in the history of the world."
Rising Christian Author Jacquelyn Eubanks, 16, on Her Award-Winning Book, Sexualized Culture, the 1950s
Jacquelyn Eubanks plans to release the sequel to her award-winning novel in August. The 16 year-old Christian shared her thoughts on teen literature, a sexualized culture, and her ideal time period – the 1950s.
New York City's King's College announced Thursday its new president-elect, Gregory A. Thornbury, to succeed Dinesh D'Souza, who resigned last Fall after a scandal involving a relationship with a woman despite still being legally married.
Eric Metaxas, New York Times bestselling author, keynote speaker at the 2012 National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C., and a voice of BreakPoint radio, discussed his latest book 7 Men And The Secret of Their Greatness with The Christian Post this week. He shared the need for authentic biblical manhood, his efforts in promoting the life of faith in New York City, and guidelines for a discussion on gay marriage.
Brian Jaques' Redwall, the children's fantasy series often compared to J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, is coming to your Mac or PC. Soma Games, a video game company started in 2008 by Christians, not only has the rights to Redwall, but will premiere a version of the game at the Christian Game Developers Conference Thursday.
The first Latin American pope recently released his first encyclical – the first ever to be written by two popes. "Lumen Fidei" reconciles faith and reason, calls the church to love, and affirms marriage as between a man and a woman. At the same time, it also focuses on preparing the Roman Catholic Church for a bright future.
A Christian Bed and Breakfast owner in the United Kingdom lost her appeal Tuesday against a ruling that she discriminated against a gay couple by refusing to give them a double room in 2010. Her case joins that of another Christian couple who also denied a double room to a gay couple in their guesthouse in 2008. Both cases will be heard by the U.K. Supreme Court on October 9.
Texas Governor Rick Perry announced on Monday that he will not seek a fourth full term in 2014. Citing Ecclesiastes, the public servant who led more than 30,000 Christians in prayer at Reliant Stadium in 2011 said he will "pray and reflect and work to determine my own future path."
Universal Studio's "Despicable Me 2" beat out Disney's expensive western "The Lone Ranger" on Wednesday. A prominent reviewer argued the light comedy's Christian elements beat the heavy action flick's pagan and immoral themes.
Egyptian Christians 'Played a Significant Role in Raising' Largest Revolution in History, American Muslim Says
On Wednesday, the Egyptian armed forces ousted Mohammed Morsi and replaced him with a temporary civilian government, in response to huge demonstrations and a petition boasting the signatures of 22 million demanding his removal. Christian communities played a large role and face significant risk in what the BBC called "the largest political event in the history of the world."
Reports have surfaced that former Denver Broncos quarterback and current New England Patriots draftee Tim Tebow tried to break up a bar fight with former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who was charged with murder last week.
Gore Verbinski's "Lone Ranger" opened in theaters Wednesday. Verbinski, director of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, brought along a familiar face, well-known actor Johnny Depp. Despite Depp's appeal, however, the film has received sour reviews, and two prominent reviewers explained why.
Science itself proves the need for a creator, says biochemist and Christian apologist Fazale Rana, executive vice president of Research and Apologetics at Reasons to Believe.
On Monday, President George W. Bush, former leader of the free world, got his hands dirty, painting the doors and walls of a cancer screening clinic in Zambia. Then on Tuesday, he joined President Obama to solemnly commemorate the 15th anniversary of Osama Bin Laden's first attack on the United States.
The Georgia Baptist Church behind hit Christian films "Fireproof" and "Courageous," welcomed over 6,000 people to its ninth annual Fourth of July celebration on Sunday.
Christian leadership trainer Brian K. Dodd highlighted 30 top Christians on twitter on Sunday. This list updates to his January 2012 installment, connecting Christians on the social media platform with influential Biblical leaders.
In a recent speech to the Junipero Serra International Convention in Mallorca, Spain, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput attacked lukewarm Christians as "pagan." While insulting on its face, the statement received support and clarification from both the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Dean of Theology at Catholic University.
Country singer and songwriter Sarah Darling will receive the National Association for Music Education's yearly Stand Up for Music Award this Saturday. In an interview with the Christian Post, the rising Christian starlet shared the impact of faith in her songs and her amazing life stories.
Nik Wallenda, the Christian acrobat – self-described "King of the High Wire" – who crossed the Grand Canyon with a prayer on his lips last Sunday, announced his next big feat: the New York City Skyline.
A blast in the Christian Bab Touma district in the Old City of Damascus killed at least four and wounded several Thursday, Syrian television reported. This marks the first strike inside the walls of the Old City and an attack potentially targeted at Syrian Christians.
A German family who chose to homeschool their six children for religious reasons is currently still residing in the United States and their legal counsels say they're willing to go all the way to the Supreme Court to fight for their right to receive political asylum in the U.S.
Miley Cyrus' latest music video, "We Can't Stop" may have gotten 33 million hits on YouTube this past week, but it also sets a new low for sexual deviance in pop culture and contradicts her Christian upbringing.
Lifetime's new sitcom "Devious Maids" features five rich Beverly Hills families and their Latina maids – a stereotype that has ignited a huge storm of criticism. This, and the steamy theme of maids sleeping with their male employers, draws ire from the Christian community.
The Raleigh, N.C. police arrested 120 protestors Monday involved in "Moral Mondays," a weekly protest that takes place on Mondays against the Republican-controlled state legislature's budget cut. The uproar has raised the question among the Christian community if whether giving to the poor is a private or a government responsibility.