A petition to The White House, asking President Obama to deport Justin Bieber and revoke his green card has found over 106,000 signatures, well over the required 100,000 to merit an official response.
Award-winning gospel artist Natalie Grant left the Grammys early on Sunday, refusing to say why. Bloggers speculated that she left in response to Katy Perry's "satanic" performance or because of a mass wedding of 34 couples that included homosexuals.
The National Security Agency (NSA) has access to the personal information of millions of Americans via apps on smartphones, according to documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. A civil liberties expert denounced the misuse of this technology as a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
Statues of Biblical figures recently vandalized at two Catholic churches in Vineland, N.J., were done so in such a way that seems to convey a vicious message, say authorities.
A Hawaii legislator is advocating for legalization of marijuana cultivation, manufacturing, and export in her home state, claiming that cannabis could solve a host of problems – from schools and roads to the property tax and the overall poverty of farmers.
Christians Are Following Secular Trends in Premarital Sex, Cohabitation Outside of Marriage, Says Dating Site Survey
A new study on Christian attitudes toward dating and marriage reveals a broad acceptance for cohabitation, premarital sex and a rejection of traditional gender roles. Experts believe that many Christians following cultural trends over scripture when it comes to sex and marriage.
A church in Australia was taken by surprise when the building it was renting for worship services for the past 14 years was sold with little notice. The building has become the first mosque in Toowoomba, Queensland.
"Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" has sparked controversy due to the religion of its villain – a Russian Orthodox Christian terrorist with ties to 9/11 who aims to blow up Wall Street. Christian reviewers, however, say they are not insulted by this fact, arguing that "there are bigger fish to fry."
Country music star and "American Idol" Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery began a new tour Thursday and made a powerful declaration before promoting his new album this week.
A new film available in theaters celebrates the 40th March for Life (observed last year) and commemorates the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade by presenting pro-life testimonies against the most popular arguments for abortion.
Abortion and Social Justice: How Pro-Life Advocates are Meeting the Needs of Women Facing Crisis Pregnancies
Pro-Life activists believe that loneliness drives women to abortion, so addressing abortion as a social justice issue involves befriending women and helping them during and after a crisis pregnancy. A panel at the 2014 National Students for Life Convention introduced this idea, and two groups at the event prioritized it in their work.
Millennials Will Be the Generation That Ends Abortion, Say Students for Life and Jim Bob Duggar of '19 Kids and Counting'
Young adults increasingly outnumber older abortion protestors at the national March for Life in Washington, D.C. Pro-life activists call the youth leadership a "counter-cultural revolution," and they point to both secular and religious reasons as to why young people travel hundreds of miles each year to protest against abortion.
Pro-Life activists addressed five myths which support a culture of abortion at the 2014 Students for Life of America National Conference.
An actress and former Miss Venezuela has left a theatrical production after receiving a firestorm of criticism for supporting a Tea Party candidate for California Governor.
Mont. University to Host Fifth Annual 'Latex and Lace Condom Fashion Show;' Youth Expert Says Event Is 'Crude'
Montana State University (MSU) will host its fifth annual "Latex and Lace Condom Fashion Show" next month, in which about 30 students will model outfits made out of condoms. A family and public policy expert condemned the event as a distraction and discussed three alternate sexual cultures on modern American universities.
Americans United for Life, a nationwide pro-life legal team, released its 2014 "Life List," which includes a ranking of the various states on how well their laws defend life, from conception to natural death.
Christians in the United Kingdom challenged the idea that homosexuality is innate and immutable, opposing a ban on all Sexual Orientation Change Efforts – referred to by detractors as "gay-to-straight therapy." They organized a conference this week to discuss the issue and allowed the author of the SOCE ban bill to speak.
Alaska Teen Working at Home Depot Saves Baby's Life; Receives 'Angel Award' From Retailer for His Heroic Act
Christopher Strickland, a 19-year-old Home Depot employee living in Anchorage, Alaska, has unexpectedly garnered national and international attention after catching a falling baby at the retail store last Thursday. A nine second video taken from security footage that documents the teen's heroic act has gone viral on multiple online platforms, including YouTube, where it's received more than 230,000 views as of Friday afternoon.
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) accused President Obama of causing "constitutional anarchy" similar to former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, by constantly changing the Affordable Care Act, or "Obamacare," as it is being implemented. She and other conservative Republicans presented alternatives to Obamacare at a Wednesday panel hosted by The Heritage Foundation.
A group of Christian leaders addressed the United States budget as a moral issue, claiming that the programs which lead the federal government to go into debt constitute an "idol" for churches and people alike.
'Dear Daddy in Seat 16C Flight 1850 From Philly:' Stranger's Act of Kindness Toward 3-Year-Old Autistic Girl Goes Viral
On a flight from Philadelphia to Bangour, Maine, 3-year-old Kate Mouland, who struggles with Autism, met a new friend who neither patronized nor ignored her, earning the thanks of a caring mother. The mother's letter to the anonymous man has gone viral on the Internet, garnering more than 70,000 "likes" on Facebook.
Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifianakis Perform at 'Night of a Thousand Vaginas' Abortion Fundraiser; Pro-Life Activists Call It Insult to Women
Comedians Sarah Silverman and Zach Galifianakis, among others, will perform at an abortion fundraiser called "A Night of a Thousand Vaginas," but pro-life women activists claim that the event degrades women, rather than empowering their "reproductive rights."
The Daverts, a Christian family suffering from disabling diseases, have reportedly lost the healthcare coverage for their children due to the complexities of the Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare."
HBO released the trailer for the fourth season of its action and intrigue-packed hit show "Game of Thrones" on Sunday, and the video has gone viral, with over 6 million hits on YouTube in one day.
GSN Television Network, well-known for its hit show "American Bible Challenge," is debuting a new show, "It Takes a Church," where church members compete to find a soul mate for one unsuspecting single.