Gina E. Ryder
An image starring a stinking cute kid with Down syndrome was one of the most popular photos on Facebook Wednesday as social media users extensively shared a photo of a young boy holding a sign that describes how he survived abortion.
An earthquake of a magnitude of 3.6 hit California's Bay Area Thursday morning. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the earth tremor happened at 5:36 a.m. and was centered in Berkeley.
Hell is not exactly a hot topic. No one really likes to talk about perpetual torture. Well, no one except pastor Howard Batson who approached the tough topic of a fiery eternity during his speech at the G5 conference during the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
A pro-choice North Carolina foundation has released results from a yearlong undercover investigation of more than 100 pro-life organizations that receive state funding, and is calling on some Christian crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) to raise their operation standards.
Black Friday sales are usually announced in early November but the buzz on the shopping market currently surrounds leaked Black Friday deals, which include sales from major retail outlets like Bath and Body Works, Target and MacMalls.
Research seems to suggest that religious people have a greater chance of becoming obese by middle age, and the creator of "The Daniel Plan" health initiative says all of those potlucks and church banquets may be sending Christians to heaven "too early."
Tourists have been fleeing Mexico's Caribbean coast as Hurricane Rina blew through popular vacation spots like Cancun, leading to a hectic travel circuit for residents and vacationers.
A newborn baby was found in the trunk of a car in the parking lot of an Illinois Presbyterian Church Sunday Oct. 23.
A tribal cult leader in Mizoram, India has fathered nearly 100 children and married close to 40 women. However, the Hindustan Times reported that he’s not finished procreating yet. Plus, he hopes to tie the knot with new women.
A Minnesota farm is recalling organic eggs after at least six people grew ill from salmonella.