Two "Angel Moms" who lost their daughters to the crime and drugs pouring through the border offered emotional congressional testimony Thursday, laying partial blame for their grief on Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and the Biden administration's policies.
A Presbyterian Church in America commission sent a letter to President Joe Biden and other U.S. government leaders Sunday asking them not to promote sex-change surgeries and puberty interventions for trans-identified minors.
Auntie Anne's founder says living out James 5:16 helped her heal from life of suffering: 'God is good'
The founder of Auntie Anne's Pretzel company says the principles of leadership that catapulted her business from a single pretzel stand in Pennsylvania in 1988 to an iconic franchise located in malls and airports nationwide emerged from faith and suffering.
House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., delivered an address at the 2024 March for Life rally in Washington, D.C., on Friday during which he explained that the idea of God-given human value is intrinsic to American political thought going back to its founding.
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., recently accused the White House of lying about an ethics agreement regarding the sale of Hunter Biden's artwork.
Lawyers for two Christian flight attendants who sued Alaska Airlines and the Association of Flight Attendants union (AFA) for discrimination filed a motion for summary judgment this week, detailing the extent of the union's involvement.
Queen Elizabeth II's former chaplain says the recently resurfaced writings of Cardinal Víctor Manuel Fernández about sexuality exhibit a skewed theology that echoes occult sex magic.
The CEO of Covenant Eyes, a subscription-based porn accountability software, warned that pornography is demonic and urged churches to do more to address the scourge that he said has become a "civilizational crisis."
Rapper Montero Lamar Hill, also known as Lil Nas X, apologized Monday amid backlash to recent material he released that prompted accusations of "mocking Christianity."
An Ohio pastor was arraigned in municipal court on Thursday after being slapped with 18 zoning law violation charges related to keeping his church open around the clock to house the homeless.