The tendency of women who have had an abortion to experience depression following the procedure is "widespread globally," a recently published study suggests.
Stories in Living
My visit to Mazatlan, a coastal city in the state of Sinaloa, came a couple months after this column warned readers about visiting the country. And yes, Sinaloa is the home of that Sinaloa — the notorious cartel and drug traffickers.
A woman who had been in a romantic relationship with a warlock and baptized her son in a satanic church recently shared her testimony of coming to Christ.
The Christian Post interviewed two former witches who quit practicing sorcery to follow Jesus. They shared their differing perspectives of Halloween and detailed their complicated paths to Christ. While one ex-witch says she's OK with Christians celebrating Halloween as it's predominantly done today, the other outright opposes the observance.
Scripture is more than clear: evil is real. But what does that mean — and how can it impact human hearts, minds and souls?
If there is one place in Kansas that looks and feels like somewhere in Europe then this is the place.
More than a billion people — or close to a quarter of the world's population — are struggling with loneliness, a new survey from Gallup and Meta shows. Younger adults are more likely to suffer from the condition, which health experts warn can have the same effect on health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
Most adolescents do not subscribe to the cornerstone beliefs associated with a biblical worldview as concerns mount about the values informing the next generation's perspective, new research suggests.
Pastor Aaron Graham of The District Church in Washington, D.C., recently preached a sermon about marriage, submission, "headship" and how families flourish when the father leads by example by taking the initiative as a servant leader submitted to Christ.