A Christian speaker and blogger behind a viral Facebook video, detailing how she left behind homosexuality, is expecting a baby with her husband. The ministry behind the video has, meanwhile, been responding to death threats as well as media accusations that the churchgoer has been "brainwashed."
Minnesota Vikings players are crediting the power of the Lord after they miraculously escaped Sunday's NFL divisional playoff game against the New Orleans Saints with a victory that puts them one win away from reaching Super Bowl LII, which will be held in their own stadium.
At least 30 Republicans have announced they would not seek reelection in the House of Representatives amid fears that the GOP could lose the midterm elections in November, according to reports.
A 17-year-old undocumented immigrant was released by the Trump administration so that she can abort her 17-week-old baby.
A number of parents have spoken out against the Missouri Department of Mental Health's Missouri Student Survey, which was issued at school and asked their sixth grade children whether they feel like they were born in the wrong gender.
Chelsea Manning, a transgender activist and former Army officer who was earlier convicted of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks, is running for the U.S. Senate in Maryland, and says "we need to actually take the reins of power" from "our systems."
President Donald Trump said Sunday that a program that shields young people brought to the United States illegally from deportation is "probably dead," blaming Democrats for it.
A Michigan pastor whose columns on the intersection of faith and everyday life has argued that hymns like "Onward, Christian Soldiers" should not be removed from hymnals.
Embattled Highpoint Memphis Church Teaching Pastor Andy Savage insisted a woman accusing him of sexually assaulting her as a teenager lied about the nature of their "consensual" encounter as he announced he is taking a leave of absence to allow an independent audit of his ministry Thursday.
The Rev. Dr. William L. "Bill" Bennett, an evangelist and Baptist pastor behind the "Mentoring Men for the Master" ministry, has passed away. He was 93.
Missionary groups taking part in the third annual International Day for the Unreached later this year have warned that "fuzzy thinking," such as misunderstanding what "unreached" people actually means, has become an obstacle in fulfilling the Great Commission.
As Tim Tebow prepares for the annual Night to Shine prom created by his foundation, he's giving fans a glimpse at his level of dedication by sharing a video of him traveling to five different locations in 24 hours.
Zach Williams has been a solo artist in the Christian music industry for less than two years, but he has already accomplished a major feat on the Billboard charts.
Jonathan McReynolds is putting down his guitar to lead church folk in discussions that some might find too taboo for church.
LeToya Luckett-Walker says her stepdaughter, Madison, is proof that God heard the desires of her heart.
"The Crown" on Netflix introduces Queen Elizabeth's Christian faith as well as her close relationship with world renowned evangelist Billy Graham. This article will explore whether or not the portrayal of their friendship is accurate.
Three masked gunmen reportedly shot dead a Coptic Christian man in the latest attack on believers in Egypt's North Sinai. No group has claimed responsibility yet.
Seven Christians have reportedly been arrested and jailed after they were detained while praying on a mountain in Ethiopia's Amhara Region.
Christians from various parts of the world recently detailed for The Christian Post how they, their families, friends and ministries have been persecuted simply because they worship Jesus Christ.
Three Nepalese Christians who shared Christian materials in Shahjahanpur city in India have been arrested and sent to jail after some locals accused them of spreading Christianity and insulting Hindu gods.
An evangelical megachurch was destroyed by Chinese Communist authorities Tuesday in the country's northern Shanxi province, sparking fears among Christians that the persecution they suffer will soon get worse.
An underground church bishop has finally been released after spending seven months detained by Chinese authorities for refusing to sign an agreement with the government.
It's hard to believe there ever was a time in our country when the racist subjugation of one group of people was not considered a grave injustice. Such evil was never because of Christianity but in spite of it. This same error today, I believe, is being made with respect to abortion.
Today we mark the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. His extraordinary importance to America and the world calls us to set aside all other news as we remember his historic life and legacy.
I don't know why this is so difficult. When the president does the right thing, we commend him and encourage him. When he does the wrong thing, with full respect for his office, we express our differences. Is this really so hard?
There is no escaping the realities of life . . . and death, even in a place as beautiful as Hawaii. One day, it will not be a false alarm. Be ready for whatever emergency comes your way. There is no more important thing.
Sadly, too many Trump haters in the media, Hollywood and in politics have not yet accepted the fact that their candidate lost in the 2016 election and that Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States.
On August 28, 1963, the great reformer, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech from the hallowed steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
The language of hope fills the most recent edition to the "Star Wars" saga.
We are here to wade into our mess until that moment, that graceful moment, when we've waded far enough to finally catch a glimpse of what lies on the other side: our true self.
Launched in the beginning of January, "Equity Forward" identifies itself on its online "About Us" page as, a project aiming, "to ensure transparency and accountability among anti-reproductive health groups and individuals who are actively working to deny women access to services."
The term "culture" is a concept that has developed in the last few hundred years as a way to explain different behaviors between groups of people.
Today St. Andrew's is the seat of the Episcopal bishop of Hawaii, but it actually dates to late 1860s when Hawaii's monarchs, King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma, were closely aligned with the British under Queen Victoria.
A tipping point is the critical juncture in evolving developments that leads to a new and, often, irreversible state. We call that new state "the new normal."
"God has always had a people, men that could not be bought and women who were beyond purchase."
It's a tough world in which to be a woman (and please don't say it's not).
Many evangelicals now see that the term "evangelical" is not a reflection of them. A world out of whack is a hard place to live.
If you insist on branding me "Dangerous Dr. Brown," then I will wear the insult with honor, remembering that Paul's accusers called him a plague, an agitator, and a troublemaker (see Acts 24:5).
There has been a massive breakdown in institutional trust in recent decades.
I wish I had done so when our now-adult daughters were teens. Two of our girls experienced sexual harassment at school. Neither were physically assaulted, but both experienced verbal sexual harassment, one by male student and one by a male college professor.
Just as Chip and Joanna were not an "overnight success" but had to learn to persevere, you too must make small steps of progress daily, avoid discouragement and continually ask the Lord for His help
Liberal activist laypeople and clergy have urged the United Methodist Church (UMC) to abandon the denomination's traditional understanding of same-sex unions and homosexual behavior.
What are the keys to a long tenure? I immediately thought of the usual things such as prayer and spiritual vitality, but in truth, I had never thought about what it has taken to plant a church and then lead it for now more than a quarter of a century. That is a long time to lead a single community of faith.
Earlier this month, the Department of Justice announced that it would launch an investigation into Planned Parenthood's involvement in illegally profiting from the transfer of fetal tissue from aborted babies.
A recent national survey conducted by the American Culture & Faith Institute evaluated people's views about abortion from a variety of angles. It did not arrive at the optimistic view that many in the pro-life movement have projected.
The state of Oregon told a pair of bakers to make the cake or eat a ruinous fine. And sadly, a federal court agreed.
Is "evangelical" nearly synonymous with "hypocrite," in particular, because of large-scale evangelical support for President Trump? I would say yes and no.
Homelessness is personal because we share our humanity.
I did an interview with Phil Robertson a few months ago for my radio show, where he commented on a variety of issues from his unique perspective. Here is some of Robertson's wisdom from that interview, on issues ranging from abortion to the true motive of the Las Vegas shooter; from President Trump to religious liberty in our time.
One great way to worsen our already gaping political divisions is to engage in what Internet chatroom denizens call "nutpicking." That is, the deliberate search for the "nuts" on either side of the political aisle to use as unflattering representations of opponents.
The percentage of teenagers that reported ever having engaged in sexual intercourse declined from 46.8 percent to 41.2 percent over a 10-year time period.
Last week I wrote an article sharing why I, as an evangelical Leader in the Middle East, disagree with President's Trump's Jerusalem declaration. I also shared some of my frustration concerning the wider American evangelical support of this decision.