A new survey by the Christian humanitarian charity Tearfund has found that one in five adults in Britain pray regularly, and that number is more than double the amount of people who go to church regularly.
Former ESPN producer Jason Romano reveals how his Christian faith led him to forgive his dad after years of alcoholism and chaos — and he offers some much-needed guidance for anyone else struggling with a loved one who has caused pain.
HGTV's Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are being irresponsible, a feminist argued, since having "too many" children threatens the planet. And though population control is tied to troubling things, it is worth revisiting, she suggested.
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.
When we're in love with Jesus, the things we do for him become a wild, fun adventure. Hard times become bearable because the one we cling to is the one who matters. If everything we've worked for crashes down around us, our identity doesn't crash down with it. Because the one we need, love and find our purpose and hope in, never fails. He is steady, constant, unchanging, true.
I love that God values rest and I love that we can value it too. Sometimes I think we are afraid of the silence because we get our value from the busyness. God loves us enough to value us even when there's silence and no activity.
Evidence continues to mount that the world's most powerful search engine is deliberately manipulating search results they deem objectionable by providing sketchy fact-check reviews of conservative websites while leaving liberal sites untouched.
Some people teach that the Church should prepare for trouble to survive the tribulation that is soon to come.
The meek, the humble ones, understand their complete need of God for everything and in everything. Their humility is honesty that leads to faith.
When God's strength shines through us, it invites others to ask, "What's inside?"
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.
"What was the world like before Jesus? Was that a great world?"
A rising number of influential voices are sounding the alarm about the dangers of smartphone technology, as major investors in Apple urge the company to address the public health crisis of youth phone addiction.
In his new book, How to Guarantee Your Children Will Go to Heaven, youth pastor and Christian comedian the Rev. Jamar Haynes Lee says he was given a message by God to show Christians how they can guarantee their children make it to heaven.
Sarah Silverman's kind response and subsequent offer to pay for physical therapy of a man who called her a derogatory, sexist slur is making waves on the Internet.
Ignoring the theological debate over these controversies, there is no question that St. John the Divine is worth a visit the next time you are in New York.
A Connecticut woman who was stricken with an aggressive form of breast cancer died just hours after she got married while attached to a hospital bed. The wedding photos have since gone viral.
With the start of the new year, Christian leaders have released messages in hopes of helping believers of Jesus have a meaningful and purposeful 2018.
There was arguably no religious demographic that made more headlines in the United States in 2017 than evangelicals. Here's a look at seven evangelicals who made an impact in 2017.
This Week in Christian History: A Reformer Is Born, Vatican Encyclical on Birth Control, and Thomas Jefferson
Christianity is a faith with a long and detailed history, with numerous events of lasting significance occurring throughout the ages.
Once one develops an appreciation for the history and architecture of old churches it can become a time consuming hobby — one that many of your friends will never understand.
This year, there were several milestone anniversaries for evangelical Protestants, Roman Catholics and Jews.
Feminism, in all of its forms since the sexual revolution of the 1960s, hasn't liberated women but has instead attempted to eradicate the nature of womanhood in favor of a type of androgyny in which women function more like men, says Julie Roys, author of "Redeeming the Feminine Soul: God's Surprising Vision for Womanhood."
As a child, Lauren Green McAfee remembers waking up each day before the sun rose to learn math from her dad before he left for work at 7 a.m. And every time she entered his study, he would always be reading his Bible.
The Christian Post looked back at this year's stories and compiled the most popular ones by number of views.
2017 saw the passing of many Christian leaders and figures. Some of them were controversial, others were more widely acclaimed.
Christmas is celebrated by Christians in different ways around the world — some honor the birth of Jesus Christ on different dates; some observe the holiday by featuring giant Christmas trees, markets, and Nativity plays; while others are forced to celebrate in the deep secrecy under the most oppressive regimes.
It was a few days before Christmas and I found myself in the heart of Manhattan along New York's famous 5th Avenue.
Hollywood Pastor Julia Veach on Developing Strong Faith in Hard Times, Using Encouragement to Help Women
Julia Veach, the wife of best-selling author and popular millennial Pastor Chad Veach, is sharing her inspirational story of faith as the mother of a child living with a debilitating brain disorder, and a role model to young celebrities in Hollywood.
A new daily devotional book from Tim Keller, one of the most esteemed pastors in the United States, draws upon the book of Proverbs to help Christians navigate life with God's wisdom.