Pastor Tim Challies of Grace Fellowship Church in Toronto, Ontario, has said that virtual reality pornography is the "next frontier" in technology, and is warning Christians about its harms.
Ever wanted to become a perfect Christian but never knew how to do so? Well, then have no fear! A popular Christian satire site will tell you exactly how to transform into one guaranteed.
As the United States has by far more deadly shootings occurring in its schools than any other developed nation, many are left wondering if there are elements of today's American society that are partially to blame, or at least play a factor, when it comes to the troubling influx of deadly school massacres.
Barbara Bush's funeral Saturday put the church she attended in the international spotlight. Bush, the wife and mother of presidents, was a cradle Episcopalian.
As the nation grapples to find an explanation for the conditions that give rise to school shooters, mental health experts agree that family dysfunction is one factor in the tide that leads them to strike like the "perfect storm."
Tammie Jo Shults, the pilot who safely landed Southwest flight 1380 after the plane's left engine exploded, is giving "God all the credit" after the frightening incident, according to her Christian friends.
"I should be writing my college essay, not my will." This message was seen on a protest sign held by a student showcasing their frustration with the problem of school violence.
If you "follow" or "like" The Christian Post on Facebook, you will likely only see a small fraction of the news we report in your news feed. Here's what you can do to change that.
Jay and Kateri Schwandt, a devout Catholic couple from Michigan who were still holding onto a glimmer of hope that they would welcome a daughter to their brood of 13 sons with the birth of their newborn, released that hope Wednesday when Kateri gave birth to another boy, named Finley Sheboygan Schwandt.
April is National Sexual Assault Awareness month, as well as National Child Abuse Prevention month — and Shannon Deitz, abuse survivor and founder of Hopeful Hearts Ministry, is using the opportunity to raise awareness and offer a voice for survivors.
Kay Warren, co-founder of Saddleback Church and wife of Pastor Rick Warren, has said that hundreds of anguished people ask her how to deal with mental illness and fears of suicide surrounding their loved ones, five years after her son, Matthew, took his own life.
Lisa Bevere Cautions Christians Using Social Media: Just Because It's Viral Doesn't Mean God Approves
In an era of "fake news," Lisa Bevere encouraged Christians to use social media to promote "truth" rather than "opinion," warning that just because something goes viral doesn't mean it has the approval of God.
Pastor and author Thabiti Anyabwile offered advice for pastors for combating worldliness in the Church during a message delivered at the Together for the Gospel conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
Trinity Church in Bay City, Michigan, is similar to other churches of its era. Built between 1885 and 1887, the limestone and sandstone edifice was designed for the Episcopalian congregation by local architect Philip C. Floeter in the then-fashionable style of Gothic Revival. Today, Trinity would be unusual because as the old adage goes, they just don't build them like this anymore.
Pastor Daniel Ritchie was born without arms and despite growing up being told he was a "hopeless mistake, woefully insufficient and unable to lead a full life," he is using his experiences to glorify God.
Driving the back roads on my way from the quaint Suffolk village of Lavenham to Norwich in the neighboring English county of Norfolk I came across a small and rather unusual countryside church.
New Testament scholar and retired Anglican bishop N.T. "Tom" Wright, 69, has a new book, Paul: A Biography, which aims to help readers wrestling with the words of the Apostle by highlighting his distinctly Jewish roots.
Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship in California recently advised a Christian woman who's in a long-term relationship with a nonbeliever that she should break up with him.
Southern Baptist scholar and author Jonathan Leeman is encouraging Christians to "rethink" the way they engage in the public square and urging them not to lift up certain gifts from God, such as the gift of freedom, higher than God Himself.
A Kentucky couple who divorced after 12 years of marriage in the 1960s will walk down the aisle again for good some 50 years later this month after finding faith and collectively losing several other spouses.
Hank Hanegraaff, host of the "Bible Answer Man" podcast, has tackled a challenging Bible passage posed by a listener who questioned why Jesus initially ignored the mother of a demon-possessed daughter, and even called her a "dog" in the book of Matthew.
This Week in Christian History: Billy Graham's First Sermon, Saddleback Church Founding, Black Church Leader Dies
Here are just a few things that happened this week, March 25-31, in Church history. They include the death of a prominent African-American church leader, the first worship service of Saddleback Church, and Billy Graham's first sermon.
Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter when the Holy Week begins. Here are five facts about the occasion that shed light on its importance in the lives of Christians.
Rural America is full of old churches. Many are little more than a small wooden structure erected by a long-forgotten congregation dating to when towns and villages formed around lumber camps, railroads and mining developments in the 19th century.
Empty churches. One-person congregations. Ministers "dressed up with no one to listen." Is this the stark reality facing Church of England parishes? What is being done to bring the faithful back to the church?
Nick Hall, founder of PULSE, a student-led prayer and evangelism movement, believes a "new generation of Billy Grahams" is on the verge of rising up as the United States continues to experience moral and spiritual decline.
The Case for Christ author Lee Strobel is out with a new book making the case for miracles to an evangelical Christian audience, who is in many ways "embarrassed by the supernatural," he says.
A new children's book by second lady Karen Pence and her daughter, Charlotte, details a day in the life of the vice president, told from the perspective of their pet rabbit, Marlon Bundo.
Of all the theological squabbles that have plagued evangelical Christianity over the years, especially in the West, a particularly profound division centers on the power of the Holy Spirit and the manner in which He is at work today.
Tucked away within the former abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the upscale Parisian neighborhood of the same name is an elaborate monument that is obviously regal in nature.