Michigan pastor Scott Blanchard is not an ordinary church leader. Although he had a strong desire as a kid to become a minister after accepting Christ at the age of 7, the obstacles he faced along the way were unlike those faced by the average pastor.
Theologians and other Christian writers are weighing in on the phenomenon of Canadian psychologist and professor Jordan Peterson, whose influence among young men continues to grow.
Medical professionals are voicing concern about a growing trend of patients seeking cosmetic surgery simply to look more like the filtered pictures they post on social media.
After growing up in an intensely abusive household and later suffering from the results of that treatment, Rick found Jesus — and his life was never the same.
Not every church I visit is a famous cathedral. In fact, sometimes I find the most interesting churches to visit are the thousands of parish churches across England.
You might not think of Duluth as a destination, but it's one place you should add to your list if only because hipster gentrification hasn't yet reached this Rust Belt city in northern Minnesota.
Women who were conceived with donor eggs and sperm are speaking about their journey and shock of finding out their biological parents are not who they thought they were.
An outspoken Christian mom vlogger and conservative activist is slamming SELF magazine for its article advising women about what music to listen to while undergoing abortions.
Autumn Miles took her husband's abuse to their church. Miles feared for her safety — and her life — so she filed for divorce. Her church responded by kicking her out.
Parental rights are increasingly intersecting with religious freedom, particularly the right to direct the education of ones children, defenders of religious freedom say, as the U.S. government emphasized international religious freedom last week.
In pursuit of being able to drink the best kind of water they can on a regular basis, people have taken to purchasing all kinds of bottled water and using filters, but some experts say that tap water is just as good.
Researchers are looking into a possible link between what people eat and their mental health, and a new study set to be released next month might shed light on what types of food could help people who suffer from anxiety and depression.
Turning vacant parking lots into parks can have a positive impact on the mental health of residents living nearby, according to a new study.
A person's ideal time for exercising depends on why they are working out in the first place.
Chick-fil-A, the fast food chain that has its roots firmly planted in the state of Georgia, is now planning to spread its wings and venture into international territory.
Uber riders could be on the receiving end of a higher-than-expected bill, and the reason for it could be a scam that's starting to get more publicity.
This Friday's lunar eclipse will result in the emergence of a Blood Moon, and it's expected to remain visible in the sky for an extended amount of time.
Facing the possibility of spending two years in prison for "infiltrating" the 2016 Toronto Pride Parade and passing out over 3,000 flyers detailing the health consequences of homosexuality, Canadian Bill Whatcott is quick to admit that he, too, is a sinner in need of repentance.
Hawaii's history and culture is among the richest of any of the U.S. states.
A video of a flash mob performance by 60 professional a capella gospel singers from around the world inside a Chick-fil-A in Nashville, Tennessee, has gone viral with more than 13 million views on Facebook.
When Eliora "Ellie" Schneider was born on June 27, 2017, she wasn't expected to live. She weighed less than a pound and was about the size of a soda can.
Out-of-pocket medical expenses in particular could become very costly for retirees, according to a new report from the Vanguard Group.
$3 Million Donation Covers Tuition for University of Houston's College of Medicine's Inaugural Class
A $3 million gift from an anonymous donor means the inaugural class for University of Houston's College of Medicine will not have to worry about paying their tuition.
Chick-fil-A's Cow Calendars are going away at the end of the year.
Free food and drinks are going to be provided by McDonald's to customers who start making purchases using their mobile app.
Rising temperatures are continuing to adversely affect many people in different parts of the world, but beyond the heat, there are other factors that contribute significantly to raising the risk of fatalities in the midst of a heat wave.
Mattress Firm and Simba are currently on the lookout for individuals who are willing to be paid for sleeping on the job.
A new study has revealed that internet filters, designed to protect young people from seeing sexually explicit material, don't really work.
The twin forces of secularism and distracting technologies present challenges to sharing the Gospel, Alan Noble writes in Disruptive Witness: Speaking Truth in a Distracted Age.
A survivor of the Orlando Pulse nightclub mass shooting is recounting the trauma of that night and how God used it to bring about his repentance and why he now says he is no longer gay.