Gloucester just isn't on the map. Most visitors to this part of England, not far from the border with Wales, instead spend their time in the Cotswolds. They miss out on old pubs, historic buildings and notable churches that line the city's streets.
Luis Javier Ruiz, a survivor of the deadly 2016 Pulse Nightclub shooting, has since walked away from homosexuality and is now sharing advice on what people in the church can do to help the LGBT community find freedom in Jesus, just like he did.
Andrew Palau recently spoke with The Christian Post about the upcoming film "Palau the Movie," where he also shared a health update on his father, world-renowned evangelist Luis Palau.
A new study by the University of Texas at San Antonio has found that people who attend religious services and pray frequently tend to sleep better than their less religious counterparts.
Christian Lesbian rock star Vicky Beeching has said ahead of the publication of her memoir that she has been wanting to join the priesthood of the Church of England, despite once being sexually assaulted by a male priest.
I went on a week-long road trip across England to discover the places the Pilgrims would have known ahead of the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's sailing to the New World in 2020. My last stop, quite fittingly, was Plymouth.
A fire that engulfed an Indiana church last Sunday destroyed nearly everything in the building except for a handful of Bibles that made it out of the inferno unscathed.
Sex with a robot could be bad for you and society, an editorial published by the British Medical Journal has warned.
Cody Downs, a Jasper County Sheriff's Deputy in Texas who ran into a burning house and saved a 3-year-old girl who was trapped inside is thanking God for helping him and the toddler escape the fire alive.
The #MeToo movement is bringing about a radical reconsideration of the sexual revolution and its implications, according to leading female Christian scholars.
Worcester and the surrounding county of Worcestershire are integral parts of the Mayflower story, as the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims departing England aboard the Mayflower approaches in 2020.
Actor Nick Loeb, co-producer of the upcoming film "Roe v. Wade" with Jon Voight, said Facebook has been blocking him and Dr. Alveda King from promoting their pro-life film.
A homeless Jesus statue came to the rescue on Monday by stopping a barreling truck from plowing into other cars and pedestrians as the driver was unable to bring the vehicle to a stop at a red light.
12 Principles on Sharing Faith: When Christians Disagreed, It Took Them 5 Years to Produce This List
When a large inter-religious group of faith leaders came together years ago to come up with guidance about how believers should conduct themselves when ministering to others in a global context, they realized one major problem — the Christians were unable to agree even among themselves on what the rules should be.
Jentezen Franklin, senior pastor of Free Chapel, and the Los Angeles Dream Center commemorated Memorial Day with the opening of a Women Veterans Home in California to equip them with skills necessary to transition back into civilian life.
I'm in the historic English city of Lincoln ahead of the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims leaving these shores on the Mayflower.
Woman Whose Google Anti-Abortion Talk Went Viral Says Christians Must Pray Before Confronting Culture
A pro-life speaker whose talk about abortion at Google's headquarters went viral, is urging Christians to think deeply and not skip deliberate prayer before confronting cultural evils. Such is the approach of Jesus, she argued.
In two years time the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims landing in New England will be celebrated on both sides of the Atlantic. Ahead of this anniversary, I jetsetted to the Old World
This Week in Christian History: John Wesley Rebirth, American Presbyterian Church, Failed End Times Prophecy
Here are just a few things that happened this week, May 20-26, in Church history. They include the first Presbyterian Church General in America, a born again spiritual experience for the founder of Methodism, and Family Radio's failed end times prophecy.
A New Testament scholar is tackling a subject that has confounded sincere Christians across the ages: the identity and function of the third Person of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit. And, he maintains, many Christians in the West remain closed to the Spirit and are hampered by fear when it comes to relating to Him and tapping into his power.
Walking from my car toward the ancient church in the small English village of Hales (population 468) I couldn't help thinking that I had found perhaps the most picture-perfect of all the churches I have ever visited.
The pro-life nonprofit organization Save the Storks has released a powerful Mother's Day campaign video showing pregnant women who are choosing not to abort their unborn babies after receiving free sonograms outside of abortion clinics on Save the Storks busses.
A 13-year-old Alabama boy who miraculously recovered after doctors declared him brain-dead and were set to harvest his organs to donate to five other children, said he was in Heaven walking with Jesus and a sibling who died before he was born.
Songwriter Jonathan Cain of the rock 'n' roll band Journey recently released his memoir, "Don't Stop Believin': The Man, the Band, and the Song That Inspired Generations," and explains why his marriage to Pastor Paula White took his life to the next level.
To effectively combat the "spirit of fear" pushed by Satan in today's chaotic world, Christians must build their "faith muscle" and remember that God is unchanging in both the good and bad times, according to evangelist Christine Caine.
A survivor of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando believes it is time for Christians to exchange "church Christianity" for "lifestyle Christianity," and that the mainstream media narrative about "conversion therapy" amounts to "fake news.
Pastor Michael Webber made national headlines last week when his preaching at a movie theater following a showing of the "Avengers" caused people to run for their lives and led to his arrest on a misdemeanor charge.
It's been controversial for years, though many visitors to the famous cathedrals are used to buying a ticket. Now, the trend toward charging admission is spreading to historic parish churches.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, May 6-12, in Church history. They include the creation of the Southern Baptist Convention, the beginning of a major Medieval church council, and a court decision upholding US diplomatic relations with the Vatican.
A North Carolina teenager with a 4.0 GPA who applied with faith and perseverance to 115 colleges and universities was accepted to all of them except two, earning more than $4.5 million in merit-based scholarships.