Sometimes the fight means we better be ready to throw the first punch and recognize who we are throwing it against.
- January 29, 2013 |
Two years after the overthrow of former president Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's Islamist president Mohammed Morsi is facing a wave of protests against him and his government.
Can one word from God really make a difference? Before you give up and quit, stop to listen. You may be surprised by what you hear.
The Boy Scouts of America is considering dropping a longtime ban on gay members and discussing whether to allow local organizations to decide their own policy.
An armed Islamic movement calling itself the "Brigade of Muslims" released a statement on Saturday threatening Egypt's Coptic Christians and asking them to pay tribute.
We have an exclusive first look at Saul from The Bible, History Channel’s 10-part miniseries acting out the Bible.
Have you ever thought about adopting, about rescuing a child from a bad situation?
Churches all say the same thing: "We want to reach the world for Christ." Yet most don’t. So where’s the breakdown?
Last week, Atlanta pastor Andy Stanley preached at President Obama's pre-inaugural church service, during which he said the president should be called "pastor in chief" for his leadership following the Newtown shooting. After Stanley's remarks caused a whirlwind of criticism, he responded in an interview with Christianity Today, saying his comments were taken out of context.
Give your burdens to the LORD and he will take care of you. He will not permit the godly to slip and fall. (Psalm 55:22)
What a strong woman can learn from "Blessed are the meek..."
American Christian pastor Saeed Abedini, imprisoned in Iran on charges of evangelizing, was sentenced this morning to eight years in prison.
Protestant Christians and leaders of other faiths in Vietnam are criticizing a new decree on religion that went into effect this year as a significant step backward, with one Christian activist saying it could put an end to the house-church movement.
Too often, pastors and church leaders assume that, when talking about abortion, their invisible debating partner is the “pro-choice” television commentator or politician. Not so.
Our presumption of “okayness” leads to a self-deception that robs us of the joy of our salvation. Besides, our so-called progress isn't as impressive as we think it is.
Georgia megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar avoided a court appearance on charges that he assaulted his 15-year-old daughter last June.
The breakaway Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina has won the latest round in its fight to secede from the national church.
- January 25, 2013 |