Islamists appear to have won a narrow victory in the first round of voting on Egypt's constitution, though Egyptian rights groups are charging that there were widespread violations.
Their stories will be told in the coming days, snapshots of innocence lost and lives cut short by the unspeakable and incomprehensible evil at the hands of another human being. We’re saddened and shocked, as well we should be.
Just for fun, I thought it would be good to share 10 favorite quotes from films of the season.
Forget the luxury vacation or the latest electronic gadget. If you want your child to be happy, simply spend time with them. So confirms the Global Kids Happiness Index.
A new poll from the Arab World Research and Development shows that the vast majority of Palestinians believe the best way to handle Israel and achieve independence is armed force.
The brutal and senseless murder of twenty-seven people—including twenty children—at Sandy Hook Elementary has left the nation once again stunned and looking for answers. Beyond the obvious element of evil, we are all wondering, “What can possibly motivate someone to commit these heinous acts of violence?” “Why are such scenes becoming more and more frequent?” And, “What is the cause?”
Teens who are heavily into drinking and smoking pot may show signs of breakdown in the brain's wiring system, a small study suggests.
For Young Adult Women: A Page in my journal...why I am a wretched chick when left up to my own devices. I need Jesus.
An analysis showed that more than 98 percent of Planned Parenthood Action Fund's spending in election races produced the desired result, making Planned Parenthood No. 1 for effectiveness in the 2012 election cycle.
The group American Atheists has put up a billboard in Times Square with an anti-Christian message.
The holidays don't deliver good cheer for everyone.
25 Days of Sharing Jesus with Your World--One post each day in December until Christmas to inspire and encourage you to share the Lord with those around you this Christmas season
The virgin birth of Jesus Christ stands absolutely alone.
I know many of you are wondering how and what to share with your children about this tragedy. Based on my experience as a counselor, as a mother, and as someone who's lived through something similar to what Newtown is just beginning to absorb, here are a few tips for you to ponder.
A teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., reflecting on the carnage and tragedy of one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history, asked the question for the world: “Who would do this to our poor little babies?”
When evil unveils its ugly face, we must turn to God and bare our souls. Each part of this tragedy finds a God standing ready to hear the cries of the grieving.
Have you ever wished that life had a rewind button, one that you could press to run back the tape and edit out something you had done: a thoughtless comment or impetuous act that, whether deliberate or not, was hurtful to someone? I have, for more reasons than I care to admit. But there is one thing that, after decades, haunts me to this day, every time I watch “A Christmas Story.”
O little town of Bethlehem..the least likely place fit for a king. God seems to love the least "likelies" of this world.