Does God want you to be miserable? Long-term, no. (Read more)
State lawmakers in Tennessee are considering a bill that would protect faith-based organizations on state college campuses from nondiscrimination policies.
Tell us what songs your church is singing!
According to a Gallup survey about religion and church attendance, Mississippi is the most religious U.S. state and Vermont and New Hampshire are the least religious.
I have recently run into another issue that I think is worth mentioning: Conceptions of masculinity… or maybe should say “misconceptions.”
After Khartoum denied that it had bombed civilians earlier this month, Sudanese aerial strikes last week were aimed at church buildings and schools.
A new survey of adoption agencies shows 95 percent of all domestic adoptions are now "open" or "semi-open" -- the birth parents and adoptive parents having at least some level of contact.
Two days after Hillary Clinton expressed optimism in Egypt's "significant progress toward democracy," Islamists asserted control over yet another area of the new government.
Before the railroad, Americans on the move traveled by stagecoach.
The New York Knicks point guard recently shared his Christian faith over lunch with an ESPN employee who was fired for writing a racial slur about Lin in a headline.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
For the first time in almost two years, family members of prominent Chinese Christian lawyer Gao Zhisheng have confirmed he is alive and in good health.
One day we will live in a land where death no longer reigns.
Today is the 224th anniversary of the death of Charles Wesley, one of history’s most well-known and best-loved hymn writers.
Missions is a powerful reminder that the gospel knows no borders and that God will be exalted among the nations.
The recession has caused a decline in church offerings in recent years, but a new study shows that giving to U.S. congregations bounced back in 2011.
Officials in a village in southern Laos arrested and detained five Christians during worship and charged them with leading a religious movement without official approval.