Today, 27 million people are enslaved around the world -- more than the sum total of victims during five centuries of European slave trade. What can you do? Read on...
Authorities don't know who abducted two Christian hospital employees, but police suspect Islamic extremists.
Unfortunately, because you have family working in the Church, there is a greater chance you will become bitter at the Church due to circumstances and situations you are put in over the course of your parent's or spouse's employment.
A bill mandating that schools teach abstinence education or nothing at all is one step away from becoming law in Utah.
The missionary miracle you won't believe!
Two college-age pro-life activists were arrested while distributing literature to students on a public sidewalk in front of a high school.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
"If the regime goes, you can forget about Christians in Syria," says one Syrian man.
This campaign has exploded into the international consciousness and is demanding some kind of response. So what do we do?
Focus on the Family's Esther Fleece was recently identified by CNN's Belief Blog as one of the "Five Women to Watch in Religion." Here she reflects on the television program, GCB:
There are few people who know less about music than me, but a recent article in the Wall Street Journal about music and emotion grabbed my attention.
Four presidential candidates will compete for 419 delegates scattered throughout ten separate states today, the greatest concentration of votes in any single day on the primary campaign's calendar.
The father of Jeremiah Small, an American gym teacher shot by one of his students at a private Christian school in Iraq, says he has forgiven his son's killer.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on Wednesday signed into law a bill requiring women to obtain an ultrasound before having an abortion.
So why is it that, I wondered, instead of starting off at the manger, these gospels begin with John the Baptist?
Jesus always gets along well with people who know they need him.
You and me, we know ministry is not a 9-5 kind of job. It will often go home with you and we don't do it for the money. It's stressful, taxing and sometimes there are no end results due to the revolving door of people. There may even be moments when we wish we could just "not care" anymore. It's in our weakest moments that we dream of an "off" switch to the constant need for ministry.
How being dead to rights can lead us to life in grace.