The details surrounding the Pilgrims were such that they had much to be grateful for. Here is just a sample.
- November 24, 2011 |
Tomorrow’s celebration of Thanksgiving conjures up so many memories for all of us. As I’ve shared in the past, my recollections of the holiday as a child bring with them a mixed bag of emotions.
732 unborn babies were protected from abortion from Sept. 28 to Nov. 6 during pro-life group 40 Days for Life's fall campaign.
Paul Harvey,the late radio legend, shares an essay at the 1978 National F.F.A. (Future Farmers of America) Convention.
Things may be better or worse next year, and they probably will be.
Three house church network leaders seriously injured in a gang beating were finally evacuated to a private hospital far from the attack site.
A post-election poll following the defeat of Mississippi's personhood amendment showed surprising results about why those who voted "no" did so.
The newly built church in Karachi is a testament to the resilience and hope of Pakistani Christians amid persecution.
Parts of Somalia are beginning a slow recovery from famine, but some Somali refugees say they won't return home.
From Ireland to New Zealand, youth are speaking out against abortion.
The Bible says there is no condemnation for those in Christ. Why would we be movitivated by feelings of guilt rather than grace?
Despite Indonesia's movement toward democracy, human rights groups say the country continues to allow the targeting of religious minorities.
I was on a recent flight with our family and encountered something unexpected.
This Thanksgiving think about worshipping God in song
Thousands of Christian refugees are caught in the crossfire of rising tensions between Sudan and the new nation of South Sudan.
The pro-life group that sponsored Mississippi's unsuccessful personhood amendment is working to get a similar measure on Colorado's 2012 ballot.
It is in the act of discussion, suggested the late Christian writer C.S. Lewis, that you rouse the patient's reason. And when such a deliberation is approached thoughtfully and pointedly on a stage, you awaken the senses and stir the hearts of the audience, too.
More than a year after an attack on a Baghdad church left 58 dead, Christians in Iraq's capital say they still fear for their lives.
The truth is that you can’t make progress if you have no idea from where you are starting.
The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations voted Thursday to keep the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom alive until Dec. 16.