A new study shows that kids who go to bed late and rise late are most likely to gain weight.
A New York Times article reveals a new trend in youth culture. Young couples are sharing passwords to email and social media accounts as a display of affection.
Many of us have sat by the side of a dying loved one, trying to bring comfort, trying to help prepare them for their final journey home.
This Sunday, January 22, churches and pro-life organizations around the nation will recognize Sanctity of Human Life Sunday.
Ours is not an easy role to fill. We are not in a fish bowl; we are in a petri dish.
A recent study by the Barna Group found that almost 60 percent of Christian young people ages 15 to 29 have distanced themselves from active involvement in church.
Rick and Kay Warren strongly condemn the AIDS denial of the American Family Association's issues analyst Bryan Fischer
Serious injuries to pedestrians listening to headphones have more than tripled in six years, according to new research.
Attorney General Eric Holder sought repeatedly to fine a pro-life educator and ban her from counseling women on the public sidewalk outside an abortion clinic.
The Supreme Court left in place a federal appeals court ruling that Christian prayers before North Carolina county commission meetings violated the First Amendment.
It has come as kind of a shock to me, now that I am a pastor and preaching on a regular basis, that the vast majority of the sermons I preach will be rather ordinary.
Not every film about faith is worth seeing, but when faith is present in a film it both sparks conversations and is there because conversations are already happening.
The use of sharia -- Islamic law -- is growing in Britain, with thousands of Muslims using it to settle family, financial and commercial disputes each year.
Teenage girls who are overweight or obese are significantly more likely to develop acne than their normal-weight peers, a new Norwegian survey suggests.
Why my daily quiet times are a non-negotiable priority: I have seen how that daily investment—a daily piece of Sabbath in the mundane and the chaotic—can bring life back to a deadened heart.
Newly elected members of Egypt's parliament announced this week a power-sharing plan to install a Muslim Brotherhood leader as speaker.
There wasn't a lot of celebrating Saturday night in our home state of Colorado, but there was definitely – as Luke 15:7 promises – "rejoicing in heaven." Our beloved Denver Broncos lost a heartbreaker to the New England Patriots, but that result is really inconsequential when souls are won for Christ.