International Christian Concern has learned that deadly assaults on Christians at the hands of radical Islamists have continued across Egypt more than nine days after Muslim Brotherhood protests were dispersed last week.
God listens to those who listen to him.
One unarmed woman against a man carrying an AK-47 rifle and 500 rounds of ammo. But what happened next is truly amazing...
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Church can be messy. While leaving might be easier, God calls us to something even better...
Solomon asks, “Why should you be intoxicated, my son, with a forbidden woman and embrace the bosom of an adulteress?” We are called (commanded even) to a different kind of intoxication.
Hundreds of Coptic Christian and Egyptian Americans rallied outside the White House Thursday to express their support for the Egyptian army in its effort to protect people in Egypt from the Muslim Brotherhood.
A recent study found that children ask about 300 questions a day. Often they’re easy ones. But as our children grow and mature, the questions often get tougher.
Seventy-three churches and monasteries, as well as 22 adjunct church service buildings (including orphanages, schools and Bible bookshops), were either partially or totally burned down or damaged.
Messages about skin cancer don't seem to outweigh the desire for a "healthy glow."
An analysis of California’s teen-age graduated driver licensing law (GDL) implemented 15 years ago shows that it has been effective in reducing fatal and injury collisions for novice drivers.
Canadian mother Karla Begley received a vile, anonymous letter from a neighbor who complained about Karla’s autistic son and wished him dead. Thousands have since come out in support of Max and his family, reminding us all of the value of life.
We often talk about the “elephant in the room,” the big issue or obvious topic that screams out to be addressed (and often isn’t). Perhaps we should start with the elephant in our mind.
Another Christian wedding industry business is facing potential legal action over its owners' belief that marriage can only be between a man and a woman.
A Missouri couple filed suit against the Obamacare contraceptive mandate on Aug. 14, claiming the requirement to pay for contraceptives and abortifacient drugs through their health insurance plan violates their religious beliefs.
A new study on the "self-reported sexual behavior" of college students offers some troubling results.
The terrible violence besieging Egypt and the attacks on the nation’s Christian minority are heartbreaking. And in fact, for many of us here at Focus, we’ve been receiving daily updates about the bloody unrest from our friend, Sami Yacoub, who is the regional director of Focus on the Family Middle East, which is actually headquartered in Cairo.
Laughter is good for the soul, especially when the Lord turns our scoffing disbelief to side-splitting joy--even if it means a good laugh at our own old ways of thinking!
- August 21, 2013 |