Never let it be said that one teenager can’t make a difference in the lives of millions of other girls.
Michael Salman, the Phoenix pastor who was fined and sentenced to jail for holding Bible studies in his home, began his 60-day jail sentence July 9 at 10 a.m.
Although dating violence is a recognized problem for U.S. teens, a majority of high school counselors say their school provides no training or guidelines for dealing with abusive romantic relationships, a new study finds.
The 220th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) narrowly passed a resolution Thursday against using corporal punishment on children.
There are many things we don’t know. But this we do know: God is at work, and he has not forgotten us.
The questions a person asks when confronted with the gospel reveals a lot about their readiness for salvation
As an overwhelmed, exhausted, single mother, finding strength may be one of the hardest things you can do.
The economy continues to impact Americans' giving to churches and nonprofit organizations, according to a recent Barna Group survey showing that one-third of those surveyed had reduced the amount they gave to churches in the past three months.
Coordinated attacks against Christian villages in Nigeria's Plateau State this weekend left 58 people dead.
When someone invests time in me, I have a choice.
Holiness and intimacy with Christ come by way of prayer and that holiness is attractive.
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics estimates that youth smoking could be cut by one-fifth by eliminating smoking from PG-13 rated movies.
A Montana judge has ruled that a couple who would have aborted their unborn daughter had they known she had cystic fibrosis can sue their healthcare providers.
A legislative body of the Episcopal Church approved on Saturday a proposal that, if it survives a final vote, would give transgenders the right to become ministers.
bestill2.jpg One of the most difficult things in life is to be still.
GQ Magazine once highlighted the greatest jokes. One was religious in nature.
A recent study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration indicates that kids between the ages of 12 and 17 are most likely to experiment with alcohol, tobacco and marijuana for the first time during the summer months.