Vermont became the first state to legalize civil unions 12 years ago, and could become the first state to grant same-sex divorces.
It's true. Occasionally, my wife and I get into it. Figuratively speaking, we kick, punch, claw, wrestle and just plainly get mad. Throughout our marriage, the fighting hasn't gotten better; it's actually intensified. And now here we sit, with a total of 5 kids in our home, and we realize we have a problem. The problem: we aren't fighting enough.
Iran has ordered two of the last officially registered churches holding Friday Farsi-language services -- which attracted many converts -- to discontinue them.
Between now and Easter we will cover many of the places Jesus visited when he was on the earth.
This is not okay. That's obvious. When I watch stories like this, something inside my heart begins to swell. First with anger and confusion, how could this really be happening?!
Give the gift of unconditional love and faithfulness to the women around you.
The Obama administration's proposed budget cancels all federal funding for a popular school choice program in D.C. and abstinence education programs nationwide.
The U.S. Constitution was once a model for other nations when writing or updating their own constitutions, but that influence has declined dramatically around the world.
Of all the things my parents did right, praying for me bubbles to the surface of my memory.
"None of us thought there would be any change after the U.S. troops left. We were totally wrong."
Scholastic Parent & Child have released their list of the "100 Greatest Books for Kids." And with some controversy.
A prominent elder of a Tehran church was arrested at work and is now being detained with no charges or reasons for the arrest given.
As we studied this psalm, I saw how these people pressed forward in spite of their current hardships: they continued planting…because they knew that God would come along at some point and bring harvest to their actions.
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A university student in Tehran was sentenced to one year of deprivation of education for believing in Christianity.
A British High Court justice has triggered dismay and anger with a recent ruling that prayers at town hall meetings are against the law.
Textbooks and media in Turkey vilify followers of Christ, and intolerance continues to remain an "urgent problem."
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Dozens of parents in Tampa protested a public high school's decision to invite a member of the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations to speak.
- February 18, 2012 |