Residents trapped in Christian neighborhoods in Syria's bombed-out city of Homs were evacuated last week after an agreement between army and rebel forces.
- July 17, 2012 |
ust when you didn’t think Penn State’s sexual abuse scandal could get any worse, last week’s independent investigation revealed that it’s done just that.
Teens who play on more than one sports team during the year are far less likely to become overweight or obese, a new study suggests.
The bestselling erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey by British author E.L. James may be outpacing the Bible in popularity, as one British hotel manager has decided to replace Gideon Bibles traditionally stocked in guest rooms for copies of the book.
The European Parliament has adopted a resolution strongly condemning forced abortions and sterilizations under China's one-child policy, including the forced abortion at seven months of Feng Jianmei last month in China's Shaanxi Province.
The Obama administration has again circumvented state or local governments to fund the country's leading abortion provider.
Evangelism involves effectively communicating the gospel of Jesus Christ with the goal of seeing an individual come to saving faith in Christ.
God is still working on your teenager!
Reading and Wrestling and Hope for Us All
A Georgia student has lost another round in her battle with Augusta State University over her expulsion from the school's counseling program for saying she disagreed with homosexuality and wanted to work with conversion therapy -- helping clients stop living a gay lifestyle -- after graduation.
Nearly two decades after its founding, the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) announced in July that it will be called the Alliance Defending Freedom.
- July 15, 2012 |
A meme has been circulating in the Christian community for some time now. It’s the curious notion that making judgments about the behaviors and lifestyles of others is unchristian.
- July 14, 2012 |
On June 6 in Assam, India, Hindu extremists demolished three houses belonging to Christians, as well as a place of worship.
- July 14, 2012 |
If God could use 12 men to change the world, surely one generation of truly impassioned, consecrated followers of Christ could change the world too!
Iran's Revolutionary Court recently upheld imprisoned pastor Farshid Fathi's six-year sentence for "political offenses," forcing him to complete a prison term that began more than 18 months ago.
The U.S. military broke with history on June 26, holding its first celebration of homosexuality at the Pentagon.
I can’t think of a better day than Friday the 13th to start praying for a thankful heart.
I appreciate a guy who doesn’t take himself too seriously.
The State Department's top official for Africa this week defended the decision not to designate Boko Haram as a "foreign terrorist organization" (FTO) -- but then used the term "terrorist organization" in reference to the Nigerian Islamist group.