Will 2012 bring more persecution and marginalization for Christians? So far, the signs are not encouraging.
- December 16, 2011 |
I often encounter people who say God is judging America because of this sin or that sin. I always tell them I don’t know if that is true. But I do tell them that I suspect that God would more likely judge this country because of the incredible wealth and influence His people have squandered.
We already knew that teens out-text the rest of us, but this year their mobile data consumption accelerated at an unprecedented rate as well.
The Life Legal Defense Foundation seeks an injunction against the city for forbidding pro-lifers from approaching women outside abortion clinics.
Iraq's small Christian population worries that with U.S. and NATO forces withdrawing, religious persecution will only increase.
Bible resource provider Biblica has a special Bible just for prison inmates this Christmas.
Food ranks high among the many wonderful traditions of Christmas.
Many churches, finding that Christmas falls on a Sunday this year, are choosing to scale back their services or even cancel them in light of the holiday.
Girl Scouts USA's recent revelation that its local chapters sometimes induct transgender children has caused repercussions.
The latest incident comes in the wake of similar attacks on Somalis who have embraced Christ and fled radical Islamists.
I am officially a pacifist on the “war on Christmas”.
Crosswalk sent out a poll regarding voting preferences this week, and the results are in. But the first thing I notice from the survey isn't about politics at all...
Cigarette and alcohol use among teens is at the lowest level in decades, but marijuana use is on the rise, according to the latest "Monitoring the Future" survey conducted by the National Institutes of Health.
Depression and binge eating may go hand in hand among teenage girls as new research shows that teen girls who are depressed are twice as likely to binge eat or overeat.
In another sign of how technology can foster more communication, a new survey in Britain found that one in five parents use tech gadgets to talk to their own children while inside the same home.
North Korea has warned South Korea of "unexpected consequences" if it lights up three giant steel Christmas trees near the border.
Seven former Planned Parenthood employees offered their help to a congressional committee investigating the organization for crimes and misuse of federal funds.