An unregistered house church in Hanoi, Vietnam, was attacked by a gang of men during a Nov. 13 meeting, and twelve were beaten.
The pastors at Meck have recently been wrestling with what, exactly, we are able to do online – and more importantly, should we do all that we’re able?
Sometimes the language of renewal can offer an uncertain sound and a bad theology.
High blood sugar, obesity, poor diet, smoking, little exercise make adolescents unhealthiest in U.S. history.
Ten were killed and more than two dozen injured in a grenade attack on an orphanage in a primarily Christian region in northern Burma.
Anti-Jewish stereotyping never lurks far below the surface -- especially in times of economic suffering or uncertainty.
Israel's first Bible museum will combine exhibits and displays of biblical artifacts.
The late Nobel laureate in economics, Milton Friedman, warned many years ago that the more government does for the family, the less those in the family are likely to do for themselves.
The truth is, we alone are responsible for the content of our souls.
The sultan of Selangor ruled insufficient evidence to prosecute Christians for evangelizing to Muslims at an Aug. 3 church dinner.
As stores up the ante with earlier holiday hours that creep into Thanksgiving night, Black Friday is turning into Black Thursday, and some shoppers and employees aren't happy about it.
Imprisoned Iranian pastor Yousef Nadarkhani has undergone physical and psychological torture while awaiting a decision on his death sentence.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, has broken the records set by the franchise’s previous outing, Call of Duty: Black Ops. The game sold 6.5 million units in North America and the United Kingdom in 24 hours.
Egyptian Coptic Christians living in the U.S. have implored Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to take action against Egypt's Christian persecution.
For years, Brad Wilcox and his colleagues have been studying the positive impact of marriage on the culture.
Following a report about the spread of Christianity among Iranian youth, a government-supported newspaper said that claim was false.
Economic troubles are causing public schools in Georgia to cut Bible classes, five years after the state became the first to allow the controversial elective.
A 125-year-old church is facing demolition despite being government-approved, and members are fighting to save it.
Citing two laws restricting religious freedom, Kazakhstan has closed churches, prayer rooms and mosques in prisons.
Fleeing persecution in the Middle East, more and more Arab Christians and religious minorities are taking refuge in the United States.
- November 14, 2011 |