Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, the president of the Christian Association of Nigeria, has raised the alarm over silent and unreported killings of Christians in the northern part of the country.
Former Liberian president Charles Taylor was sentenced to 50 years in prison by an international court for aiding "some of the most heinous and brutal [war] crimes recorded in human history."
You think you'll be a pretty good father, right up until the moment you actually become one.
Washington state may already have surpassed Oregon as the leader in legal physician-assisted suicides.
Memorial Day may have marked the unofficial start of summer, but it also kicked off the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers. Given that texting is the communication mode du jour for high schoolers, that extra time on the road often translates into more texting while driving.
The American job market is no place for students as the number of employed high schoolers has hit its lowest level in more than 20 years, according to new figures from the National Center for Education Statistics.
How would you live today if there were no tomorrow?
How should Christians live after we've lost a major cultural battle?
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a measure banning the use of Islamic law in the state.
A Federal Express employee has prevailed in a lawsuit accusing the shipping company of discrimination in failing to accommodate his religious beliefs.
At least 12 people were killed in a 5.8-magnitude earthquake in northern Italy today, nine days after a 6.0-magnitude quake in the same region killed seven.
Barren, unproductive, lifeless believers are either blind or short-sighted, and have clearly forgotten they were ever forgiven for their sins in the first place.
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it said several hundred times. It’s difficult to raise a child these days.
Syria on Sunday strongly denied allegations that its forces killed more than 100 people -- including women and children -- in Houla on Friday.
In pursuing the elusive balanced life, many Christians find themselves pulled between two worlds -- that of their church and that of their home.
All of us know what being tired is like. Kids, work, school, church, and other activities can completely drain us. Tired is one thing. Being weary is different. It's much, much worse.
The light was nothing short of remarkable. No mountains blocked it. No hills kept it from view. I turned a complete 360 and realized that everywhere I looked there was light. And I was stunned...and also hooked on beautiful light.
An 18-year-old boy and 20-year-old girl in Laos were expelled from their home because of their Christian faith.
Too many men say "but I don't know how to be a spiritual leader." But I think we all know one thing we can do... pray with our wives.
- May 28, 2012 |