The supernatural has become big business in the U.K. in recent years, and it’s a similar story in the United States. It seems our interest in the paranormal knows few bounds.
Members of the Islamist terrorist group al Shabaab, wearing black turbans and carrying grenades and automatic weapons, ordered women, men and children to line up. Those who were Muslims could go, they said, but anyone who was not a Muslim would be executed.
Federal officials have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the government mandate that private companies offer employees birth control coverage despite the business owner's moral objections, with the company at the center of the suit owned by billionaire evangelical Christians.
If you listened to today’s broadcast on the importance of parents encouraging their kids, you may have heard me mention that I keep journals for my boys, Trent and Troy. Since it’s a bit of a passing comment within the broadcast, I want to expand on that remark here in my blog and share with you what my journaling looks like and what motivated me to start.
The Obama administration said this week that same-sex couples "legally married" in one of the few states that offer such marriages now enjoy the same federal rights as other married couples when it comes to pensions, 401(k)s, health plans and other employee benefits.
A U.S. District Court issued a preliminary injunction in early September to a Colorado businessman challenging Obamacare's contraceptive mandate in court.
The man who shot a security guard at the Family Research Council last year has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Henry Blackaby, author of Experiencing God and many other books, is missing.
Take time this week to read and meditate on this wonderful Psalm and all its faith-building statements about God.
Tamar, Rahab, Ruth and Bathsheba
How would you respond to a verbal lashing in a Starbucks drive through? One woman tried something radical: doing what Jesus told us to do.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
We get their calls and emails all the time: people who are going through the unthinkable and reach out to us hoping for hope. It’s never easy to understand why these men and women – often through no fault of their own – are hurting so badly. And, indeed, it’s an age-old question: Why do bad things happen to good people?
Snapchat is attempting to change its reputation from an app for sexting teens to a wholesome service that's fun for the whole family.
A Chinese woman has come forward to say she was forcibly aborted at nine months into her pregnancy in 2011.
Abortion centers throughout the United States are shutting down at an unprecedented rate. The total so far this year is 44, according to a pro-life organization that tracks clinic operations.
Their interview with CNN is just one of the many ways the Warrens are fulfilling their vow to help fight the stigma of mental illness in churches.
It’s clear to me that one of the most prevalent afflictions might be termed a church’s “culture of complacency.” Complacency has to do with self-satisfaction, a sense of contentment regarding the state of things.
Christian women in Pakistan are among the country's poorest and most hated citizens because they are both the "wrong" religion and the "wrong" gender.