Although not everybody has the luxury of enjoying a summer vacation, the season invariably lends itself to setting aside some time to read a good book. If you’re looking to pick one up, our online resource center is packed with exciting and entertaining titles.
- July 31, 2014 |
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has recently voted to block a pro-life law that would have presented Jackson Women’s Health Organization from providing abortion services.
A recent study from Pew Research finds that the number of fathers who stay at home with their children has nearly doubled since 1989, from 1.1 million to 2 million in 2012.
Canada’s tallest man will be playing the role of Goliath in the upcoming “David and Goliath” movie.
Secretary of State John Kerry has vowed that the United States will continue to call for the release of imprisoned pastor, Saeed Abedini.
House churches in China are growing and spreading in some areas, according to reports.
France has extended asylum to Iraqi Christian refugees who have fled their ISIS persecution.
Israeli rocket fire struck a UN school shelter, killing 15 people and injuring 90, including many children. The school was designated as a shelter for displaced Palestinian families.
Summer is officially here, and along with it traditionally comes a season when many families take time to vacation and be together to rest, regroup and have some fun. I say “traditionally” because such vacations may be becoming increasingly rare.
An Iowa newspaper editor is claiming his former employer fired him because of his biblical beliefs about sexuality.
In the latest effort to curb the rapid expansion Christianity in China, police officers removed crosses from two churches in the coastal province of Zhejiang.
An Iowa man has been terminated from his position as the Editor-in-Chief of the Newton Daily News for writing a personal blog post that stated his religious position.
A Missouri church was shocked to find that a scheduled visit with National Guard members was cancelled to adhere to the military's policy.
Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Monday (July 28) that Turkmenistan has joined the State Department’s list of worst religious freedom offenders.
Marriages that couples can test and deglitch, work out kinks or simply abandon course without consequence make more sense to millennials.
A cross-shaped beam from the wreckage of the World Trade Center can remain on display in the National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum at Ground Zero, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
Pope Francis sought forgiveness for decades of persecution of Italian Pentecostals when he met with around 300 evangelicals from the U.S., Argentina and Italy in the southern town of Caserta on Monday.
The creators of “God’s Not Dead” are now making a movie with a goal of giving “Fifty Shades of Grey” some wholesome competition.
Israel targeted Gaza overnight with the heaviest air raid since the conflict began three weeks ago. At least 60 Palestinians died in the attack.