As bells tolled solemnly, Americans marked the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on Wednesday with the reading of the names, moments of silence and serene music that have become tradition.
Islamic extremists from the al Shabaab rebel group are suspected of killing a Christian woman in one town last week and kidnapping a 13-year-old boy from another.
Rebels from the Moro National Liberation Front opened fire in Zamboanga City, southern Philippines, at dawn Monday, killing six people, injuring numerous locals and holding 250 civilians hostage, including a pastor and a local church.
Muslim, ethnic Fulani herdsmen shot five members of a Christian family to death last week, including a 7-year-old boy, and killed another Christian as they fled.
Today marks the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Today, we remember what happened and those who lost their lives. We pray for the families and friends of the victims, whose hearts are undoubtedly hurting today.
Open Doors USA is calling for urgent prayers this week as U.S. leaders meet to talk about a possible attack to punish Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad for allegedly using chemical weapons in the ongoing civil war.
A Christian woman has been raped and brutally murdered in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
Researchers find a strong link between teens exchanging texts about bad behavior and an increase in antisocial and aggressive behavior in teens.
Electronic cigarettes are gaining favor among U.S. teenagers as new data show a recent doubling in usage.
When we discuss the growing trends of young people engaging in the “hookup culture” – casual sex and sexual acts outside of marriage – we often speak of the damage it does to girls. There’s good reason for that, obviously – young women often feel great pressure to go along with certain behaviors and later pay a high price for it in terms of sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy and emotional wounds. But what about the young men? They pay a price, too.
News publication Politico exposes evangelical pragmatism
Teen births have continued to drop, reaching a historic low in 2012 and hitting half of what they were in 1991, according to a new a government report.
A Moroccan Christian man has been jailed for two and a half years and fined for evangelizing.
The San Antonio City Council on Sept. 5 approved changes to the city's nondiscrimination policy, making it illegal to show bias "in word or deed" against anyone in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community.
More than 1,200 people from 44 states gathered this weekend in Nashville for the inaugural meeting of Trail Life USA, a new group that hopes to be a Christian alternative for the Boy Scouts of America.
Thinking, biblical Christians can certainly disagree about Syria. And do. But the foundational consideration is whether war is ever just for those who are called by Scripture to be peacemakers.
Christians in villages on Nigeria's Kaduna/Plateau state border were killed and wounded in an attack by more than a dozen ethnic Fulani Muslims.
There’s a lot of discussion online lately about young people and the Church – their role in it, why they are (or aren’t) leaving the faith and what Church and ministry leaders should do about it.
I wanted to share with you a heartwarming news story this Friday in hopes that it would inspire you to think creatively in how you can bless others.
- September 07, 2013 |
Indonesian pastor Onekesyi Zega and three of his assistants were arrested recently by a district police officer after being accused of baptizing Muslims.
- September 06, 2013 |